The Four Corners MSW Program is transforming to better emphasize Indigenous knowledge and experiences in the rural context.
Assistant Prof. Sophia Sarantakos focuses their research, writing and organizing on how professionalized social-change work — including social work — can be shaped to serve an abolitionist horizon.
In her courses, alumna and Clinical Associate Professor Julianne Mitchell teaches MSW students about the healing power of play therapy.
In partnership with the Denver Health Paramedic Division, DU’s Emergency Medical Services program launched in 2021 and provides initial classroom and field training and experience for EMTs much like a physician would in residency.
In partnership with Denver Public Schools, GSSW doctoral student Colleen Cummings Melton and Prof. Sarah Bexell are integrating climate action and ecological justice into public education.
GSSW introduces flexible specialization “pathways” for its Denver Campus MSW program, giving students the ability to focus their degree to meet their personal interests and career goals.
A Graduate School of Social Work MSW concentration in health and wellness prepared alumna Alexandria Forte for a multifaceted career that blends hospital case management with program management and education.
Prof. Jenn Bellamy works to advance social and racial justice in social work practice and in social work education and research — both within the school and in the broader academy.