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The College of Social Work

We collaborate with the local, national, and international community to promote social well-being and social justice through dynamic teaching, research, and service.

rural matters

ICARED has developed new rural health field placement internships to train MSW students in rural practice during the first year of the College of Social Work participation. Click here to read more.

Featured Faculty: Terry Wolfer

wolferDr. Terry Wolfer prioritizes deep learning in his students’ development because they will often encounter novel situations when serving stigmatized, oppressed, and disadvantaged clients.

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Jill Lawson, 2010 MSW graduate, has been with Palmetto Place for over 12 years. Serving as a volunteer, board member, part-time counselor, and now as Executive Director. Click here to read more.

Donor Spotlight: Yancey Kemp Wise

Yancey Kemp WiseYancey Kemp Wise earned a master's degree in social work from USC to help others deal with the mental illness she battled for most of her adult life. Click here to read more.

teri browne

Professor Teri Browne recently sat down with WACH-TV in Columbia, SC to discuss some of the potential impact changes to the health care law could bring, particularly for patients with kidney disease. Click here to read more.


 

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College of Social Work Notes

Hock, R. M., Yingling, M. E., & Bell, B. A. (2017) Time-lag between diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and onset of publicly-funded EIBI: Do race-ethnicity and neighborhood matter? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Baxter, S. D., Guinn, C. H., Smith, A. F., Royer, J. A., Hitchcock, D. B. (2017) A need for empirical evidence concerning the accuracy of joint parent-child reports of children's dietary intake. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 

Browne, T., Keefe, R.H., Ruth, B.J., Cox, H., Maramaldi, P., Rishel, C., Rountree, M., Zlotnik, J. & Marshall, J. (2017) Advancing social work education for health impact. American Journal of Public Health

 

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