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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Academic advisors are an important partner in helping you meet your educational and career goals. Meet 3 of the advisors at the UW-Madison School of Social Work and learn what they have to offer you. To learn more about advising or make an appointment, visit Advising Services.

Monday, August 24, 2015

As students head back to school, transgender and gender non-conforming kids can have a harder time than others. Assistant Professor Maurice Gattis discusses the experiences of gender non-conforming youth in Wisconsin, based on a recent report released earlier this year.

 

Listen to the story on WPR (begins at 20:45)

Monday, August 17, 2015

As employers adapt just-in-time manufacturing techniques to their labor costs, the result is misery for workers.

 

Read the article on Vox

Monday, August 17, 2015

Assistant Professor Tova Walsh joins the School of Social Work faculty after recently completing a two-year fellowship with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program. Walsh's research focuses on individual and family health and wellbeing, with a focus on the roles of fathers, parent-child relationships, family violence, and military families.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

She promotes the wellbeing of Fauquier County’s most vulnerable citizens.

For 36 years, Jan Selbo has passionately helped people overcome adversity and move toward a brighter future.

As the director of Fauquier County Social Services for 35 years, Mrs. Selbo upholds the organization’s mission to assist families with self-sufficiency, protect adults and children from abuse and neglect, provide benefits and partner with other organizations that share similar missions.

 

Read the full story from Falquier Now


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