Brij Mohan, Professor and Dean Emeritus, is an internationally renowned intellectual with expertise in social philosophy, social welfare, public policy and international social development. Dr. Brij Mohan is a protégé of the late Professor Saiyid Zafar Hasan who in own right may be called a legendary pioneer.
Since 1975, Dr. Brij has been teaching, speaking, and publishing in the United States where modern social work evolved as profession.
He is author of 23 books and over 400 articles, papers, and reviews. His most recent books include: Development, Poverty of Culture and Social Policy (Palgrave, 2011), Climate, Economy and Justice (Palgrave, 2015), The Future of Social Work (Sage, 2018) and Social Policy on the Cusp (Nova, 2020).
Dr. Mohan is a prolific intellectual whose volumes of writings have nearly launched an international movement to “think critically and act globally.” In a digitally revolutionized world, neither “social” nor “work” will remain the same.
He has earned numerous honors and awards including a D. Litt. from M.K. Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith and the Life-Time Achievement Award from National Association of Professional Social Workers in India.
Brij Mohan, Dean Emeritus, LSU School of Social Work, USA