Quick facts

$19,791,493

active & funded grant dollars in 2019-20

52

active & funded grants in 2019-20

67%

external grant proposals funded in 2019-20

41

articles, books, & chapters published in 2019-20

Research highlight

Perceptions of marijuana potency and public health consequences of legalization

Visual graphic of the study detailing that most adults feel marijuana legalization will effect road safety (56%), employee safety (63%) and ER visits (53%). Details differences in perception based on demographics, usage and thoughts around legalization.
Will road safety, ER visits and employee safety be affected if marijuana is legalized? What does the public feel are the risks to the rapidly evolving cannabis policy in the U.S.? A recent article by Associate Professor Stella Resko explores the perceptions of public health consequences of marijuana legalization and the need for prevention efforts to reduce negative public health consequences associated with cannabis use.
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The Center for Social Work Research provides access to a range of resources for faculty, students, and community members.  In the boxes below you can explore our faculty research, student research, and resources to support learning and faculty scholarship.

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