• Military Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon - Tampa

    Caregivers of military service members and veterans are invited to a special event February 2nd celebrating our heroes at home.

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  • Creating Connections Through Food and Memories

    MSW student Adrienne Capeless took on a special project in her Loss and Bereavement class to remember loved ones.

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  • Celebrating Fall 2017 Graduates

    Fall 2017 graduates and guests celebrating with FSU College of Social Work at the fall graduation reception.

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  • Peace Corps Coverdell Fellowship Comes to FSU

    The Coverdell Fellowship is offered to Returning Peace Corps Volunteers pursuing an MSW degree at FSU.

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  • Alumni Lisa Jackson: An Unconquered Ally for Students

    Learn more about alumna Lisa Jackson's work with the FSU Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement and Unconquered Scholars Program.

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  • Dr. Amy Ai and other Barbour Scholars Recognized for Excellence

    In a centennial celebration, faculty member Dr. Ai and other Barbour Scholars were honored at the University of Michigan.

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  • College of Social Work receives gift to establish new center

    The Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families and Children was created with the support of The Stoops Family Foundation, Inc.

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  • Take Your Passion Online

    Our Online MSW program offers convenience and ease to adult learners.

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  • Operation Family Caregiver

    The College is offering services to caregivers of veterans throughout the Southeast.

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Recent News

Student Highlight: Garnet & Gold Scholars Scholar Kimberly Clarke
Monday, January 08, 2018

While on the lookout for an honors program at FSU, Kimberly found that Garnet and Gold Scholars, which supported her personal values of scholarship, service, and leadership. The program welcomed 53 new members in December and facilitates student involvement in the areas of international, internship, leadership, research and service engagement.

Adrienne Capeless: Creating Connection Through Food and Memories
Thursday, December 21, 2017

Social work students are often challenged during their coursework to bridge the divide between the professional and the personal as they develop the skill sets to connect with clients and make a difference in the lives of vulnerable populations. Delving into the personal also aids in self-awareness about personal strengths and challenges that affect social work practice.

FSU Social Work Faculty Amp Up International Collaboration and Global Impact in 2017
Wednesday, December 20, 2017

This year was marked by abundant opportunities for FSU College of Social Work to make new international connections and to develop collaborations on the world stage. Faculty teamed up with partnering universities and colleagues at leading universities from other continents to bring about innovative scholarship, training, and dialogue. Here are some of the highlights of the FSU social work faculty’s efforts in 2017 all over the globe.

FSU Social Work Celebrates Fall 2017 Graduates
Tuesday, December 19, 2017

On December 15, 2017, FSU College of Social Work celebrated with fall 2017 graduates and their guests at special ceremony and reception in the Oglesby Ballrooms on FSU’s Tallahassee main campus. Dean Jim Clark presided over the occasion with MSW Program Director Fran Gomory presenting MSW students with their FSU College of Social Work alumni pins.

“What Were You Wearing?” Exhibit Put on by FSU Social Work Students
Wednesday, December 13, 2017

During November, undergraduate (BSW) social work students in faculty member Carol Campbell Edward’s Diversity and Social Justice Class put on their own “What Were You Wearing?” Exhibit to increase awareness of sexual assault and clothing bias.


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