Student Spotlight: Abigail Williams
Recently, we had the opportunity to reflect with Abigail Williams, a senior preparing to graduate this May, about her time at NC State and her pursuit of the Global Perspectives Certificate.
Barbara Zelter: Celebrating 10 Years of Excellence at NC State
After a decade of service that included Field Coordinator, Practicum Supervisor and Senior Lecturer positions, Barbara Zelter, MSW announces her retirement from the NC State School of Social Work.
Alumna Demetria Murphy Presented the Cumberland County Cares Award
Ebony Harlem Awards Celebration Uplifts Achievements
The African American Cultural Center celebrated the annual Ebony Harlem Awards on Stafford Commons on the evening of Sunday, April 25, 2021.
It was almost one year ago when I wrote to you about grief, anger and needed change following the tragic murder of George Floyd. Over the last several weeks, I know many of us have closely followed the Derek Chauvin trial...
School of Social Work Programs Reaccredited for Another Eight Years
After dedicating countless hours of diligent effort towards this initiative, our School is excited to announce our Reaffirmation.
Social Work Students Awarded Dereck Whittenburg Foundation Scholarships
Two NC State School of Social Work students, Marcilla Demry and Ramir Woodard, have been awarded Dereck Whittenburg (DW) Foundation Scholarships. These scholarships aim to extend financial assistance to deserving college students and to embody the DW Foundation mantra of "Dream. Believe. Work. Now Finish!"
NC State School of Social Work Statement: March 23, 2021
The NC State School of Social Work campus community, alumni and friends are raising our collective voice against the deplorable racist incidents and the intolerance that have resulted in the loss of lives among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Celebrating Social Work Month: Social Workers Are Essential
NC State School of Social Work Community, Happy Social Work Month! I hope each of you are healthy and well. During these most challenging times, I cannot say enough about how outstanding the efforts, commitment and dedication of the NC […]
Qiana Cryer-Coupet, an assistant professor of social work, talks about what it means to be a sneakerhead and why the culture is still going strong.