CFC Center Receives SAMHSA Grant to Create Substance Use Disorder Curriculum
A team from Florida State University’s College of Social Work has received a $200,000 grant to develop a new evidence-based curriculum related to substance use disorders.
Three Sisters Share the Goal of Helping Others
Meagan Beecher-Best and her sisters Madison and Morgan Beecher earned their BSW degree together at the Panama City campus through Hurricane Michale and a pandemic.
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.
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.
Two Social Work Student Receive Academic Leadership Awards
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
FSU College of Social Work students Rose Antoine and Bushra Rashid both received a 2020 Academic Leadership Award for contributions made in and out of the classroom.
Faculty, staff and student winners of Academic Leadership Awards were honored digitally due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Message from the College of Social Work in Response to Recent Events
Monday, June 01, 2020
The community at the FSU College of Social Work is alarmed and saddened by the escalating violence careening across our country, triggered by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. We join FSU President Thrasher’s
Faculty Member Leads NASW-FL to Offer Webinars to Connect with Students
Monday, June 01, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic gained a foothold in the US and colleges and universities were moving online, Carol Campbell Edwards, an assistant teaching professor at the FSU College of Social Work, was inspired to develop a Spring 2020 webinar series that would promote virtual engagement for social work students who were suddenly disconnected and isolated.
Doctoral Graduate Joins Southern Illinois University Faculty
Friday, May 29, 2020
Recent graduate R. Lane Forsman was able to successfully defend his dissertation on February 28th before the U.S. had seen the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Despite all the current uncertainties surrounding the pandemic, Lane is excited to join the faculty of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville (SIUE).
Social Work Faculty Receive Grants to Fight COVID-19
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
The FSU Office of Research Development organized its eleventh Collaborative Collison event to bring faculty from various departments across the university to work together on projects that specifically target the current COVID-19 pandemic.