Professor Karen Tabb Dina was recently featured in an NPR story on the topic of disparities in Maternal Mortality and Medicaid Extension for postpartum people. The number of American women dying from pregnancy-related complications continues to rise. Many maternal health experts say one key to curbing that is making sure new mothers don't lose their health insurance.
Professor Will Schneider is one of five early-career researchers selected for the William T. Grant Scholars Class of 2026. Schneider will study how housing and income support policies reduce or prevent child maltreatment, particularly child neglect, among families facing economic hardship.
The School of Social Work is excited to release the first issue of our research newsletter, providing a brief snapshot of the outstanding research with real world impact that is taking place at our school. Each issue will be organized around a theme that is critical to the advancement of social work.
The School of Social Work has partnered with Campus Ink to offer a limited release apparel store. This store will only be available until May 17, 2021, and will ship on May 26, 2021. Items include t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, and masks.
Make a positive impact in the community, build your resume, and fulfill your passion for helping others this summer with the We CU Community Engaged Scholars program. Whether you track the service hours you are already doing, choose from our virtual volunteer opportunities, or develop your own community-based project, We CU provides recognition, support, and training opportunities to enrich your service work and expand your professional skillset. Learn more during an information session at 4pm on Wednesday, June 2.