Our mission is to use the medium of radio to educate and enlighten our university and extended communities about social work trends and current practices provided by social workers.
The Social Workers Radio Talk Show was conceived as a unique opportunity for the University at Albany's School of Social Welfare students to explore media opportunities in radio hosting, production and prep.
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WCDB 90.9 FM
Tuesdays 9-10am et
Most Recent Shows
With May being Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Awareness Month, our show features a mother and advocate who is taking steps to find a cure for CF. Ms. Nina Nardacci discusses how the diagnosis of her daughter led her to become an advocate, the supports needed for families who have children with medical issues, and how we all can help in finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. Click here to find out more about Drea's Dream Team.
Undergraduate students in Dr. Keith Chan's 'Social Welfare in the US' class created a video as a way to raise awareness about mental illness, mobilize people to come forward to end the silence, and for allies to support those who are going through these experiences. They reached out using social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, to find real people to be a part of this project. It started as a final assignment for the class, but this is being shared on YouTube, and the students are using this to begin a movement (#DontJudgeMeCampaign). They spoke with Professor Keith Chan regarding the inspiration for this video.