An UF-FSU Translational Health Research Seed Grant was recently awarded to an interdisciplinary team of Florida State University faculty for a study to address chronic disease in rural populations. The pilot study will test the feasibility and acceptability of a chronic disease risk reduction program among rural adult participants.
The Florida Institute for Child Welfare at the Florida State University College of Social Work invites applications for a Director (research faculty) position. The Institute is seeking candidates with a strong knowledge of child welfare system, preferably Florida’s system and its complexities, and unique and varying needs across the state. Candidates must demonstrate a successful track record of a leadership role in a child welfare organization, agency, or institute, as well the ability of leading change initiatives at a large scale.
UPDATE September 26, 2022:
Due to Hurricane Ian, the FSU Alumni Association has postponed this week's Homecoming events Thursday, September 29 through Sunday, October, 2, including Friday's parade.
All College of Social Work events related to Homecoming will be canceled.
Florida State University's Tallahassee and Panama City campuses will be closed Thursday, September 29 and Friday, September 30. Additionally, the College of Social Work will be closed on Wednesday, September 28.
As a young adult, Dr. Kristy Anderson worked as a direct support provider for persons with disabilities. Her experiences brought to her attention how often services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities were inadequate and underfunded. She also noticed frequent disparities in quality of life, particularly for those in rural communities and for those socioeconomically disadvantaged.
We invite applications for a campus-based 9-month, full-time, non-tenure-track faculty position with opportunities for promotion and multi-year contracts. Primary responsibilities are: (a) teaching in the BSW and MSW Programs and (b) participation in committee work or other service to the College. The teaching load is four courses each in the Fall and Spring semesters. Candidates with a strong interest in teaching, are encouraged to apply. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to respecting and promoting a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion in their teaching.
The College of Social Work is eager to welcome all of our students including our latest cohort of doctoral students. Each comes to Florida State University with diverse backgrounds and experiences and a dedication to social work research and scholarship that will benefit the profession and the populations it serves.
Jessica Griel-Burkhart joined the FSU College of Social Work faculty at the beginning of 2021 as an instructional specialist. This fall she will step into the the role of assistant teaching faculty with field education faculty advising undergraduate and graduate social work students as they navigate their field internships and teaching clinical social work classes.
The Florida State University College of Social Work (FSU CSW) invites applications for a tenure-earning open-rank faculty position beginning in the Fall of 2023. The College educates students through its BSW, MSW (Clinical and Social Leadership concentrations) and research-focused Ph.D. programs. The College is seeking candidates with research agendas that contribute to collaborative research in demonstrably fundable areas. Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to teaching, research, external funding, and professional service.