• FSU Social Work welcomes new faculty member: Dr. John Mathias

    Learn more about Dr. Mathias's research on environmental justice.

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  • Social Work Dean and attorney partner to Tell the Client’s Story

    Dean Jim Clark and Ed Monahan recently published "Telling the Client's Story: Mitigation in Criminal and Death Penalty Cases."

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  • Doctoral student joins Florida Atlantic faculty

    Read more about Danielle Groton's research on homelessness and her new faculty position.

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  • Interdisciplinary team publishes co-parenting policy recommendations

    FSU Team publishes new policy recommendation to make divorce training “trauma-informed”

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  • Doctoral student joins National University of Singapore faculty

    Read more about Dr. Jungup Lee's exciting research on cyberbullying and her new faculty position.

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  • Alumna honored as Florida Social Worker of the Year

    NASW Florida named FSU alumna Prudence Williams Social Worker of the Year for Florida.

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  • Social Work faculty among FSU Fulbright Scholars to share expertise worldwide

    Dr. Machelle Madsen Thompson received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grant to work in Hong Kong.

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  • Faculty member receives “Partners with a Purpose” Award

    Pam MacDill was recognized for her work with the Unconquered Scholars Program.

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  • Real life role models: FSU hosts free summer camp for youth

    The CSW Arts & Athletics camp welcomes it's sixth annual group of local youths to campus.

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  • Alumni Profiles: The Exciting Careers of the Institute for Family Violence Studies’ Former Interns

    Six alumni who worked for the IFVS share about current success and reflect on their student experiences.

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Recent News


FSU Team publishes new policy recommendation to make divorce training “trauma-informed”
Monday, July 24, 2017

Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce, an online FSU multidisciplinary training/research project housed in the Institute for Family Violence Studies at the College of Social Work, has presented a new policy recommendation asserting that co-parent education for divorcing parents should be “trauma-informed.” An article describing this research, “Trauma-Informed Co-Parenting: How A Shift in Compulsory Divorce Education to Reflect New Brain Development Research Can Promote Both Parents


Social Work welcomes newest faculty member: Dr. John Mathias
Thursday, July 20, 2017

This fall, the FSU College of Social Work will welcome a new addition to its faculty, Dr. John Mathias. A recent graduate of the University of Michigan with a joint doctoral degree in anthropology and social work, his research focuses on qualitative studies of community organizations, advocacy, and non-profit management.


Social Work Dean and attorney partner to Tell the Client’s Story
Monday, July 17, 2017

Social work and the legal profession have many unique and sometimes unexpected intersections. The same can be said for partnerships between social workers and lawyers.


Doctoral student joins Florida Atlantic faculty
Monday, July 10, 2017

Arriving at Florida State University as an undergraduate with an interest in film and creative writing, Danielle, or Dani, Groton thought a major in marketing and advertising was a practical use of her skills. But something was missing, and she wasn’t quite satisfied with the trajectory of such a career. A visit to the FSU Career Center introduced Dani to the possibilities social work had to offer.


Doctoral student joins National University of Singapore faculty
Monday, July 03, 2017

Growing up in South Korea, FSU College of Social Work doctoral student Jungup Lee witnessed at time of rapid economic growth, but she also noticed the severe competition, inequality and social discrimination that accompanied it. “I was curious why there were gaps in social status, gender, race, or political group,” Jungup reflected.


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