B.A., M.A., University of Massachusettts Boston
Ph.D., Brandeis University
Magueye Seck holds a bachelor degree in economics and a master's degree in applied sociology from the University of Massachusetts-Boston, and a doctoral degree in social policy from Brandeis University. His dissertation is titled: "Substance Abuse Among Men Who Batter Their Mates: An Evaluation of the Clients' Behavior While in Treatment for Battering."
Dr. Seck served as the president of Emerge in Cambridge, a counseling agency for abusive men to curb violence against women. He also served for four years as Research Evaluation Specialist for the Massachusetts Department of Social Services. Dr. Seck was a Program Evaluator for the Department of Health and Hospitals in Boston and also a senior Program Associate at Boston University Center for International Health. Dr. Seck is the founder and moderator of the Annual Cheikh Anta Diop Round Table at Curry College. In 2006, Dr. Seck was a Fulbright Professor at the Université Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis, Senegal, his native island, where he taught in French the theory and analysis of social policy, theory of violence, and theory of social justice. As a Fulbright professor, he organized the first international conference on "Emigration, Globalization, and Changes," Dr. Seck has a special interest in violence, social justice, and social policy.
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Name: Magueye Seck
Department: Criminal Justice and Sociology
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