Roe v. Wade has been overturned: Here Are Five Actions to Take

Roe v. Wade has been overturned. We knew the decision was coming, but that doesn’t take away the pain the…

June 24 @ 3:54 pm

Columbia University and Committee of 100 to Commence Joint Research on the Economic and Sociopolitical Situation of Today’s Chinese American Population

Columbia University’s School of Social Work, one of the world’s leading research universities, and Committee of 100, a non-profit membership…

June 1 @ 5:15 pm

Leading Educator and Columbia Trustee Wanda Holland Greene to Give Keynote Address at 2022 Graduation

The Columbia School of Social Work is excited to announce that Wanda Holland Greene will be the keynote speaker at…

May 3 @ 1:29 am

Kathy Marsala’s 50 Years of Lessons and What’s to Come

“I’m half a century.” Kathy laughs. Even through a staticky computer screen, Yesenia Marsala, who goes by Kathy, radiates pride…

April 29 @ 8:03 pm

Meet 15 ‘Lions of Social Justice’ From the Class of 2022

For many 2022 graduates their time at Columbia has been marked by a pandemic that has forced the world to…

April 28 @ 8:32 pm

ICYMI: Dr. Maria Y. Rodriguez on How Historic Poverty Shaped Today’s Child Welfare Policies (Video)

“[W]hen we think of some of the important child welfare policies of today, [we are seeing] child welfare as it…

March 30 @ 7:56 pm

School of Social Work Hosts Three Displaced Scholars

Scholarship recipients will use their social work training to improve mental health or social and political conditions in their home…

March 14 @ 12:26 pm

ICYMI: Dr. Victoria Frye on Decreasing HIV Stigma and Homophobia (Video)

“[We] can tell you how much tree canopy there is. . . how much litter there is. But no one…

March 9 @ 3:51 pm

ICYMI: Dr. Tanya L. Sharpe on Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (Video)

“In the beginning of my work, I began to simply ask the questions of Black survivors of homicide victims…. ‘What…

February 16 @ 9:53 pm

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