Dr. Peggy Weber

Dr. Peggy Weber
Assc Dean COHHS Stu Comm Relat
Dean's Office (HHS)
Health and Human Services, College of
401 N. 4th Street
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Dr. Weber has been employed as a social worker since 1981. Her experiences include medical social work (home health, extended care, hospital, hospice, nephrology), case management (Federal Bureau of Prison, social welfare), and clinical social work (Indiana Department of Corrections, clinical services). Dr. Weber continues to work as a clinical social worker.

She has been employed full time at Indiana State University since 1999. Dr. Weber served in the Department of Social Work at Indiana State from 1999 until 2014 at which time she moved into the Associate Dean position (Students and Community Relations) for the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services. 

Field Practicum & Seminar II (2000 – 2012)
Field Practicum & Seminar I (2000 – 2011)
Generalist Social Work Practice I & Field Practicum (2000 – 2012)
Writing Seminar for Social Work Students (2009 – 2012)
Introduction to the Fields of Social Welfare & Social Work (1999 – 2008)
Social Work Learning Community Experience (2008)
Human Behavior in the Social Environment (2000 – 2004)
Human Development & Ecological Systems (1999)

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (Social Work) – August 5, 2005, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Master of Social Work (MSW) Degree – May 10, 1987, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana

Master of Science Degree (Gerontology) – August 20, 1982​​, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana

Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work – May 10, 1981, St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana

Diachek, T. P., Lugar, R. R., Shadsky, O. G., & Weber, P. C. (2005). Long distance course for future social workers: From a collaboration between Russian and American university. Effective Technologies in Professional Education, 337-345.

Weber, P. C. (2005). The effect of therapeutic horseback on self-esteem of children with a disability (doctoral dissertation, University of Utah, 2005). Dissertation Abstracts International, A 66/05, 1962. (AAT No. 3176972)

Lugar, R. R., & Weber, P. C. (2004). Qualities necessary to succeed as a social worker in the United States. Professional and Personal Qualities of Professionals in the Social Service Sphere as a Part of Social Education, 15-18. 

Weber, P., & Lugar, R. (2004). Home health care policy and recommendations for change: A social work perspective. The Social Policy Journal, 3(2), 5-18.

Weber, P., & Lugar, R. (2002-2003). International perspective: An American-Russian collaboration. Teaching and Learning at Indiana State University, 1, 20-22.

Lugar, R., & Weber, P. (2002). Cultivating leadership in social work education for the needs of the 21st century. Modern Technologies Used in Social Work and in Training Specialists at a University, Tambov, Russia, 48-57.

Lugar, R., & Weber, P. (2002). Strategic planning in the social work department. Modern Technologies Used in Social Work and in Training Specialists at a University, Tambov, Russia, 25-36.

Glassburn, S., Kluemper, T., & Weber, P. (1998, October). The Critical Role of Social Work in Risk Management. Caring Magazine, 17, 44-47.

Mental Wellness, Indiana State University College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services and Hamilton Center, Inc., Terre Haute, Indiana, 2014 - Present

Hamilton Center, Inc. Learning Panel Member, Terre Haute, Indiana, August 2002 – August 2014

Indiana Department of Child Services, Terre Haute, Indiana           

                                    Region 8 Service Council meeting attendee,  2006 – August 2014

                                    Public Hearing: Child Protection Service Plan/Biennial Regional Services Strategic Plan, September 23, 2009

                                    Mini-quality service review team, Region 8, 2012; September 16-17, 2009

                                    Grand Round wrap-up, October 10, 2008

Soup Bowl Benefit Volunteer at Maryland Community Church to benefit Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank, Terre Haute, Indiana, February 1, 2014

Health Fair sponsored by the Terre Haute Chapter of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin and the Union Hospital Foundation. Landsbaum Center, Terre Haute, Indiana, September 10, 2011

Emergency Management Services. Provided assistance (hydration) to police and canine officers who attended the funeral for Officer Brent D. Long. Terre Haute, Indiana, July 18, 2011

Lighthouse Mission volunteer, Terre Haute, Indiana with NASW IN Chapter Region 9, September 21, 2009

Rural Health Innovation Collaborative (RHIC) public health assessment for Vigo County, Landsbaum Center, Terre Haute, Indiana, August 14, 2009​