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Shane Whalley


Associate FacultyMasters in Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin

Lecturer

Contact

  • Phone: 512-471-9600
  • Office: School of Social Work Building: 3.104A (only during office hours)
  • Office Hours: Tuesdays: 4:30 to 5:30 pm
  • Campus Mail Code: A4400

Biography


Shane Whalley, LMSW, is the Peer Support Unit Manager of Via Hope.  Shane’s experience is as an educator, program developer and mentor in variety of areas, using social justice frameworks as hir guide.  Shane has hir Master’s in Social Work from The University of Texas at Austin and since graduating has been an Adjunct Faculty member of the school.  Shane has worked as a therapist at Waterloo Counseling, Clinical Director of Out Youth, and the Education Coordinator of the Gender and Sexuality Center at UT.  As the Education Coordinator Shane developed a peer education program where students used monologues as a way to start conversations about LGBTQ topics.  Shane has a passion for making society a more equitable place for all people.

 

Courses


WGS 345 • Confronting Lgbtq Oppression

47865 • Fall 2014
Meets W 5:30PM-8:30PM SSW 2.118
(also listed as S W 360K)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer  (LGBTQ) people on the UT campus and beyond face many challenges due to homophobia, heterosexism, biphobia, and transphobia. Education and awareness are the first steps in combating hate and discrimination. This course will serve as a way for students in the program to use the information and skills learned in the first course across campus.  Students will continue to fine tune their facilitation skills and continue learning about LGBTQ people on the UT campus and beyond.

WGS 345 • Lgbtq Oppressn: Facilit Dialog

48070 • Spring 2014
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.112
(also listed as S W 360K)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer  (LGBTQ) people on the UT campus and beyond face many challenges due to homophobia, heterosexism, biphobia, and transphobia. Education and awareness are the first steps in combating hate and discrimination.  This course is the second part of the “Peers for Pride” facilitation program.  This course will serve as a way for students in the program to use the information and skills learned in the first course across campus.  Students will continue to fine tune their facilitation skills and continue learning about LGBTQ people on the UT campus and beyond.

WGS 345 • Confronting Lgbtq Oppression

47820 • Fall 2013
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.116
(also listed as S W 360K)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer  (LGBTQ) people on the UT campus and beyond face many challenges due to homophobia, heterosexism, biphobia, and transphobia. Education and awareness are the first steps in combating hate and discrimination. This course will serve as a way for students in the program to use the information and skills learned in the first course across campus.  Students will continue to fine tune their facilitation skills and continue learning about LGBTQ people on the UT campus and beyond.

 

WGS 345 • Lgbtq Oppressn: Facilit Dialog

47355 • Spring 2013
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.112
(also listed as S W 360K)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer  (LGBTQ) people on the UT campus and beyond face many challenges due to homophobia, heterosexism, biphobia, and transphobia. Education and awareness are the first steps in combating hate and discrimination.  This course is the second part of the “Peers for Pride” facilitation program.  This course will serve as a way for students in the program to use the information and skills learned in the first course across campus.  Students will continue to fine tune their facilitation skills and continue learning about LGBTQ people on the UT campus and beyond.

WGS 345 • Confronting Lgbtq Oppression

47115 • Fall 2012
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.112
(also listed as S W 360K)

A tutorial and seminar course designed to enable each student to undertake intensive study of selected aspects of social welfare practice. Topics include child abuse and neglect, chemical dependency, African American family, gerontology, and social work and the law.

WGS 345 • Confronting Lgbtq Oppression

47005 • Fall 2011
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.112
(also listed as S W 360K)

A tutorial and seminar course designed to enable each student to undertake intensive study of selected aspects of social welfare practice. Topics include child abuse and neglect, chemical dependency, African American family, gerontology, and social work and the law.

WGS 345 • Lgbtq Oppressn: Facilit Dialog

47730 • Spring 2011
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.112
(also listed as S W 360K)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer  (LGBTQ) people on the UT campus and beyond face many challenges due to homophobia, heterosexism, biphobia, and transphobia. Education and awareness are the first steps in combating hate and discrimination.  This course is the second part of the “Peers for Pride” facilitation program.  This course will serve as a way for students in the program to use the information and skills learned in the first course across campus.  Students will continue to fine tune their facilitation skills and continue learning about LGBTQ people on the UT campus and beyond.

WGS 345 • Confronting Lgbtq Oppression

47115 • Fall 2010
Meets F 11:30AM-2:30PM SSW 2.112
(also listed as S W 360K)

A tutorial and seminar course designed to enable each student to undertake intensive study of selected aspects of social welfare practice. Topics include child abuse and neglect, chemical dependency, African American family, gerontology, and social work and the law.

Prerequisite: Varies with the topic and is given in the Course Schedule.

Course number may be repeated for credit when the topics vary.

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