• Social Work Faculty Receive Grants to Examine the Impact of COVID-19

    Drs. Michael Killian, Melissa Radey and Dina Wilke each received a grant to examine the effects of the pandemic on vulnerable populations.

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  • Social Work Students Receive Academic Leadership Awards

    Recent Graduates Bushra Rashid (MSW) and Rose Antoine (BSW) each received an FSU Academic Leadership Award for contributions in and out of the classroom.

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  • Faculty Member Leads NASW-FL to Offer Webinars to Connect with Students

    Carol Campbell Edwards co-led an effort by NASW-FL to connect with students during the COVID-19 pandemic, connecting them with the social work profession and community.

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  • Faculty Member Receives Undergraduate Teaching Award

    Keithen Mathis receive the award as commendation for his undergraduate course instruction..

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  • Doctoral Graduate Joins the Faculty of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville

    R. Lane Forsman joins the SIUE faculty this fall to share his expertise in LGBTQ+ issues.

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  • Dr. Shalay Jackson received this 2020 teaching award for her efforts to engage students with the local community.

    Faculty Member Receives Community Engaged Teaching Award

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  • Coronavirus Resilience Briefs for Children

    Dr. Machelle Madsen Thompson, a social work researcher and adjunct professor, has created resilience briefs for children to understand the Coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Nourish to Flourish Project

    This video project provides recognition, appreciation, and support to social workers and health professionals through the collaboration of the FSU CFC Center, College of Social Work and NASW-FL.

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  • FSU Coronavirus Updates

    Updates from FSU can be found on fsu.edu/coronavirus.

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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


Center Continues Services for Children, Families and Teachers Online
Tuesday, July 07, 2020

The FSU Multidisciplinary Center (MDC) housed at the FSU College of Social Work has provided a range of empirically-based psychological services to a diverse client population with complex academic, medical, emotional, or behavioral problems for more than thirty-five years. Services include diagnostic evaluations, therapeutic interventions for children, along with teacher and family consultation.


FSU Researcher Addresses Congress on Social Work and the Future of Policing
Tuesday, July 07, 2020

FSU College of Social Work Associate Professor Carrie Pettus-Davis addressed congressional leaders as part of a panel on social work and policing. On June 30, 2020, four experts convened to discuss social work's role in the future of policing. Moderated by Charles E.


Social Work Interns Assist with Brevard United Way COVID-19 Response
Tuesday, July 07, 2020

When Alexis Smith and Julia Kendall heard about an opportunity for a supported summer internship in their home county of Brevard, they both jumped at the chance. “I was so excited to be able to serve my home county during this difficult time in any way that I could, as well as gain experience in this wonderful field,” said Julia, a double major in social work and psychology.


FSU Multidisciplinary Team Receives NIH Grant to Study Medication Adherence in Child Organ Transplants
Tuesday, June 30, 2020

A team from Florida State University has received more than $400,000 from the National Institutes of Health to investigate how closely children who receive a heart, liver or kidney transplant adhere to medication regimens post-surgery.


Institute Provides Tools for Resilience and Support during Pandemic
Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Director for the Institute for Family Violence Studies (IFVS), Karen Oehme admits that the social distancing and other results of the COVID-19 pandemic have posed a challenge to the institute, which highly emphasizes teamwork. Collaboration has continued, but the context has changed to one of the virtual connections and the resurgence of phone calls and conferences.  She and her team are grateful that federal work-study students, graduate assistants and interns are still allowed to work on institute projects from afar.


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