Stacey Popejoy LMSW, is a Clinical Professor with the Wichita State University School of Social Work. Ms. Popejoy is dedicated to the education of future social workers, change makers, community organizers, and anti-oppression advocates. As an expert in the field of domestic and sexual violence, Ms. Popejoy has been called to provide critical analysis, consultation, and training to organizations such as the Kansas Governor’s Office, Kansas Attorney General’s Office, Kansas Parole Board, Kansas Department of Corrections, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Stacey has provided leadership in the areas of services to domestic and sexual violence survivors, offender accountability, and system change to better address and eliminate domestic and sexual violence locally and nationally.


Areas of Teaching Interest

Trauma and Attachment (SCWK 840R)

Advanced Generalist Practice Administration: Community and Organizations (SCWK 860)

Foundation of Generalist Practice 2 (SCWK 702)

Domestic Violence (SCWK 611L)(WOMS 580 J)(CJ 783F)(CJ 381V)

General Practice with Organizations and Communities (SCWK 470)

Advanced Generalist Practice with Individuals (SCWK 816)

Cultural Competency Advanced Generalist Practice (SCWK 810)

Foundation of General Practice 1 (SCWK 700)

Generalist Practice with Groups (SCWK 401, two sections)

BG: Creative Processes in Social Work Practice (SCWK 411B)

Human Sexuality (SCWK 340)(WOMS 340)

Field Practicum 2 (SCWK 721)

Field Practicum 1 (SCWK 720)

Contemporary Issues in LGBT Community (SCWK 571)(WOMS 571)

Crisis Intervention Strategies and Theory (SCWK 611N)

Crisis Intervention Techniques and Practice (SCWK 611P)

Sexual Assault Issues (SCWK 150D)(WOMS 150J)

Diverse Women in Pop Culture (WOMS 190)

Social Work Research (SCWK 451)

Macro Human Behavior and the Social Environment (SCWK 712)

Policy 1 (SCWK 717)

Person in Society Macro (SCWK 361)

Advanced Generalist Practice with Families and Groups (SCWK 833)

Domestic Violence (WOMS 142)

Femme Fatale in Film Noir (WOMS 585)

Women in Society (WOMS 287)

Women in Society and Cultural Images (WOMS 387)


Awards and Honors

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Areas of Service

Client De-Escalation Skills

Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center

  • March 28, 2018


Supervision and Leadership

Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center

  • April 6, 2018


Men and Masculinity

Kansas Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution

  • March 4, 2018


Batterer Intervention as Social Justice

WSU Power Conference

  • March 2, 2018


The Intersection of Trauma and Oppression

Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center

  • April 15 & August 5, 2019


Domestic Violence

Kansas Attorney General’s Kansas Academy for Victim Assistance

  • May 23, 2018


Hate Crimes

Kansas Attorney General’s Kansas Academy for Victim Assistance

  • May 23, 2018


Trauma and Oppression

WSU Community Engagement Institute

  • June 1, 2018


Kansas City Association of Renal Social Workers

Serving Diverse Patients and Clients training

  • December 2017


Wichita State University

School of Social Work /Criminal Justice Department

Social Worker Safety Training

  • July 2017
  • September 2016


Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center

  • Developed and conduct training, Intersection of Oppression and Trauma, provide training quarterly since 2014
  • Conduct and complete Department of Justice Violence Against Women Discretionary Grant Evaluation 2016 and 2017
  • Assist with annual fundraising


Kansas Academy for Victim Assistance:

The Kansas Academy for Victim Assistance is a statewide training academy committed to the improvement of victim services by enhancing the skills of professionals who work with victims of crime.  The purpose of the academy is to provide participants with a foundation of knowledge and skills to create a consistent, victim-centered, and trauma-informed response to victims in Kansas. KAVA is a certified training academy of the National Advocate Credentialing Program.

  • Training Faculty: Hate and Bias Crimes


Wichita Visitation and Exchange Center Advisory Council:

The Wichita Visitation and Exchange Center (VEC) is dedicated to providing families with a safe place to meet, play, and interact. The VEC provides a neutral site for custody exchanges between parents, and supervised visits for families dealing with divorce, separation, domestic violence, child abuse, protection orders, threats, or family reintegration.

  • Provide support and direction for the Center specific to abusive men and domestic violence.


Wichita State University LGBTQ Task Force:

The WSU LGBTQ Task Force was established to evaluate, monitor, and improve the campus climate for all LGBTQ students, staff, and faculty.

  • Member