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School of Social Work

The University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work is ranked 11th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report among graduate schools of social work. Founded in 1918, it was the first school in the country to offer a program in community organization and one of the first to offer a specialization in child welfare. The school’s three degree programs— Bachelor of Arts in Social Work, Master of Social Work, and Doctor of Philosophy— are taught by one of the most diverse faculties at the University and instill in students a commitment to social and economic justice. As part of one of the leading public research universities in the world, social work students also can take advantage of joint degree programs in several of the University’s highly ranked professional schools including law, public health, international affairs, and business.

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01 Dec

In this Center on Race and Social Problems Lecture Dr. Riana Anderson will discuss her pioneering work on using a clinical racial socialization intervention...

December 01, 2020 12:00 p.m.
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