Kainen Bell, a 2017 graduate of the Columbia School of Social Work’s Advanced Standing Program, has received a Fulbright grant…
The use of technology in social work practice is steadily growing, as is the use of technology in the social…
In this podcast we talk to Mark Rodgers about his career path combining training in Rogerian psychotherapy with running his own marketing agency. Rodgers was a participant in one of this year’s clinical grand rounds.
Dr. Jack Shonkoff, the 2014 Lucille N. Austin Lecturer, has a long connection with the social work profession. In this podcast, he talks about how social work practice may change with at-risk children as a result of new findings on the brain’s early development.
The Workplace Center at the Columbia School of Social Work, in partnership with the Council on Social Work Education, has been awarded funding to integrate career development and employment, financial literacy, and self-sufficiency competencies into the curricula for CSWE-accredited programs.
In this podcast, alumnus Matt Omelagah has some choice words of advice for students who are interested in pursuing a social work degree in social enterprise administration.
In the first of an occasional series featuring members of the Columbia School of Social Work community who have served as agents of social change, Alexis Meisen tells the story of how the ice cream shop she co-founded in Brooklyn ended up opening a branch in Rwanda. Watch video.
The preeminent Social Enterprise Administration (SEA) program created and sustained by Professor Sheila (“Shelley”) Akabas will continue under the acting directorship of Professor Steven Schinke. Lecturer Monique Jethwani-Keyser will serve as convener for the program.
Continuing our series of posts on social work careers, we talk to CUSSW alumna Kristin Meyer (MS’10), who works in the area of corporate social responsibility at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
Professor Shelley Akabas has just now announced her decision to retire. Over four decades, she has educated more than a thousand CUSSW students and mentored hundreds. Besides developing the Workplace Center, she developed, designed, and led the Social Enterprise Administration (SEA) method and the World of Work field of practice. Add your tribute to the comments!