2021-2022 School of Social Work Scholarship Recipients
Four students were recently awarded scholarships from the School of Social Work and their community partners.
A New Grant to Support Future LCAS Professionals
The NC State School of Social Work is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the North Carolina Governor’s Institute on Substance Use Disorders.
CHASS Faculty Colleague Mentoring Award Winner – Dr. Kim Stansbury
Dr. Kim Stansbury, Associate Professor and Associate Head of the School of Social Work, has been selected to receive the CHASS 2021-2022 Faculty Colleague Mentoring Award.
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!
School of Social Work Awarded Four-Year $1,919,598 Grant From HRSA
The NC State School of Social Work was recently awarded a four-year $1,919,598 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
The JD/MSW Dual Degree Program Sets Sail with Wallace Driggers
Wallace Driggers, a young woman from Clayton, North Carolina, is the first student to take on the NC State and Campbell JD/MSW program!
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.
Irang Kim Chosen as CSWE Minority Fellowship Program Fellow
Irang Kim, a MSW candidate at the NC State School of Social Work, is among those chosen to join the Council on Social Work Education's Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) for 2020-2021.
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.
Summer Student Highlight: Aaron Quick, Winner of Verne LaMarr Lyons Memorial Scholarship
Aaron Quick, an incoming MSW candidate at NC State, has won the Verne LaMarr Lyons Memorial Scholarship. At the School of Social Work, Aaron will focus much of his research on LGBTQ+ youth of color and their associated mental health needs. Though his plans don't stop at research, Aaron hopes to translate this knowledge into a meaningful career path through practice and advocacy.