by Nick Ogutu (MSW’17) Human Rights Activist The United Nations General Assembly, through resolution 68/237, proclaimed 2015 to 2024 to be “the International Decade for the People of African Descent” (UN, 201I). This followed the Durban Declaration and Programme of
A research project for our Social Intervention Group ran a successful #loveanywhere campaign in Harlem to show support for LGBT equality.
Faculty member Desmond Patton (right) collaborates with a director at Columbia's Data Science Institute on a project using data science to prevent gang violence.
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China has had significant economic growth and poverty reduction in the past four decades. The other side of this story, however, is a rapid increase in income and wealth inequality. Under the guidance of Professor Qin Gao, who joined CSSW's
Affiliate graduation ceremony keynote speakers (left to right): Courtney Cogburn, Shijuade Kadree, Yesika Montoya, and Suki Terada Ports This year four of the caucuses at Columbia University’s School of Social Work hosted their own affiliate graduation ceremonies, in addition to
The following is the text of the graduation keynote delivered by Dr. Jared Bernstein at the special graduation ceremony held by Columbia University's School of Social Work for its 2017 graduates, at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, on
CSSW assistant professor Desmond Patton is using technology and data science to help curb gang violence in Chicago. To support Dr. Patton's work and learn more about it, visit here.
In an online event held on April 18, adjunct professor and Dean of Admissions at Ackerman Institute for the Family Walter Vega and Marion E. Kenworthy Professor of Psychiatry in Social Work Katherine Shear discussed the psychological impact of recent political changes in