Graduate School of Social Work News
Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) faculty, staff, students, programs and community partners are making waves. Learn more about their research, accomplishments, outcomes and impact on social justice and social change.
The Graduate School of Social Work’s Burnes Center on Poverty and Homelessness brought campus and community together to learn about promising new responses to housing insecurity and homelessness.
Developed by GSSW Professors Ramona Beltrán and Debora Ortega, a community-based archive centers Indigenous and Latinx culture and knowledge to reduce health impacts of historical trauma.
As a juvenile and criminal defense attorney, Adjunct Professor Ashley Ratliff uses storytelling to fight for justice for those who need it most. At the same time, she’s working to change unjust systems.
GSSW’s Butler Institute has been selected as a key partner in an expanded role with the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute, which aims to strengthen child welfare programs through workforce development.
As a UN Practicum in Advocacy fellow, MSW student Ozy Aloziem got a crash course in international policymaking and advocacy as a delegate to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.