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In alignment with social work values pursuing social and racial justice, we advocate against violence and discriminatory exclusion toward the Asian community.
Stephanie Rosado, MSW, CWHC has been accepted into the Florida Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Scholars Program for the 2022-2024 cohort.
Outside of the MHC atrium, social work students manned a voter registration table with educational resources and registration forms.
Pam Alvarez, DM, MSW and Chris Groeber, MSW provided mental health support to DCF employees after Hurricane Ian.
David Kilmnick, PhD, MSW is a leading national advocate within the LGBT communities and is the founder and President/CEO of the New York LGBT Network.
In the first session, over 60 people shared and discussed the impact of Hurricane Ian.
Sondra J. Fogel, PhD, LCSW traveled to Ghana over the summer to conduct research alongside colleagues from the University of Ghana and the University of Houston.
Multiple CBCS students were selected as fellowship recipients for the 2022-2023 academic year by the Office of Graduate Studies.
During the 2022 International AIDS Conference in Montreal, Canada, Jerome Galea, PhD, MSW, RCSWI received a grant through the CIPHER Grant Programme.
Senior social work major Simone Till has dedicated her time to advocating for disabled communities on campus.
This fellowship supports the training of minority students who are committed to improving the quality of care provided to ethnic and racial minorities.
Assistant professor Jerome Galea, PhD, MSW, RCSWI will join the editorial board for the Cambridge Prisms: Global Mental Health journal as it relaunches in January 2023.