Eveline Ndii Kalomo, PhD, MSW, MICW
Lindquist Hall 519
Eveline Kalomo received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from the University of Namibia and obtained a Master degree in International Child Welfare from the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom. Her doctoral studies and MSW are from the University of Minnesota, School of Social Work. She taught a variety of courses including human behavior, social development, Children and Families and social work practices courses in the Bachelors of Social Work program at the University of Namibia for seven years prior to coming to WSU. Her research interests include kinship care, population aging, gerontology, HIV/AIDS, mental health, immigrant older adults of African decent, social development and international social work. Her dissertation is a study that stemmed from her extensive work with families and children affected by AIDS in Namibia. Her study investigates the association between supports and depression of elderly caregivers raising children orphaned by AIDS in rural Namibia. Outside of Ndii's work duties, she enjoys spending time with family, and watching her boys in their sports activties.
- Ph.D. School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul Minnesota
- M.S.W. School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul Minnesota
- M.I.C.W School of Social Work, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom
- B.S.W School of Social Work, University of Namibia, Windhoek Namibia