The Social Workers Radio Talk Show

The Social Workers Radio Talk Show

The Social Workers Radio Talk Show

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.

Current Issues. Current Experts.

WCDB 90.9 FM
Albany NY
Thursdays 10-11 am EST
Missed Us Live? All past episodes can be found on our YouTube Channel

Latest Show

Dr. Mary McCarthy, of UAlbany School of Social Welfare, discusses the importance of college students registering to vote and participating in elections. She speaks about the importance of voting to political action, community power and social justice.

Joe Bonilla - managing partner, senior media director, and co-founder of Relentless Awareness - joined us for an engaging and informative discussion about voting, election polling and how campaigns are evolving.

Featured Shows

Dr. Erlene Grise-Owens and Dr. Justin "Jay" Miller, editors of 'The A-to-Z Self-Care Handbook'

Dr. Danna Bodenheimer, author of 'On Clinical Social Work: Meditations and Truths From the Field'        

































School of Social Welfare Pioneers Radio Program