Assistant Professor Dr. Jaclynn Hawkins, PhD, Michigan State University School of Social Work, was part of a research project led by Daphne C. Watkins, PhD, University of Michigan School of Social Work titled Physical and Mental Health Interventions for Black Men in the United States.
Announcing the Michigan State University School of Social Work Mid-Michigan Advanced Standing MSW Program, conveniently located at Mott Northern Tier Center, 4082 W. Vienna Road, Clio, exit 131 off I-75.
Jameca Patrick-Singleton received her Master of Social Work degree from MSU with a concentration in Organization and Community Leadership. Recently, she was hired by the City of Flint to be the Chief Recovery Officer following the Flint Water Crisis.
Jennifer Onwenu and Jack Ray Oelke
MSU School of Social Work’s summer course, Social Work and the Human Animal Bond (SW491), taught by Linda Lawrence, MSW, LMSW, is a one credit class that explores the influences of the human animal bond in social work practice, as well as the ways that the human animal bond emerges in other professions that work with animals.
How do you teach social work students empathy for what combat veterans have seen, heard, and done when they have never experienced combat? Take them to WAR!