Alumna Highlight: Amy Sauceda
Amy Sauceda, BSW Spring 22', works for The Green Chair Project, a local Raleigh non-profit that aims to provide essential household needs to those who cannot afford them.
A Critical Connection
Alumni Play Key Roles in Police Program to Support Individuals in Crisis
Examining the Impact of Trauma-Based Training on Social Workers
Social work major Kimberly Barrera-Gutierrez’s undergraduate research examines the impact that trauma-based training has on clinicians’ ability to help people deal with distressing situations.
Yarneccia D. Dyson Named Head of NC State School of Social Work
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has named Yarneccia D. Dyson department head and professor in the School of Social Work, effective August 15 pending Board of Trustees approval.
School of Social Work Head Karen Bullock To Take New Role
After 11 years at NC State and nine years as head of the School of Social Work, Professor Karen Bullock is taking a new role as the Louise McMahon Ahearn Endowed Professor at the Boston College School of Social Work.
Dr. David Fitzpatrick Promoted to Associate Teaching Professor
Dr. David Fitzpatrick, a lecturer and professor with the School of Social Work since 2013, has been promoted to the position of Associate Teaching Professor.
Karen Bullock Appointed to NCIOM Task Force on Healthy Aging
Dr. Karen Bullock, Head of the School of Social Work at NC State, has recently been appointed to the new North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM) Task Force on Healthy Aging.
Faculty Highlight: Dr. Intae Yoon – Creating Community for Korean Americans and Indigenous Peoples
On April 20, 2022, the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) presented Dr. Intae Yoon with the Chancellor's Creating Community Award for Outstanding Faculty.
Dr. Taliaferro Promoted to Professor
Our School is pleased to announce the promotion of Dr. Jocelyn DeVance Taliaferro to the rank of Professor.
2021-2022 School of Social Work Scholarship Recipients
Four students were recently awarded scholarships from the School of Social Work and their community partners.