Kimberly Livingstone, MSW, MPhil
Instructor of Social Work, Health and Human Enrichment Cluster
BA: Bates College, Lewiston, ME; MSW: Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College, CUNY;
PhD Candidate: Social Welfare, CUNY
Office: Samuel Read Hall 228; Phone: (603) 535-2528
Office Hours: Spring 2019-T/R: 12:30-2:00 PM and by appointment
About Kimberly Livingstone
Professor Livingstone moved to New Hampshire from New York City. Prior to teaching, she worked in homeless services and program management. Most recently, she was the director of a permanent supportive housing program for people with histories of homelessness and severe mental illness in New York City.
Her areas of scholarship include homeless service-users’ experiences and evidence-based service models, like Critical Time Intervention and Housing First. She has recently become involved in a project with North Country Health Consortium in their efforts to roll out Critical Time Intervention programs across New Hampshire.
Professor Livingstone has taught several courses as an adjunct instructor in the MSW program at Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.
SW3450-Social Welfare Policy and Services
SW3660-Human Behavior and Social Environment
SW4020-Social Work Research Methods
SW4550-Social Work Integrative Seminar
First Year Seminar