- Prospective Students
- Current Students
The University of Michigan School of Social Work will prepare you to lead in social work practice and innovation at the local, national and global levels and nurture your passion to change the world.
- Sandra Danziger Published in Social Science Quarterly
- Technical Assistance Center Featured on U-M Detroit Center Website
- Anthony M. Provenzano (MSW'15) Receives First Place at Symposium for Health and Social Justice
- Sherrie Kossoudji’s Article on Sexual Assault Published in Michigan Daily
- Brad Zebrack Receives Grant from Seventy K to Develop Resources for Young Adults with Cancer
- Fall 2014 Brown Bag Lunches: Center for Social Impact
This brown bag will feature staff and students involved with The Center for Social Impact.
The Center for Social Impact provides leaders with practical skills and insight to tackle complex social challenges and catalyze a career in social impact. Action-based programs offer students multidisciplinary and cross-sector opportunities to deliver social impact.The Center also hosts events to promote collaboration and inspire dialogue that accelerates social innovation on campus and in the community.
- Evaluation Lunch 'n Learn Series: Professional Writing for Program Evaluation
Professional writing is an integral part of any job, but especially in program evaluation. Your writing reflects on both you and the results that you are presenting. Reports that are not professionally presented are not taken as seriously.
At this Lunch ‘n Learn, you will gain the knowledge and skills related to the importance of professional writing, how to present your findings in a professional manner, and other forms of engaging professionally in writing with clients and colleagues. Betsy Williams, the Writing/Study Skills Coordinator, has partnered with the Curtis Center Program Evaluation Group to provide this training opportunity.
Feel free to bring your own lunch.
This event is sponsored by the Curtis Center Program Evaluation Group.
- “What's Faith Got to Do with It?": Navigating Personal Faith, Social Service, and the University
The University of Michigan School of Social Work and Student Union Presents:
“What's Faith Got to Do with It?": Navigating Personal Faith, Social Service, and the University
Please join us in an interfaith panel discussion to explore the intersection of faith and socially just practice. Our panelists will share how their spiritual traditions and beliefs inspire their work.
Dinner is graciously being served by the Bhakti Yoga Society
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Co-Sponsors: Christians in Social Work Association, School of Social Work Student Union, School of Social Work, and the University of Michigan Festifaith Committee.
- The Anonymous People - Documentary Film
Join the School of Social Work in the viewing of a poignant film about Recovery and the power of reclamation, community support and personal triumph.
Part of October 2014 Investing In Abilities Events titled, Is Addiction a Disability?
"The Anonymous People is a feature documentary film about the over 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addictions. Deeply entrenched social stigma have kept recovery voices silent and faces hidden for decades. The vacuum has been filled with sensational mass media depictions of people with addiction that perpetuate a lurid fascination with the dysfunctional side of what is a preventable and treatable health condition" YouTube, 9/10/14. Please review other exciting events at http://ability.umich.edu/iaw.
Discussion to follow viewing.
Refreshments will be served.
Presented by the School of Social Work, Investing in Abilities, Council for Disability Concerns and University of Michigan Collegiate Recovery.