Graduate Studies

Dec 12, 2019

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 […]

Dec 2, 2019

Department of Social Work Takes 22  HRSA MSW Students to CSWE APM 

From October 24 – 27, 2019 the 65th Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting (APM) was held in Denver, Colorado. This year’s theme: Social Work Education: Looking Back, Looking Forward, drew social work faculty, practitioners, researcher, and […]

Jun 26, 2018

Stories that Inspire Us: Deaf, Non-Traditional, Working Mother and Grandmother Earns BSW

For many traditional first-year students and incoming transfer students, their  most pressing concerns are figuring out the NC State Wolfline schedule and distinguishing one brick building from the endless rows of seemingly identical brick buildings. When Lisa Fowler arrived on […]

May 9, 2016

Masters Students Present Capstone Projects

On April 21, the Department of Social Work hosted a poster session in Caldwell Lounge.  Advanced-year social work students presented conference-style posters describing their year-long capstone projects, which included needs assessments and evaluations of social work interventions.  One student or […]

Apr 20, 2016

Advanced-Year MSW students Present Research/Evaluation Findings at the 11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium

(Above) MSW student Leelynn Pinon (second from left) poses in front of her research poster with fellow MSW students.  On March 23, 2016, seven advanced-year MSW students presented their research/evaluation findings at the 11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium.  The following […]

Sep 3, 2013

MSW Alum Raises Awareness of Birth Defects

Kayte Thomas (MSW 2013) is a recent graduate of the master's of social work program. In addition to being a mother, she is also a national award-winning advocate and a published researcher on the education and prevention of birth defects.