At a time when Columbia University is confronting its historic relationship with slavery, and as we are also nearing the end of Black History Month, it seems fitting to acknowledge the passing of one of Harlem's leading civil rights activists,
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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In an online event held on February 15, alumnus Jarret Schecter (MSW'14) and Columbia School of Social Work Professor Lynn Michalopoulos talked about the growing trend for social workers to serve overseas as well their own choice to work in
We are now in the last full week of February, and at Columbia University—and New York City at large—there remain many opportunities to commemorate this year's Black History Month. Here are five suggestions: 1) Read about the new Columbia and
Students at a graduate school of social work spend more time engaged in the world outside the classroom than their counterparts in other professional schools such as law, business, public health, or international affairs. At Columbia University, graduate-level social work
In an online event held on January 30, 2017, CSSW alumna and adjunct faculty member Amelia Ortega and full-time faculty member Beth Counselman-Carpenter held a discussion of the impact, both actual and potential, of technology on clinical social work practice.
By Irv Garfinkel, Interim Dean We live in troubled times. As we cope, it is useful to keep in mind this is not the first time. Think about how people must have felt when facing American slavery, the Civil War,