Rutgers School of Social Work will be represented at the Society for Social Work & Research (SSWR)'s 28th Annual Conference from January 10-14, 2024 by a number of presentations being hosted by our faculty, postdocs, Ph.D. students, lecturers, alumni, and staff.
Judith McCoyd is an Associate Professor and Associate Director for Doctoral Programs at Rutgers School of Social Work. Dr. McCoyd discusses National Grief Awareness Day, how the social work community can observe it, and ways social workers can support their clients as they navigate grief.
Dr. Anthony Estreet, CEO of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and a highly esteemed leader in the field of social work, will deliver the School of Social Work's convocation address on May 15, 2023.
Younger mothers with children by multiple fathers are more likely to experience psychological or physical harassment, economic abuse and sexual violence than younger mothers who have children with only one partner, a new Rutgers study finds.
Amal Killawi is one of only 100 doctoral students in the U.S. and Canada who were selected to receive a prestigious $20,000 Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) Scholar Award.
Ph.D. student Kate Golden is a recipient of the University & Bevier Dissertation Completion Fellowship, a highly competitive award designed to provide support during a doctoral candidate’s final year of dissertation work at Rutgers.