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A Community Connection

A Community Connection

A Community Connection

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.

india square studentsCoSW Welcomed Students for the India Global Classroom

The CoSW hosted eight students from Maharaja Sayajirao (MS) University of Baroda, located in Gujarat, India, for ten days in November as part of the India Global Classroom Experience. Click here to read more.

Featured Faculty: Suzanne Sutphin

Suzanne SutphinDr. Suzanne Sutphin is a program evaluator at The Center for Child and Family Studies and serves as the Lead Evaluator for the state-wide Quality Assurance reviews with the Department of Social Services.

Youth transition squareCoSW Graduate Students help Youth Transition into Independent Living

CoSW alum and Transitions Community Resource Specialist Lauren Wilkie, along with former CoSW dean Dr. Anna Scheyett and CoSW donor Ms. Stacey Atkinson began a collaboration that would go on to produce the Young Adult Passport. Click here to read more.

Student Spotlight: Ebone’ Smith-Morant

ebone morant squareEbone’ Smith-Morant, who works in Special Education with the Georgetown County School District, recounts her efforts to rebuild and empower her community after the flood.

indian students SquareCoSW to Host Students from India

The CoSW is hosting eight students from Maharaja Sayajirao (MS) University of Baroda which is located in Gujarat, India for ten days this month. Click here to read more.


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College of Social Work Notes

Lewis, E. M., Feely, M., Dunnigan, A. E., Seay, K. D., Lanier, P., Huseynli, A., & Kohl, P. L. (2017, January). 18-month maintenance effects of Triple P  with child welfare-involved families: A randomized trial of a behavioral parent training program. Abstract accepted for oral presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research 21st annual research meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Kim, J., Pitner, R., & Yu, M. (2017, January). Spousal violence and social rules: An examination of adolescents' reasoning patterns. Poster presentation at the annual meeting for the Society for Social Work Research, New Orleans, LA.

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