Why Social Work is Political, and How it Matters for Democracy
Tanya Rhodes Smith of the School of Social Work talks about elections, health, and why policymakers should seek insight from social workers
Walking Down Memory Lane to Battle COVID Isolation
An unexpected result of a project designed to combat pandemic isolation changed the lives of a student and her 93-year-old project partner.
Social Work Students Turn to Old-Fashioned Advocacy
Clinical social work students learn the power of the written word to advocate through Letters to the Editor
School of Social Work Graduates 164 During Return to In-Person Commencement Ceremonies
BSW, MSW, and Ph.D. students celebrate at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field
Peter Papallo: A Full-Circle Career Comes to a Close
Having landed in a social work career by happenstance, School of Social Work instructor Peter Papallo is retiring after decades as a clinician and teacher.
Brave Space: Dorian R. Debussy and Christine Sylvester
Alum talks making the University and the country a more supportive place for the LGBTQ-plus community