- Prospective Students
- Current Students
The Research Office is responsible for all aspects of pre- and post-award research administration of externally sponsored and internal research grants, contracts, and awards.
The UM School of Social Work is a leader in social work education and research, having received a #1 and #2 ranking from U.S. News and World Report for the past decade and a half. The research activities of the faculty are focused on virtually every area of human services and social welfare, including child welfare, family services, juvenile and criminal justice systems, poverty and income maintenance, health and health disparities, gerontology, mental health, alcohol and drug abuse, social welfare administration, and community planning and organizing. The School has a strong record of externally funded research and training grants. Current funding agencies include the National Institute on Drug Abuse , National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Child Health & Development, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Skillman Foundation, the John A. Hartford Foundation, and numerous other national, state, and local agencies and foundations.
* Fiscal Year begins July 1st * Calendar Year begins January 1st
The Curtis Center's mission
is to support faculty engaged in research that creates social change by furthering society's understanding and treatment of behavioral and physical health conditions.