News: International Studies
Congratulations to Associate Professor Craig Schwalbe for being awarded tenure by Columbia University! Dr. Schwalbe’s scholarship has been dedicated to the advancement of practice and program development related to court-involved youth.
Trélan Holder (MS’06) is the president-elect of the CUSSW Alumni Association. In this interview, she tells us why she came to Columbia and what she hopes to achieve during her tenure.
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.
In honor of Chinese New Year, we present highlights from the lecture series given by the Dean and several faculty during their trip to China in December.
Announcing the release of a booklet listing the achievements of nine CUSSW doctoral students, program chair Julien Teitler mentioned their “broad range of important topics, including child obesity, foster care, adult and adolescent mental health, gender-based violence, and resilience among at-risk women in developing countries.”
Under the auspices of the Srinivasan Services Trust (SST), two students—Golda Calonge and Kimberly Nasatir—journeyed to Tamil Nadu, India, for eight weeks last summer.
WORLD AIDS DAY 2012: Time to Listen to Service Providers, the Unsung Heroes in the Fight Against AIDS
To reach the goal of “zero AIDS” in our lifetime, more provider-research partnerships are needed, argues Professor Rogério Meireles Pinto.
Professor Nabila El-Bassel wonders whether policy makers who have set the zero AIDS goal are accounting for the unique situation of at-risk women and girls—a population that historically has not received as much attention as other key groups.