Ph.D, 1985, Brandeis University, Politics and Economics of Aging
M.S.W., 1976, Temple University, Community Organization and Social Administration
B.A., 1971, University of Pennsylvania, Religious Thought
Rosalie Schofield has served as the BSW and MSW Program Director at the School of Social Work (SSW) at Temple University. She has worked as a policy analyst at Medicaid, the Families USA Foundation, Blue Cross, and the Social Security Administration and is co-founder of several community institutions including a foundation, a home for women with HIV/AIDS, and an intergenerational housing project. Former editor of the American Public Health Association newsletter on Complementary and Alternative Health, she was also a Faculty Fellow of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. She is a site visitor for the Council on Social Work Education and teaches courses in social innovation and social entrepreneurship, social policy, health/mental health policy and children and family policy.