With a background in animal-organization management and animal assistance training, Kate Gloeckner joins Human-Animal Bond in Colorado as Office Coordinator and Training Consultant.
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CSU students spent the past academic year contributing, either as employee, intern, or research assistant, to the Human-Animal Bond in Colorado center in the School of Social Work.
Colorado State University’s School of Social Work has named Liz Davis, M.S.W., as the new director of field education. CSU’s School of Social Work assists students with more than 300 field placements each year.
With the goals of conducting applied research and disseminating results on best practices to the child welfare field, the Social Work Research Center launched new projects and added new staff in 2019.
On March 4 the School of Social Work hosted the Brad Sheafor Lecture in Social Work with a featured presentation by Dr. Darrell P. Wheeler, Ph.D., MPH, ACSW, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Iona College.
Alumni Barb Long (M.S.W., ’97) discusses what drew her to social work and shares advice for upcoming graduates.
Social Work senior Kaitlyn Ewan is the first place winner of the Phi Alpha Patty Gibbs Wahlberg BSW Scholarship.
The latest US News and World Report ranking of social work master’s programs places CSU’s School of Social Work in the top 15% nationally among accredited public universities.
School of Social Work Assistant Professor Samantha Brown is the recipient of the 2018 Victoria S. Levin Award for Early Career Success in Young Children’s Mental Health Research.
The second biennial Brad Sheafor Lecture in Social Work “Dis-Equity in the U.S. Today: Going beyond our personal and professional comfort zones” is Monday, Mar. 4, from 5-7 p.m. in Colorado State University LSC Ballroom D.