Sarah Green will graduate in December from CSU’s Distance Master of Social Work program. For the past three years, Green has been working with fellow students in a Colorado Springs cohort group.
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Assistant Professor Shannon Hughes will lead the development and evaluation of a new program to address mental health care for young adults, without the use of psychotropic drugs.
Rebecca Orsi and Paula Yuma are searching for answers to the question of whether access to care protects children at risk for maltreatment.
Assistant Professor Jennifer Portz discusses designing healthcare technologies for older adults in a way that’s meaningful and supports healthier living.
A program that pairs social work students with medical professionals in under-served areas of Colorado just received a new injection of federal funding.
This fall students enrolled in SOWK 342: Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities will partner with Poudre Fire Authority educators and firefighters to install smoke alarms in Fort Collins mobile home parks.
Anne Williford is a new associate professor in the School of Social work; her interests are in youth bullying, aggression, and peer victimization.
Take an inside look at how a development partnership with CSU’s Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) and CSU Online is providing distance learners with coursework that is designed specifically for their success.
Jamie Yoder is an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Colorado State University. Learn more about why she came to CSU, and her research interests in youth at risk and juvenile justice.
Anne Williford has been named an associate editor for the Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to presenting innovative original research on social problems, intervention programs, and policies.