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SERG ACTION NETWORK. Improving Social Service Delivery through Workforce Capacity Building
Apr
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A Community of Connection
Apr
21

Interprofessional Scholars Poster Showcase
Apr
21

Advocating for Immigrant Youth DACA & the BRIDGE Act

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.

HEALS Scholars 2017 squareHEALS Scholars discuss their trip to Capitol Hill

CoSW BSW students Jordan Thompson and Dee Gamble and MSW students Andrea Johnson and Akua Adams had the exciting opportunity to participate in the March 2017 Social Work Health Care Education and Leadership Scholars (HEALS) Student Policy Summit in Washington, DC, hosted by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and Council of Social Work Education (CSWE). Click here to read more.

Featured Faculty: Kristina Webber

Kristina Webber squareDr. Webber has experience working within urban, rural, and suburban school settings. She also has experience as a program consultant and grant evaluator for education and prevention/intervention programs.

KaitlinMcLaughlin LindamarieOlson Allison Ryan squareCoSW Students selected for Who’s Who Among Students

BSW students Kaitlin McLaughlin, Lindamarie Olson and Allison Ryan were selected to “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges”. Click here to read more.

Student Spotlight: Rebecca Geiger

RebeccaGeiger squareRebecca Geiger, an MSW ’17 graduate student, is a graduate of California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U) class of 2013. Click here to read more.

Stephanie Kripa Cooper Lewter squareAlum writes manifesto for adoptees

CoSW Alum Dr. Stephanie Kripa Cooper-Lewter came to America through international adoption from an orphanage in India. Click here to read more.

 

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College of Social Work Notes


Friedman, P., Andrews, C., & Humpreys, K. (2017). How ACA repeal would worsen the opiod epidemic. New England Journal of Medicine. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp1700834.

Pitner, R., Priester, M., Lackey, R., Duvall, D. (in press). A dedicated diversity course or an infusion model? Exploring which strategy is more effective in social work pedagogy. Journal of Social Work Education.

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