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Criminal Justice: The Challenge of Translational Research


Dean Jim Clark and Dr. Stephen Tripodi of the Florida State University (FSU) College of Social Work hosted a multidisciplinary conference aimed at showcasing research efforts in the area of mass incarceration and discussing the translational opportunities and challenges of research-practice collaborations in the criminal justice system. Drs. Carrie Pettus-Davis (Washington University in St. Louis), Matt Epperson (University of Chicago), and Stephen Tripodi presented their research on the correlates, consequences, and costs of mass incarceration […]

Social work professor awarded Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair

Amy Ai

Amy Ai, a professor in the College of Social Work has been granted a Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair for the 2016-2017 academic year. She also holds an appointment with the FSU College of Medicine’s Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine and is affiliated with FSU’s Claude Pepper Center. The Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair is the most prestigious appointment in the Fulbright Scholar Program. Ai is one of about 40 people in the United States […]

Dean Jim Clark inducted into University of Kentucky Social Work Hall of Fame


On May 5, 2016 the University of Kentucky College of Social Work (UK CSW) inducted two new members into its Hall of Fame including Florida State University College of Social Work Dean Jim Clark, along with Margaret Hazelette a school social worker and educator known for her advocacy of social work licensure and social justice for all those that social work serves. The UK CSW inducted its first members into the Hall of Fame in […]

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