Kellan McNally is pursuing studies in social work and anthropology, focusing on forms of labor and compensation in the lives of people diagnosed with psychiatric disorders. Kellan is interested in learning about human services organizations that create paid work programming for clients with disabilities. He has a license in clinical social work and worked as a behavioral health crisis clinician before moving to Detroit.
Recent university news spotlights
- Social Work and Anthropology (SWAN) doctoral student wins prestigious Douglas A. Fraser Center research award