Landram receives Doctor of Social Work

By Ariel C. Emberton, staff writer/photographer, Office of University Communications

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Dr. Melissa Landram, adjunct instructor in social work, recently received her Doctor of Social Work (DSW) from Capella University.

Landram received her bachelor and master degrees in social work from Campbellsville University and has been teaching at her alma mater since January 2017.

At Campbellsville, Landram has taught SWK 545 Foundation Practice I, SWK 546 Foundation Practice II, SWK 626 Advanced Practice with Children and Families, SWK 610 Advanced Practicum I and SWK 611 Advanced Practicum II.

Landram also works as a social worker on an inpatient acute behavior health unit at Spring View Hospital in Lebanon, Ky. and is a member of the Kentucky Community Crisis Response Team.

She is married to Scott Landram, and they live in Bardstown with their six children: Blake, Grant, Trenton, Mason, Noah and Miranda.

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