• Student Workshop on Hospital Clowning and Laughter Therapy

    Social work students are encouraged to sign up for a workshop on January 31 with entertainer and former social worker David Engel.

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  • NASW-FL Spearheads Legislative, Education, and Advocacy Day

    Join NASW-FL President Carol Edwards in advocating for social work during LEAD on January 28!

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  • Social Work Student Inducted into Garnet and Gold Scholars

    Student Hannah Kinnon's focus on child welfare led her to be inducted into Garnet and Gold scholars through research, internship and service.

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  • Alumna Promotes the Importance of Safety in Social Work

    Janet Nelson has made it her mission to bring concepts of self-defense to social work and the helping professions.

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  • Technology and Data Driven Innovations for Criminal Justice Reform

    Join Dr. Carrie Pettus-Davis on Friday, February 7 for her presentation on the use of technology in data-driven solutions to criminal justice reform.

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  • 2020 CSW Scholarships Now Available

    Current social work students can apply for College of Social Work scholarships Jan. 1 - Feb. 28, 2020.

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  • Take Your Passion Online

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

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Recent News


NASW-FL Spearheads Legislative, Education, and Advocacy Day
Friday, January 10, 2020

The Florida Legislative Session begins on January 14, 2020. As the president of the National Association of Social Workers Florida Chapter (NASW-FL), I am eager to share this information with you regarding Legislation, Education, and Advocacy Day, or LEAD.  NASW-FL is geared up to advocate and lobby our representatives regarding several important bills that are pertinent to the social work profession and the individuals, families, and communities we serve.


FSU Students Use Resilience Training for Global Impact
Saturday, January 04, 2020

Florida State University launched the Student Resilience Project in 2018, but its impact is already long-lasting and wide-ranging.

The online toolkit, which teaches students stress reduction techniques and coping skills and provides an interactive platform for learning how to heal from trauma and improve mental health, started as a required course for new FSU students and has grown exponentially.


CFC Center: At A Glance, December 2019
Monday, December 16, 2019

At a Glance Update

The Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families and Children (CFC Center) was created with the support of the Stoops Family Foundation, Inc. in 2017. The purpose of the CFC Center is to generate and sustain translational knowledge for the development of effective policies, services and usable research.


 Social Work Student Inducted into Garnet and Gold Scholars
Thursday, December 12, 2019

As a Tallahassee native, Hannah Kinnon has always been proud of her hometown. “This city has a small-town community feel, coupled with the political and governmental opportunities a capital city provides,” she explained. “Attending FSU has given me an opportunity to experience a totally different side of my hometown.”


Alumna Promotes the Importance of Safety in Social Work
Monday, December 09, 2019

Martial arts and social work might not seem to have a lot of parallels at first, but social work alumna Janet Nelson (MSW, ’94) has made it her mission to bring concepts of self-defense to the social work and helping professional fields.


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