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In Memoriam: Lieutenant Governor Sheila Y. Oliver

On August 1, 2023, we lost an exceptional and valued member of the CSSW community, Lieutenant Governor Sheila Y. Oliver….

CSSW Makes an Impact at the Society for Social Work and Research Conference

Rigorous research for social justice, collaboration, and evidence-based practice are just a few of the shared values that The Society…

Setting New Year’s Resolutions: Be Kind to Yourself

The beginning of the calendar for many of us marks the season to set new intentions. Whether via social media,…

Embracing The Night: Self Care for Social Workers During Daylight Saving

In the delicate balance between aiding others and maintaining personal well-being, it’s essential to remember that self-care is not selfish….

No Shave, No Care: How Social Workers Can Highlight Men’s Health in Movember

Every November since its inception, we witness men of all ages making a seemingly simple choice- to scrap their razors…

Social Workers: The Vital Force in Addressing Mental Health

During an unprecedented mental health crisis, with millions of individuals are confronting mental health challenges, social workers have risen as…

Bridging the Gap: The Urgent Need for Social Workers

In the midst of a tight labor market affecting nearly every occupation, the shortage of social workers has emerged as…

The Diversity of Social Work: How Shared Experiences Shape The Field

Social workers are the backbone of a compassionate and just society. While this path might come with challenges, the rewards…

50 years of Hip-Hop: Exploring the Transformative Influence of Hip-Hop on the Field of Social Work

“Hip hop was set out in the dark. They used to do it out in the park.” – MC Shane,…

Partnership for our Children: A collaboration between Higher Ed and Community Partners

The National CARES Mentoring Movement, an organization committed to healing and transforming the lives of Black children growing up in…