Thank you for reading the most recent version of the St. Ambrose University School of Social Work Newsletter. We are thrilled to share the exciting undertakings of the School along with our students and community partners, both locally and globally.
The St. Ambrose University School of Social work welcomes Dr. Lightsey for this year's conference that will address the #BlackLivesMatter movement, ongoing racism and oppression, and what we can learn from social justice activists.
Several MSW students traveled to India to learn about mental health practices in that country.
This past fall, the St. Ambrose Master of Social Work program welcomed Dr. Chris Martin as an assistant professor.
One of the field placements for MSW students during 2015-16 is the Eastern Iowa Health Center (EIHC) in Cedar Rapids which integrates both primary care and obstetric practice.
While pursuing her SAU Master of Social Work degree, Miracle Leach '14 serves as in-house manager for homeless families
Along with Gary Bailey, attendees also will hear from two regional respondents and have an opportunity for questions and comments at the close of morning sessions. In the afternoon, Master of Social Work candidates will present in the break-out sessions.
MSW grad and social justice activist Anne Ventullo tells her story of speaking out against sexual assault.
Meet Andrea Iavarone, MSW, LCSW, who is in her second year adjunct teaching social work classes at SAU. In addition to her Ambrose work, Iavarone also is months away from completing her PhD.
Students are making the long-distance commute to earn their master of social work degree at St Ambrose.
For parents and providers who care for young children with developmental challenges.
The School of Social Work presents a Fall Ethics Event. Iowa and Illinois Social Workers can earn 3 Ethics CEUs for attending.