2014-2015 Academic Year Student Evaluations

2014-2015 Academic Year Student Evaluations

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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.


RothGrace SisCharityAwardImmigrant Access Project Wins Sisters of Charity Grant

Dr. Ben Roth and Dr. Breanne Grace have been awarded a grant to better understand and support the network of organizations serving immigrants throughout South Carolina.


Featured Faculty: Sudi Nallo

Nallo FrontSudi Nallo found a guiding principle as a social worker when she worked for a year as an AmeriCorps / VISTA, matching students and faculty with volunteer opportunities at more than 30 non-profit groups.

Lize S DeLHNewsDr. Steve Lize appointed to John de la Howe School Board

Governor Nikki Haley appointed Dr. Steven Lize to the John de la Howe School Board of Trustees.

Featured Alumni: Patrick Butler

P ButlerFrontHelping a teenager recover from an eating disorder, says Dr. Patrick Butler, requires a high functioning, collaborative team of professionals trained to think and plan from the perspective of “person in environment.”

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COSW Alumnus Develops Korean Presidential Policy

COSW alumnus Won Young Choi was appointed by the president of Korea to be the Senior Secretary to the President for Employment and Social Welfare.



 Staff Notes

Jessica Cabrera, Program Coordinator for the HABLA Project at CCFS, had her article on leadership development published online by the American Society for Training and Development Midlands. Click here to see article.

Faculty Notes

Priester, M. A.,  Browne, T.,  DeHart, D.,  Clone, S., Iachini, A.,  and  Hock, R., social work, will present Treatment access disparities among individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders: An integrative literature review at the annual conference of the Association for Medical Education Research in Substance Abuse in San Francisco, Calif.

Kirk Foster and his co-authors, Mark Rank and Thomas Hirschl were cited for their book, Chasing the American Dream, in the July 4th edition of USA Today. The article by Harold Gold was entitled, “Price tag for the American dream: $130K a year.” Click here to see article.



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