News and Announcements

Jerrold Brandell named interim dean of the School of Social Work
We are hiring! Director of Academics for Student Affairs / Director of Office of Admissions & Student Services
Wayne State Distinguished Social Work Professor honored for career contributions to practice with children and adolescents
May 27: Young Women InPowerED Expo
April 13, 2017: AMP - a creative solution to local problems in Ghana while exploring the possibilities of technology
CANCELLED: April 6, 2017: TIP Chili Cook-Off
Research drawing on perspectives of social work, anthropology can help solve difficult human problems, says Wayne State SWAN lecturer
Wayne State School of Social Work launches 10-year initiative around Grand Challenges social agenda
School of Social Work hosts one-woman show to explore complexities of racial identity
March 30, 2017: Book Publication: A Guide for the Perplexed, a Panel Presentation
March 29, 2017: Deadline for Social Work Teaching Award Nominations
March 24, 2017: Social Justice Student Symposium
SMART Social Work: Combating Consumer Misuse of Antibiotics
Feb. 15, 2017: SWAN Lecture featuring Deborah Padgett on Theory & Methods
Feb. 2, 2017: Women's March Debriefing Meeting
Social Work faculty joins national team studying violence against women
Feb. 16, 2017 Elevate Their Voices, a diversity focused forum
School of Social Work explores race in America as host to “One Drop Of Love” performance
Feb. 16, 2017 Diversity Event: One Drop of Love performance
Wayne State social work faculty receive funding to study help-seeking among Latina sexual assault survivors
Wayne State social work, music faculty explore power of lullabies to calm parents and babies
Social Work faculty to evaluate federally funded training program for family nurse practitioners
Dec.14: SWAN Prospective Student Information & Social Event
Wayne State social work students receive national community organizing award
Social Work’s Edith Harris lecturer describes benefits of trauma-informed systems

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