Learn more about CSSW's racial justice initiatives.

CSSW welcomes applications for a postdoctoral research scientist position. The successful candidate will have an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing anti-Black and/or anti-Latinx/a/o racism.

CSSW COVID-19 Updates

Click here for the latest communications issued by CSSW. Looking for social work volunteer opportunities, resources, and trainings for helping with the pandemic? See our Action Lab for Social Justice website. Classes that begin the week of January 17 resume in-person instruction on January 31. Don’t forget to upload your booster documentation by January 31.

What is it like to take classes online?

The online classroom is similar to the physical classroom in many ways. Classes are scheduled at a fixed time. Professors present information and students participate by raising their hands to answer questions, dividing into breakout groups for discussion, and giving short presentations.

The main differences are that sessions take place in a virtual space via Adobe Connect, and professors and students engage with one another via Webcams and microphones.

Also, before and after class, students complete their classwork using an online learning management system called Canvas, which permits them to access readings, view mini video lectures, and participate in discussion forums with their classmates.