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
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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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
The United States may be the world’s richest nation, but according to the U.S. Census, one in three children (a total of 14.5 million) lived in poverty in 2015. To address this rather staggering statistic, the National Academy of Sciences,
Columbia University’s School of Social Work has announced that Dr. Jared Bernstein, a former senior White House economic adviser who earned his Ph.D. in social welfare from the school in1994, will deliver the keynote address at its 2017 graduation ceremony.
Three faculty members at the School of Social Work have been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor. They are Drs. Carmela Alcántara, Heidi Allen, and Lynn Michalopoulos. Dr. Carmela Alcántara studies Latina/o immigrant health, the psychosocial context of cardiovascular