Capt. William Neal Brown
CAPT. WILLIAM NEAL BROWN, TUCKEGEE AIRMEN RELAXING WITH A FEMALE FRIEND, WORLD WAR II (c. LAWRENCE E. WALKER FOUNDATION)
TIMELINE OF WILLIAM NEAL BROWN, Ph.D.: Biography
1941 â€“ Attended Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA., BS, English
and Physical Education.
1942-1946 â€“ His military service background was a member with the
Tuskegee Airmen, 477th Bombardment Group as
Captain, US Army-Air Force Information â€“ Education
1946 â€“ 1950 â€“ Dr. Brown, teaching experience was at the Social
Service Federation of Englewood, New Jersey.
1950 â€“ Attended Columbia University School of Social Work,
MSW, in Social Work.
1952-1956 â€“ Dr. Brown, teaching experience was at the Veterans
Administration, Newark, New Jersey. Where he
counseled Veterans On medical, emotional and social
problems such as jobs and housing. He also supervised
students from Rutgers and Columbia Universities.
1956-1961 â€“ Dr. Brown, teaching experience was at Rutgers
University the State University of New Jersey where
he was an Assistant Professor, In the School of
1961-1972 â€“ *His teaching experience at Rutgers University the
State University as Associate Professor, in the
School of Social Work. Special Event â€“ Debated
Malcolm X on the subject of Separation or
1964 â€“ Was appointed to Police Training Commission, at New Jersey
Department of Law & Public Safety.
1965 â€“ On September 1965-May 1966 his special assignment was a
visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin and
taught Human Growth & Development.
1966 â€“ Was appointed New Jersey Commission to Study the Cause
and Prevention of Crime. The summers of 1966-1974 was a
visiting Professor at the University of Pittsburgh and
taught Human Growth & Development. Visiting Professor at
Cornell University and taught Human Growth & Development.
1967 â€“ He was honored and listed in Whoâ€™s Who in the East.
1969 â€“ Attended City University of New York, New York City.
PhD, in Human Growth & Development. That year Dr. Brown
was awarded and selected by the North and South Jersey
Chapters of The NASW as Social Worker of the Year.
1972-1989 â€“ Teaching experience was at Rutgers University the
State University of New Jersey. Professor Emeritus, the
School of Social Work Rutgers. His primary duties
involved classroom instruction in the Direct Practice
Sequence. Planned and implemented courses and skill
experiences in individual and group intervention and
family therapy. Served as liaison between the school and
six fields practice agencies as well as Student
1989-Present â€“ Professor Emeritus, at the School of Social Work
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
1993 â€“ Was a visiting Lecturer at Hebrew University, Jerusalem in
Lectured on the American Social Security System.
PUBLICATIONS: â€œReviving a Dean Taleâ€ Virginia Teachers Bulletin,
1942. â€œCommunity Needs and Programming in Rehabilitationâ€
The Seer, June, 1962 â€œThese People. . . Who Are They?â€
Washington, Brookings Institute, 1962. â€œFactors Affecting
Public Acceptance of Extension Activitiesâ€ University
Extension Bulletin No. 2, Rutgers â€“ The State University
of New Jersey, 1963. â€œCo-ops Are for Fathers Tooâ€
Baltimore, The Parent Cooperative, Winter 1964.
â€œSupervision of Home Teachers for the Blindâ€ New York,
The American Foundation for the Blind, 1966. â€œAlienated
Youthâ€ Mental Hygiene, Vol. 52, No. 3, July, 1968.
(Reprinted in the Vietnam Veteran, Washington, D.C., The
Veterans Administration. 1970; and in Kogan, Benjamin A.,
Readings in Health Science, New York, Harourt Brace
Jovanovich, Inc., 1971). â€œUnderstanding and Working with
Alienated and Rebellious Youthâ€ in Strean, Herbert S.
(Ed.), New Approaches in child Guidance, Metuchen,
New Jersey, the Scarecrow Press, 1970. â€œCommunication
Theory and Social Caseworkâ€ in Strean, Herbert S. (Ed.).
Social Casework: Theories in Action, Metuchen, New Jersey,
The Scarecrow Press, 1971. â€œThe Social Worker in the
School as an Agent of Changeâ€ Frernden, Wm. E., Jr. and
Donald C. Van Handel (Eds.), The Handbook of School Social
Work, Linden, New Jersey, Remediation Associates, Inc.,
1974.Â (c. Lawrence E. Walker Foundation Collection)