Assistant Professor Kaipeng Wang works to understand how social determinants such as discrimination contribute to health and mental health disparities among ethnic minorities and immigrants, particularly older adults.
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.
May 16, 2022, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. MDT, 2 CEs
Culturally Responsive Assessment Using the Concepts of Narrative Therapy
Clinical Associate Professor Stephen von Merz will discuss the development and implementation of a widely used activity, the Tree of Life Technique, which can be applied during the engagement and assessment phases of therapy when working with clients and their families. He will discuss lessons from narrative therapy in defining challenges and solutions from within a social, cultural, political, and relational context.
June 9 & 10, 2022
GSSW Graduation Celebration
Please join us for two celebrations to commemorate the hard work and achievements of our graduating students! These events are open to 2021-2022 academic year graduates and candidates, faculty, staff, family and friends.