2018 MSW Graduate, Ron Scott, Making a Difference in the Drug Recovery Court
Above – Judge Craig Croom (left) with Ron Scott (right) at graduation. Ronald (Ron) Scott, now 43, decided to take the leap of faith and return to school to pursue his Masters in Social Work (MSW) two years ago. For […]
NC State Alumn, Chris Campau and the Triangle’s First ‘Recovery High School’
When people think of those struggling with Substance Use Disorders, rarely do they think that such an uphill battle will lead to a person finding their professional calling. Yet, this is the case for NC State alumn Christopher Campau, who […]
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 […]
Social Work Student Briana Garcia, her Prestigious Scholarships, and Women of Color Travel Blog
During August of 2017, rising social work senior Briana Garcia was awarded the prestigious Gilman and Travelers Scholarships to fund her fall 2017 study abroad experience to Chile. The Gilman Scholarship or “the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman […]
Meet Some of Our Outstanding 2018 Graduates
Our community of nearly 40,000 alumni will grow even larger this spring, as nearly 1,000 Humanities and Social Sciences undergraduate and graduate students earn NC State diplomas for their hard work.
Wolfpack rides five-run sixth inning to season-opening victory
Social Work Graduate Student Johnny Piedmonte is a member of the baseball team. Read the article here!
And The Rest Is History: Three Social Work Undergraduates Experience the Italian Renaissance
During the summer of 2017, three social work students studied abroad in Florence, Italy. Undergraduates Joseph McNeill, Laura Tatlock, and Mary Lindsay West studied at Lorenzo de’ Medici for their Summer I term. Though the trip did not have a […]
Meeting Your Population Where They Are: North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition
The North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition (NCHRC) intends to help those affected by drug use in their current state. The organization utilizes, and advocates for, realistic and non-judgmental outreach to help those in need to make changes in their life. This includes hiring staff that are former clients of NCHRC, who are able to relate to the problems of those they are hoping to serve.
Pack rifle shooting for NCAA tournament berth
Read the Original Article Here Featured photo above – Lauren Phillips, a graduate student studying social work, reloads her air rifle during the individual air rifle elimination tournament during the NC State rifle match against West Virginia on Oct. 15 […]
Study Abroad Trip Confirms Social Work Passion for First Generation Student, Deijah Barnes
Deijah Barnes is a senior majoring in social work. Barnes studied abroad in Botswana during the summer of 2017. Read her interview about her study abroad experience in Botswana and how it confirmed her passion for social work. What sparked […]