The Wayne State University School of Social Work alumni community is nearly 12,000 strong. Our vibrant community of alums spans the country and beyond serving vulnerable individuals, families and communities through social work practice, research, and innovative leadership.
Your degree from Wayne State's School of Social Work is only the beginning of a career rich in achievement, personal contact and networking. The School's Alumni Association exists to help you make the most of your career through professional development activities, community service, social gatherings and more. We encourage you to make an impact on future Social Work Warriors through our new Social Work Mentorship Program and the Warriors Together alumni volunteer program.
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"The education I received through the MSW program at Wayne State University prepared me to engage in social justice work in the community and in higher education. The MSW is seen as an asset by my supervisors and has helped me positively impact individuals, communities, and larger social problems. Being a social worker isn't just a degree it's part of my identity and the Code of Ethics has guided me throughout my 25 years of practice. "
The impact of alumna Kathy Fahl's Wayne State MSW degree is clear. From her time as the director of a Gender and Equality Center to her new position as the assistant dean of students at Ohio University, Kathy is a #SocialWorkWarriorInAction
- A gift in memory of an MSW alum, Freda Rosenblatt, the social worker who "did it her way"
- Social Work assistant professor receives Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award
- Dean Kubiak making an impact as a member of the Michigan Criminal Justice Policy Commission
- Launch of SW 9220 for Winter 2019 on the Theories for Practice & Research: Groups and Families