• Alumni Breakfast

    Join us for our annual Alumni Breakfast during FSU's Homecoming Weekend on October 20th from 9-11 a.m.

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  • FSU Online MSW Program Open House - Atlanta

    The FSU Online MSW Program is coming to Atlanta, Georgia on September 27th!

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  • Welcome to Faculty Member Michael Killian

    FSU College of Social Work welcomes Assistant Professor Dr. Michael Killian.

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  • Building Stronger Students: FSU Launches Student Resilience Project

    The Institute for Family Violence Studies has released its Student Resilience Project, an interactive online tool to improve student well-being.

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  • Welcome to Faculty Member Tanya Renn

    FSU College of Social Work welcomes Assistant Professor Dr. Tanya Renn.

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  • Social Work Alumni Group (SWAG)

    Introducing an Alumni Association Networking Group for FSUCSW alumni.

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  • Welcome to Faculty Member Shalay Jackson

    FSU College of Social Work welcomes Assistant Teaching Professor Dr. Shalay Jackson .

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  • Student highlight: Kaylyn Thigpen

    Learn more about BSW student Kaylyn Thigpen's journey of personal and public advocacy.

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  • Social Work Faculty Assist in Launch of Inaugural Fostering Success Program

    Faculty members Carol Edwards and Pam MacDill assisted with the launch of the Foster Success Program with a Success Institute at FSU.

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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

FSU College of Social Work Launches Inaugural Lecture Series
Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Florida State University’s Institute for Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families, and Children (CFC Center) launches its inaugural research lecture series: “Engage, Inform, & Influence” this September.

Leader in Criminal Justice Research joins FSU Social Work faculty
Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Social work researcher, Carrie Pettus-Davis, joined the FSU College of Social Work faculty this summer to continue the research she started at the Washington University in St. Louis on criminal justice and prison reform.

Experiencing Australia through an Exchange Program
Monday, August 27, 2018

“I love traveling and have always had a spirit for adventuring. In addition, I always dreamed of traveling to Australia one day,” Mary Green said when reflecting on her decision to pursue a study abroad opportunity in  Australia.

Mary described her four and half months in at Griffith University in Gold Coast, Australia as life-changing. From February through June of 2018, she experienced life as an Australian college student taking four social work courses. 

Dr. Jessica Pryce Highlights Implicit Bias through Child Welfare TEDTalk
Thursday, August 23, 2018

Dr. Jessica Pryce and her team at the Florida Institute for Child Welfare (Institute) are continuously working with researchers and organizations to find effective, evidence-based solutions to child welfare challenges in Florida. As a part of this mission, Pryce has actively sought out unique, innovative opportunities to inform and address the challenges present in child welfare.

Alumnus Awarded U.S. Public Health Service Meritorious Service Medal
Monday, August 13, 2018

There are many ways to serve your country, and the career of Captain Jay A. Seligman (MSW, 2000; BSW, 1999) reflects a lifetime of dedicated service to both his country and its citizens. After four years of service as a clinical social worker and an Officer with the United States Air Force, Captain Seligman knew he wanted to serve in a different capacity. He commissioned with the  United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and received an assignment with the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) in 1998.


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