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Eydie Shypulski

Job Titles

  • Department Chair, Associate Professor of Social Work
    Social Work , College of Arts and Sciences
  • Associate Professor of Social Work
    Social Work (M.S.W.), Graduate School

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Dr. Eydie Dyke-Shypulski (LICSW) is the chair of the social work department at Bethel University, program director and associate professor.

Started at Bethel

2015

Education

  • Asbury University - B.A. in English Literature, 1987
  • St. Louis University - M.S.W. in Community , 1997
  • Bethel Seminary - D.Min. in Global and Contextual Studies, 2017

Biography

Dr. Eydie Dyke-Shypulski (LICSW) is the chair of the social work department at Bethel University, program director and associate professor. She holds a B.A. in English Literature from Asbury University, an MSW from St. Louis University and a doctorate in global and contextual studies from Bethel Seminary. Her practice experience includes work with people experiencing co-occuring medical and mental health diagnoses, houselessness, refugees, veterans, children and families, substance abuse and domestic violence. Her research interests include the intersections of environmental justice, neoliberalism, social and economic ethics. Eydie has studied and lived abroad in France, Belgium, Moscow, Palestine, Israel, Sudan, Malaysia and India. Together with her husband Michael, she serves on the National Ski Patrol. They have five children and six dogs.

Courses Taught

CLASSES TAUGHT:

SOW 200z Introduction to Social Work (Fall 2015, Spring 2015, Spring 2016)

SOW 304 Social Work Practice I (Fall 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)

SOW 351 Applied Methods of Social Research (Fall 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)

SOW 305 Social Policy (Spring 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

SOW 330 Social Work Field Experience I (Spring 2016)

SOW331 Social Work Field Experience II (Spring 2016)

SOW499 Senior Seminar (Spring 2019, 2020)

SOW307z Intentional Urban Living (Fall 2019)

HUSE320 Social Change and Advocacy (Fall 2019)

Awards

Dissertation with Distinction

U.S. Coast Guard Award for Bravery

Presentations

Shypulski, E., Zalanga, S. (2020) Juxtaposing Hayekian Social and Economic Ethics with the Christian Struggle for Social Justice: Lessons and Insights for Social Work Education and Practice. Peer reviewed presentation at the National American Association of Christian Social Workers (NACSW). Washington, DC.

Shypulski, E., Davis, H., Shepard, M., Grussing, G. (2020) National Environmental Justice and Health Disparities Conference 2020. Washgingon, DC.

Shypulski, E., Zalanga, S. (2019) Neoliberal Philosophy, Global Trends, and Social Work Education. Peer reviewed presentation at the National Council of Social Work Education Conference (CSWE/ APM). Denver, CO.

Shypulski, E. Zalanga, S. (2019) Neoliberal Philosophy, Global Trends and Social Work Practice. Peer reviewed presentation at the National American Association of Christian Social Workers (NACSW). Indianapolis, IN.

Shypulski, E., (2018). Examining the Intersections of Social Justice, Moral Development and Theology. Peer reviewed presentation at the North American Association of Christian Social Workers (NACSW). Hartford, CT.

Shypulski, E., (2017). The Crucible of Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy: Examining the Intersections of Social Justice, Moral Development and Theology. Presented at the Bethel University Colloquium. Saint Paul, MN.

 

State Peer Reviewed Conferences

Shypulski, E. (2020) Guiding Student Research to Advance Environmental Justice: Examining Urban Green Strategies to Address Environmental Health Disparities through a Case Exploration of Land Bridges and Gentrification. Peer reviewed presentation at the Minnesota Conference of Social Work Education (MCSWE). Duluth, Minnesota USA

Shypulski, E. (2020) Neoliberal Philosophy, Global Trends, and Social Work Education. Peer reviewed presentation at the Minnesota Conference of Social Work Education (MCSWE). Duluth, Minnesota USA

Certificates and Licenses

LICSW

Outdoor Emergency Technician (OEC)

National Ski Patrol (NSP)

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

NASW

Hobbies and Interests

Skiing, exploring, camping, kayaking, paddleboarding, biking, dog sledding, playing the piano, making music, laughing.