Graduate School of Social Work MSW graduate Nadine Bridges focuses on positive youth development through public health.
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Lisa Daigle is the founder of Savannah's Place, a sanctuary providing mindfulness, advocacy, and wellness for equines and a 2015 graduate of the Institute for Human-Animal Connection's (IHAC) Animals and Human Health (AHH) Certificate program. She's recently enrolled in another IHAC certificate program to benefit her local community and the animals at the sanctuary.
Research by recent GSSW graduate Brittanie Atteberry Ash, PhD ’20, is helping social work to develop a common definition of social justice and better deliver on the profession’s social justice promise.
As part of Colorado’s COVID-19 Health Equity Response Team, three GSSW alumni are working to address disproportionate impacts of the novel coronavirus on people of color.
Although research took him as far as South Africa, recent GSSW PhD graduate Jason St. Mary has returned to the Southwest, where he works at a community-based agency supporting marginalized youth in the Four Corners.
Adam Clark is a Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) graduate from the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work where he received his Animal-Assisted Social Work (AASW) Certification through the Institute for Human-Animal Connection and specialized in Family Systems work. After graduating Adam focused his career on grief and loss, with a specialization in understanding pet loss and its effect on human-animal relationships.
Award-winning research by PhD graduate Antonia Alvarez explores historical loss among Native Hawaiians to reduce health, mental health and suicide disparities.
Jennifer Stanga developed friendships, relationships with faculty, leadership and research capabilities, and social work practice skills through the MSW@Denver online MSW program.