- Assistant Professor, Social Welfare
- The experiences of African American and Latino males in higher education, the underrepresentation of male social workers of color, and disproportionality in the child welfare and criminal justice system
Bryan Warde is a Full Professor at the Lehman College Social Work Program. In the MSW program, he teaches across the curriculum. Dr. Warde also teaches a Social Policy II class in the City University of New York Graduate Center's Social Welfare Ph.D. program. Before his professorship at Lehman College, Dr. Warde was the Director of Foster Care and Adoption at Lakeside Family and Children's Services for 11 years. Additionally, he was a faculty member at the Ackerman Institute for the Family and had a small private practice. Dr. Warde has had three books and several peer-reviewed articles published. His varied research interests include social inequality and social policy, social protest movements, immigration, and the experiences of Indigenous, Black, and Latino peoples in higher education and disproportionality in the child welfare and criminal justice system.
- Warde, B., Kahn, J. M, & Greenberg, J.P. (2022). "Conversations about Race and Racism: A Qualitative Study of the Classroom Experience of Recently Graduated MSW Alumni." Smith College Studies in Social Work, 92(1), 28–47.
- Vinjamuri, M., Warde, B., & Kolb, P. (2017). "The Reflective Diary: An Experiential Tool for Enhancing Social Work Students’ Research Learning. Social Work Education, 36 (8), 933–945.
- Warde, B. (2017). "Male Foster Carers: A Little Understood but Much Needed and Untapped Resource. In C." Mazza & A.R. Perry (Eds.), Fatherhood in America: Social Work Perspectives on a Changing Society (pp. 156–166). Springfield, IL, Charles C Thomas Publisher, Ltd.