Alumnus Richard B. Stuart (MSW'60, DSW'65) champions the need for planning end-of-life care by publishing the "6 Steps Living Will" site. He shares his rationale here and encourages social workers to become more involved in this field.
We’ve spent nearly $19 trillion fighting poverty. What have we accomplished? This was the theme of a CATO conference held at Columbia University this past spring. Research scientist Christopher Wimer was a participant. In this podcast, he talks about the experience.
Full-time CSSW lecturer and alumna Amy Werman has received a CCNMTL grant to repurpose her course in program evaluation using the latest tech tools. In this article, she explains the new model she will be piloting in the fall.
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