The Columbia School of Social Work will celebrate the launch of its new Center on Poverty and Social Policy with a mini-conference and reception showcasing the work of social policy faculty and other experts.
Dr. Martha B. Peláez, who for nine years worked as the regional advisor on aging to the Pan American Health Organization, will speak at the Columbia School of Social Work's 2015 graduation ceremony, to be held on Wednesday May 20 at the Beacon Theatre.
Yuki Ohsaka (MS'15) reflects on what she learned as an Earth Institute AC4 Fellow doing research about fostering resilience in communities affected by natural disasters. Can these lessons apply to Nepal?
Columbia School of Social Work has been a leader in social work education and research since 1898. It joins rigorous academic theory with real-world practice to enhance the welfare of citizens and communities in New York City, the nation and around the world.