News: Education Policy
Dean’s Spring Lecture Series Spotlights the Scholarship of Race and Racism
Topics addressed thus far include data racialization, educational disparities, and the constraints of life after prison. This past semester, the…
3 Questions for…Adjunct Professor Ife Lenard
Adjunct Professor Ife Lenard, who earned an MSW from our School in 1999 and an EdM in Education Leadership from…
Ask Not Whether Men of Color Are Ready for College—Ask Whether Colleges Are Ready for Them
Professor Ron Mincy (right) greets CSSW alumnus Nathan Smith, who received his MSW in 2002 and is the Director of…
School Retention and Health in Uganda: A CSSW-MSPH Collaboration
This video was created for the World Health Organization, and is being screened this week at its General Assembly. It highlights the collaboration between CSSW’s Dr. Fred Ssewamala and MSPH’s Dr. John Santelli in developing interventions to prevent Ugandan youth who are risk of HIV infection, from dropping out of school.
CAREERS IN SOCIAL WORK 3: Kathleen Chiarantona (MS’12)
Continuing our series of posts on social work careers, we talk to CUSSW alumna Kathleen Chiarantona (MS’12), who works in HHS on the Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Program.
Child Advocacy Requires Careful Choice of Rhetoric, Says Expert
William T. Gormley, a recent visiting scholar at CUSSW, and a University Professor and professor of government and public policy at Georgetown, presents the premise of his latest book, that child advocates should take care in choosing their rhetoric and “issue frame.”
FACULTY-IN-THE-NEWS ROUNDUP, Fall 2012
JANE WALDFOGEL, FRED SSEWAMALA, and NEERAJ KAUSHAL have all been quoted or featured in the mainstream media recently.