Larry Rosenfeld was a computer programmer for IBM for 12 years. In 1999, he earned his MSW from UNC School of Social Work. He worked for Orange County DSS as a Child Protective Services Investigator for eight years. He also co-facilitated groups for men who battered women and for families of juvenile sex offenders, and he provided crisis counseling for survivors of domestic violence. In 2011, the UNC School of Social Work hired Larry as a clinical instructor for the Child Welfare Education Collaborative. Currently, Larry is an applications analyst for the School’s Computer and Information Technology Unit, where he maintains the School’s student information system and various websites.
In 2017, at CSWE APM, Larry co-presented with the School’s Field Education Director Rebecca Brigham (primary) on the intersection of field education and computer technology . In 2019, he co-authored with UNC School of Social Work researcher Todd Jensen (primary) and Rebecca Brigham a paper evaluating the validity of a competency-based field education assessment.
Larry’s past awards include the School’s Excellence in School and University Service Award (2017) and the Orange/Durham Coalition for Battered Women’s Advocate of the Year Award (1997).