An interdisciplinary team spanning the School of Public Health, the School of Social Welfare and the College of Arts & Sciences found there is a lack of research guiding telemental healthcare for pandemic relief, combined with an inadequate ability for the system to address telemental health disparities.
The Internships in Aging Project (IAP), with sponsorship from the Albany Guardian Society, will present a virtual workshop entitled, Older Adult Mental Health: The Worthy Challenge of Ensuring that a Long Life will be a Good Life, on November 3, 2021.
The School of Social Welfare has announced the awardees for the 2021-2022 SSW Scholarships. With over 150 applications for the 13 different scholarships available to students at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, this year was particularly competitive.
Catherine Lawrence, associate professor in the School of Social Welfare, believes a greater diversity of the child welfare workforce could significantly mitigate disparate negative outcomes for children and families of color.
UAlbany President Havidán Rodríguez, Hudson Valley President Roger Ramsammy and Albany Law School President and Dean Alicia Ouellette prepare to unveil a new program on Wednesday, Aug. 25, designed to expand opportunities for students throughout New York and beyond.
Several members of the School of Social Welfare family were honored with 2021 Lavender Awards. The Lavender awards celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and allied faculty, staff, and students for their work in promoting LGBTQ+ equity at UAlbany.
A new pilot program launched last week to meet the needs of those experiencing mental health crises in the Hilltowns of Albany County is aided by researchers in the School of Public Health and the School of Social Welfare.