Faculty Recruitment Meeting

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The College of Social Work

We collaborate with the local, national, and international community to promote social well-being and social justice through dynamic teaching, research, and service.

Rumler squareCoSW alumnus chosen one of “Greenville Business Magazine’s Best and Brightest 35 and under”

“When I found out I was selected I felt honored and humbled,” Rumler said. Click here to read more.

Featured Faculty: Susan Parlier

Susan Parlier squareDr. Parlier believes that one barrier to achieving justice is the difficulty of confronting stereotypes about low-income populations. She says that many people believe that if a person has a job, he or she won’t need assistance.

World Congress Group Photo square9th World Congress on the Promotion of Mental Health & the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders: Global Knowledge for Local Change

The meeting emphasized innovations that promote mental health and wellbeing for all individual. Click here to read more.

Donor Spotlight: Patrick J. Patterson

Patrick Patterson squareThe College of Social Work is pleased to announce a gift from Patrick to endow The Patterson/Woods Endowed Fellowship Fund. This fund will support students from underrepresented populations that are interested in social, community and economic development.

favors squareCoSW student found a home at Palmetto Place Children's shelter

BSW student, Samantha Favors is thankful to having found Palmetto Place Children's shelter.
  Read more from her interview with WLTX here.


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College of Social Work Notes

Baxter, S., Smith, A., Hitchcock, D., Collins, K., Guinn, C., Finney, C., Royer, J., Miller, P. (in press). Test-retest reliability of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey's five-item food insecurity questionnaire completed by fourth-grade children. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.

Kilburn, J. & Shapiro, C. (in press). Modification of the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (PCAN) Curriculum for IDEA Part C Providers. Zero to Three.


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