News: Child Welfare
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…
UNICEF Publishes China Center Report on Multidimensional Child Poverty
Researchers at the School of Social Work have provided new evidence to policymakers and the public about the levels, trends,…
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….
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…
Conferences, Collaboration, and Learning to Cook: A Visiting Scholar’s Year at the China Center
As a doctoral student at the School of Finance at Renmin University of China and a member of the China…
New Study: Through Welfare, States Are Widening Black-White Child Poverty Gap
A poverty studies scholar uncovers racial bias in choices states make in the use and distribution of federal assistance benefits….
Interim Dean Garfinkel Contributes to Study on Slashing Child Poverty
In a new National Academies report, Interim Dean Irwin Garfinkel and colleagues identify the most effective policy means for reducing…
CSSW’s SAFElab Initiative Featured in Leading Science Journal
The September 4 issue of Nature, the world’s leading multidisciplinary science journal, features the work of associate professor Desmond U….
Irwin Garfinkel Appointed to National Panel of Experts to Build Agenda to Cut Child Poverty in Half in 10 Years
The United States may be the world’s richest nation, but according to the U.S. Census, one in three children (a…
Alumna Teams Up with CSSW to Train New Generation of Foster Care Caseworkers for NYC
Liv Anna Homstead (MS‘12) has been partnering with the School of Social Work in developing a support system for overburdened caseworkers in New York City’s foster care system, as part of her work with Children’s Corps.