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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


Social work assistant professor joins CSWE leadership

Dasha Rhodes

Rhodes’ primary research interest considers the effects of policing on the community.

Dasha Rhodes, PhD, LMSW, an assistant professor in the School of Social Work, was selected as the co-chair of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Student Presentations Track for January 2024 through December 2026. The Student Presentations Track provides BSW, MSW, and doctoral students opportunities to share their experiences, gain connections for their postgraduate path, and foster mentorships.

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