“The School of Social Welfare consists of excellent students, passionate faculty, and an outstanding staff. My experience in the baccalaureate program has been exceptional.”
Christie Allen, Baccalaureate Program Class of 2014
“As a student, I have been able to organize a conference, help to develop a curriculum and participate in an independent study on Human Trafficking.”
Lima James, MSW Class of 2014
“The School of Social Welfare is an excellent choice for returning students, whether you have been out of school for a decade or several you will feel welcomed by students and staff.”
Samantha Fletcher, MSW Class of 2014
“The classes that I am taking combined with my field experience have intensified my passion for wanting to work with and help others.”
Maria Mastroianni, MSW Class of 2015
“I am continuously impressed by the School of Social Welfare. I have enjoyed participating in a variety of diverse learning experiences that have helped shape my professional and personal goals.”
Kate Kowalski, MSW Class of 2015
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE NEWS FROM THE UALBANY NEWSCENTER
$10 Million NIH Endowment Grant Positions UAlbany as the Leading Northeast Hub for Health Disparities Education and Research
The University has been awarded a $10 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) endowment grant, with which it will launch a major public engagement initiative to address the future of minority health disparities in the Northeastern United States.
The transdisciplinary nature of the new $10 million NIH endowment grant will involve nearly 50 faculty in six of UAlbany’s nine schools and colleges.