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Meet MSW Student Etsegenet Kedir Mohammed

Etsegenet Kedir Mohammed shares her ambitions in the social work field and also offers some facts about her homeland, Ethiopia….

May 7 @ 5:06 pm

Reimagining Collaboration in Mental Health, Societal Bias and Black Communities With Microsoft

CSSW Professor Desmond Upton Patton works with the tech giant to shape new AI strategies that take into account the…

May 5 @ 1:07 pm

Students Set Up First Columbia University Chapter of the Association of Black Social Workers

Open to any person of African ancestry across the University, the chapter will focus on the social welfare needs of…

May 3 @ 11:09 pm

2021 GOLDSON LECTURE: The Promise of Prevention Science in Addressing Early Childhood Adversity

Prolonged trauma in early childhood can be devastating, but there is also a window of opportunity for interventions, says Dr….

May 3 @ 6:52 pm

Reactions to the Derek Chauvin Verdict by Two CSSW Professors

Two of our professors, Carmela Alcántara and Courtney Cogburn, contributed to an “In Brief” feature on Columbia News, Reactions to…

April 23 @ 9:36 pm

COVID Poses New Challenges for the Field of Addiction Treatment, But Lowers Barriers for Treatment Options

In this post for our special series on social work in times of crisis, the HEALing Communities Study and the…

April 23 @ 7:26 pm

Using Technology to Uncover Adolescents’ Patterns of Social Connectedness During COVID

In this post for our special series on social work in times of crisis, Assistant Professor Alissa Davis, who leads…

April 21 @ 4:17 pm

Calling for Columbia University to Reimagine Its Potential to Contribute to Society, Post-COVID

In this post for our special series on social work in times of crisis, Associate Professor Courtney Cogburn, who leads…

April 9 @ 10:32 pm

Reimagining the Future After a Crisis: Falling Short, Winning Big, Challenging Norms, and Enacting Change

In this post for our special series on social work in times of crisis, the Center on Poverty and Social…

April 9 @ 10:30 pm

New Projects, New Tools, and a New Focus on COVID’s Most Vulnerable Populations

In this post for our special series on social work in times of crisis, the Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC)…

April 9 @ 10:09 pm

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