A photo exhibit by Richard Ross, a showing of the film Girl Trouble, and a talk about prisons and the arts will help shine a light on juvenile justice issues.
Upon learning that over 8,000 children have been exposed to toxic levels of lead flowing from corrosive drinking water flowing through aging pipes, Illinois State graduate students Ariane Chew ’14 and LaCrisha McAllister ’14 and undergraduate student Emily Pete knew that they had to lend a helping hand.
To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) will be hosting the MOVE: Focus Conference on Saturday, February 13, at 9 a.m in the Prairie Room of the Bone Student Center.
Illinois State University graduate student Emily Blue talks about her experiences in the School of Social Work’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program.
School of Social Work alum and licensed clinical social worker Hillary Wasson ’05, M.S.W. ’07, has been very busy since getting her Master of Social Work, but she took time out to answer our questions.
“I remember how much she loved being a ‘Baby Folder,'” said Social Work Professor Kathryn Wehrmann, fondly recalling School of Social Work alumna Dakota Maughn’s internship.
The School of Social Work welcomed in another academic year with both enthusiasm and trepidation.
The Dean of Students Office November Student Spotlight is Leah Rolando, a senior social work major.
A one-day conference, “Soldiering On: Understanding Trauma in the Military Culture,” will focus on trauma that soldiers and veterans face with active military duty on November 4.
Illinois State students testified in a video and at the state capital, hoping to save scholarships for fellow college students formerly in foster care.