News: CUSSW Alumni
Attention, alumni! You still have time to join one of the events arranged by CUSSW’s Alumni office.
If you’re about to graduate and still looking for a job, networking opportunities cannot crop up often enough. In this short video, find out why the Second Year Reps on SUEB decided to organize a student-alumni networking brunch on March 3rd. (And sign up if you haven’t already!)
As Black History Month draws to a close, we turn to recent graduate Moiyattu Banya (MS’09), a passionate social entrepreneur who specializes in African women’s empowerment, for some inspiration.
Dr. Helen Rehr, CUSSW aluma extraordinaire, has died. She was 93. “We celebrate her life, her many contributions, and her unwavering commitment to social work,” said Dean Jeanette Takamura.
CUSSW alumna Teresa Ann Willis (’05) has written a novel for young adults confronting the problem of self-hatred among African-descended people in the Americas.
The U.S. Navy dropped anchor for the first time at the School of Social Work, as alumna Jennifer Bornemann (MSSW, 2000), who now serves as an officer in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, introduced Commander Stephen Bromberek, the director of social work at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.