The University Women's Club Fall Coffee

Out of the Darkness Community Walk

Lunch & Learn - "Healthy Decision Making"

Lunch & Learn - "Independent Living"

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.

parker logoThe Search is On!!!

We are pleased to have the Parker Executive Search Firm directing the search and Dr. Thomas Chandler, Dean of the School of Public Health, serve as the search committee chair. Click here to read more.

Featured Faculty: Cheri Shapiro

Cheri Shapiro squareFrom her first psychology class as an undergraduate student, Dr. Cheri Shapiro knew that she wanted to learn more about the subject that would become the cornerstone of her career.

poverty workshopFaculty and Staff Complete Poverty Factor Training

A group of CoSW faculty and staff recently completed Poverty Factor Training, a series presented by the I. DeQuincey Newman Institute for Peace and Social Justice and the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina. Click here to read more.

Donor Spotlight: Leon and Connie Ginsberg

GINSBERG ALUMNI““We are not accustomed to making large donations and really don’t have the means to do so often—but the College is one place we were and are anxious to help.”

Julie SmithwickCoSW MSW graduate is founder and director of PASO

Julie Smithwick, a 2005 MSW graduate, is the founder and director of PASOs at USC’s Arnold School for Public Health. Click here to read more.

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College of Social Work Notes

Patzer, R.E., Paul, S., Plantinga, L., Gander, J., Sauls, L., Krisher, J., Mulloy, L.L., Gibney, E.M., Browne, T., Zayas, C.F., McClellan, W.M., Arriola, K.J. & Pastan, S.O. (2016). A randomized trial to reduce disparities in referral for transplant evaluation. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, doi: 10.1681/ASN.2016030320.

Wolfer, T. A., & Reitmeier, M. C. (2016, November). Using decision cases to develop critical thinking in field instructors. Field Faculty Development Institute at Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA.




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