- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
In our undergraduate teaching, research and service, we strive to:
- Meet the need for a workforce with expertise in organizing and development of neighborhoods and communities.
- Facilitate critical inquiry into and analysis of the causes and consequences of social problems and injustice.
- Promote innovative, theoretically-based and empirically-sound means of alleviating and rectifying such problems and injustices through policy and practice.
- Foster leadership in collaboration with diverse partners to enhance capacity and well-being, frame social problems, co-produce solutions, navigate systems, and effect sustainable change. .
- Be responsive and responsible members of our university, regional, national and global communities.
- Honor the inherent dignity, rights and strengths of all individuals, families and communities.
About Our Facilities
The School of Social work is located in 685 Baldy Hall. The department holds classes in centrally scheduled space throughout the campus, which includes traditional classes and lecture halls that can accommodate the program’s teaching philosophies.
About Our Faculty
Our faculty are a diverse community of scholars, teachers and activists for change with interests that span the globe from India to Canada, from Pakistan to Korea, from the United States to the United Kingdom. We share a common passion for community-university partnerships in research and practice.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the School of Social Work website for additional information about our faculty.