- Prospective Students
- Current Students
- Adrienne Lapidos and Mary Ruffolo Receive Grant to Pilot a Mental Illness Intervention
- Brad Zebrack Receives Grant to Evaluate an Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Care Program
- Reuben Miller Receives Grant to Examine Effects of Prisoner Reentry on Inner City Black Men
- Edith Lewis Published in Journal of Family Theory & Review
- Sarah Hong and Amanda Champagne (CASC students) Featured in The New York Times on Campus Sexual Assault
- Train the Trainer
This is a new initiative to offer facilitator training workshops for CASC students. The day will offer generic facilitator best practices, strategies, and more, and will use activities from DECLARE as a model and practice for facilitation. A great opportunity for anyone interested in learning facilitation skills!
- #SpeakerSeries - Presentation by Professor Janet Ray
Title: Radical social work, when the 9-5 career becomes a 24/7 embedded community-based social worker... the joy it brings
Case studies will be shared how social workers have embedded themselves in local Detroit neighborhoods to accompany transformative movements that are building social justice. Highlighted social work examples will be urban agriculture, restorative justice, faith-based institutions and immigrant rights. The results are a fascinating mixture of surprising profound outcomes, friendships, replicable models of peer intervention, ethical challenges and sustainable social workers journeys.
Lunch will be provided!
- Chicago Idealist Grad. Fair
Stop by the Idealist.org Graduate School Fair to speak with an admissions representative about U-M's MSW and PhD programs. The fair is free and open to anyone considering graduate school. For more info. go to: http://www.idealist.org/view/fair/4ZnMHK3X723p/view