Jeanne C. Marsh, PhD
Inducted in 2010
Current PositionGeorge Herbert Jones Distinguished Service Professor in the School of Social Service Administration,
Director of the Center for Health Administration Studies, University of Chicago
EducationBA, Michigan State University, MSW, Ph.D., Michigan State University
Jeanne C. Marsh is the George Herbert Jones Distinguished Service Professor in the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Her work focuses on the delivery of integrated health and social services, substance abuse treatment and service delivery, social work practice and program decision-making.
Professor Marsh has held appointments in both the School of Social Service Administration and the Committee on Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago. She also has served as visiting professor at the London School of Economics, Clare Hall, Cambridge University and Sciences Po Paris. She publishes broadly on issues of integrated health and social services, substance abuse treatment services for women and families, knowledge utilization and professionalization processes in social work.
Awards and honors include:
President (2011-2013) Society for Social Work and Research (2011-2013)
Service as editor-in-chief of Social Work, the journal of the National Association of Social Workers (2002-2005)
The National Association of Social Workers Award for Excellence in Social Work Research (1997)
Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Michigan School of Social Work (1987)
Professor Marsh graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Psychology from Michigan State University and completed the MSW, PhD and Institute for Social Research Postdoctoral Fellowship – all at the University of Michigan.