“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
Special Announcement from the School of Social Welfare
|You're Invited! 8th Annual Scholarship Luncheon
Please join us on December 4th for our 8th Annual Scholarship Luncheon to honor our Scholarship Awardees and our Donors, and celebrate the School’s 50th Anniversary.
We will also be paying tribute to Stephanie Wacholder, the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Special Projects, who will be leaving the school on December 31st.
At the event a scholarship in her honor will be formally announced.
Click here for details. Reservations are required, so be sure to reserve your space by November 26th by calling 591-8795 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE
Navigating Health Care
Congressman Paul Tonko observes a live enrollment in health insurance by UAlbany Navigator, Katie Merrill, 2nd year MSW student as she helps Brandon Bissell-Evans, UAlbany alumni, navigate and enroll on the NYS of Health Marketplace.
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Addressing Youth Homelessness
On Monday February 16, 2015 the School of Social Welfare's Professor Hal Lawson and doctoral student Lisa Wilson-Goode hosted the Innovative Policies and Practices to Address Youth Homelessness: An Important Exemplar from Australia.
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SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE NEWS FROM THE UALBANY NEWSCENTER