Fatima Zohra Hedadji Wins CHASS Capstone Award
Fatima Zohra Hedadji, a Spring 2021 MSW alumna, has been chosen as the winner of the NC State College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) Capstone Award!
Alumna Highlight: Sabriya Dobbins from Project Passport
Sabriya Dobbins, BSW 17', tells us how she transformed herself into the award-winning Founder of Project Passport and a Life Discovery Expert.
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.
Alumna Demetria Murphy Presented the Cumberland County Cares Award
NC State Student Advocates for Voter Disability Rights
Kendall Gibbs, an MSW student at the NC State School of Social Work, is currently taking part in a lawsuit against the State of North Carolina regarding voter disability rights.
NC State’s School of Social Work: Same Excellent Program, New Name
NC State’s Department of Social Work has changed its name: effective April 28, 2020, it is the School of Social Work.
COVID-19 and WakeMed Hospital – How Social Workers Are Making a Difference
Recently, Beth Villena (BSW '89 and Director of WakeMed's Rehabilitation Hospital) was featured in NC State's Humanities and Social Sciences "How I Think and Do" series. We followed up with her to discuss the regional impact COVID-19 has had on WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, NC.
How I Think and Do: Health Care Leader Beth Villena
What can you do with an NC State degree in social work? Ask Beth Villena (BSW ’89), director of the WakeMed Rehabilitation Hospital in Raleigh.
Karen Bullock Among 13 Chosen for the University Global Partnership Network
Karen Bullock, Department Head, has been chosen to participate in a key Global Engagement Institute initiative.
MSW Student Paige Moore Attends and Presents at Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland
From November 18 – 20, 2019, leaders and conversationsationists from around the world gathered in Reykjavik, Iceland for the Women Leaders Global Forum. Joining those world leaders, was Master of Social Work student Paige Moore. Moore, who is a second-year MSW […]