Office: CHHS 487
Office: CHHS 487
2016 – PhD – Boston College
2013 – MSW – Boston College
2011 – MEd – University of Notre Dame
2009 – BA – University of Notre Dame
Drew Reynolds, PhD, MSW, MEd, is an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina Charlotte School of Social Work. He researches the intersection of schools and homelessness, social and emotional learning, and school-based interventions for Latinx, immigrant, and refugee children. He has previously worked in a variety of youth and educational settings as a high school teacher, instructional designer, mentor, counselor, and coach. Dr. Reynolds teaches foundations and elective courses in the MSW sequence and has taught in hybrid/online spaces.
Reynolds, A. D., Hasson, R. G., & Crea, T. M. (2018). Testing the “overburdening” hypothesis: Do work and school attendance together place youth transitioning from care at risk for negative housing outcomes? Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 279–286.
Reynolds, A. D., Crea, T.M. (2017). The integration of immigrant youth in schools and friendship networks. Population Research and Policy Review. 36(4), 501-529.
Reynolds, A. D., Crea, T. M. (2015). Peer influence processes for youth delinquency and depression. Journal of Adolescence, 43, 83-95.
Reynolds, A. D., Crea, T. M., Medina, F. J., Degnan, E., & McRoy, R. (2015). A mixed-methods case study of parent involvement in an urban high school serving minority students. Urban Education, 50(6), 750–755.
Reynolds, A. D.,& Crea, T. M. (2014). Household stress and adolescent behaviors in urban families: The mediating roles of parent mental health and social supports. Child & Family Social Work.