School of Social Work

  1. September 21, 2023

    Regents Roundup — September 2023

    Other items approved by the Board of Regents at its Sept. 21 meeting.

  2. September 18, 2023

    Obituary — Rose Campbell Gibson

    Rose Campbell Gibson, a research scientist and gerontologist who served on the faculty of the School of Social Work, died Aug. 11 after a brief illness. She was 98.

  3. August 18, 2023

    President’s award winners focus on global health, student travel

    Jody Lori of the School of Nursing and Katie Lopez of the School of Social Work are this year’s recipients of the President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education.

  4. April 3, 2023

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  5. March 15, 2023

    Poverty Solutions marks impact of action-based research in 2022

    From informing how the U.S. Census estimates populations to reimagining land contracts as a path to homeownership, Poverty Solutions tackled the structures of poverty through action-based research in 2022.

  6. July 19, 2022

    SSW’s Dillon Cathro elected to Police Department Oversight Committee

    Dillon Cathro, diversity equity and inclusion assistant director in the School of Social Work, has been elected to represent the non-bargained-for staff on the U-M Police Department Oversight Committee.

  7. April 25, 2022

    Center for Interprofessional Education enters next phase in advancing health

    The Center for Interprofessional Education, which for the past seven years has worked to advance an interdisciplinary health-care educational effort at U-M, is now launching its next phase.

  8. March 14, 2022

    Accolades — March 2022

    Awards and honors for U-M faculty and staff.

  9. February 17, 2022

    Noted scholar, experienced administrator to be SSW dean

    Kathryn Elizabeth (Beth) Angell, an experienced dean with a strong equity and social justice track record, will be the next dean of the School of Social Work.

  10. January 12, 2022

    Having kids at home may reduce pandemic depression

    According to a new U-M study, adults in households with children have fewer mental health problems than other adults living without kids.