News and Announcements

Wayne State School of Social Work lends addiction, policy expertise to university task force on opioid misuse
Wayne State School of Social Work receives largest-ever federal grant, will spend nearly $1.8 million to design and evaluate youth dating and sexual violence prevention program
Social Work Doctoral Student Spotlight: Improving mental health outcomes for female veterans
McGregor Fund gift will help at-risk students succeed at Wayne State
Social Work Doctoral Student Spotlight: Validating the role of community health workers on interdisciplinary teams
B.S.W. student gets university funding to join study examining predictors of heroin abuse recovery
School of Social Work receives grant to help students explore social justice issues surrounding Detroit water shut-offs
Wayne State M.S.W. student wins manuscript contest by exploring challenges of end-of-life social work practice
Social Work Doctoral Student Spotlight: Using methodological innovations to advance research in child welfare
School of Social Work receives largest-ever donation, will establish scholarship named for donor
Wayne State B.S.W. advisor named “emerging leader” by global advising association
Wayne State has unique ability to advance racial justice, diversity experts say at Social Work event
2016 Best Conference Paper Award
Wayne State alumna named Michigan’s Social Worker of the Year
Social Work Doctoral Student Spotlight: Improving training and professional support for infant mental health practitioners
School of Social Work stages lecture, panel discussion on racial justice
Social Work Doctoral Student Spotlight: Empowering communities to overcome environmental health challenges
Wayne State M.S.W. student bringing social work to Syria
Zumba for a Cure
Social Work Doctoral Student Spotlight: Better quality of life for parents caring for adult children with autism
Wayne State social work study finds HMOs hold promise for ensuring foster youth access to preventive care
Wayne State University makes getting a Bachelor of Social Work easier for SE Michigan residents
Remote counseling technology “here to stay,” ethicist tells Wayne State social workers about need for ethical, practice guidelines
Anwar Najor-Durack of Michigan wins 2015 leadership award and is elected to ASWB Nominating Committee
MSW Concentration Day January 23, 2016
150 years in the heart of Detroit