Ryan Singh and Noah Isserman present

June 26, 2015

SSW Student Projects Part of Entrepreneurship at Illinois Fellowship

The Entrepreneurship at Illinois Fellowship is an educational incubator for top student startups at the University of Illinois. Launching during Summer 2015, the Fellowship allows student teams to spend the summer on campus with the time and support they need build prototypes, create a value proposition, test demand, research the competitive landscape, validate market size ... Read more

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May 28, 2015

4th Biennial International Symposium- Accepting Abstracts Now

We invite you to submit abstracts for papers focused on policy and practice addressing global health disparities. View abstract submission guidelines. Submit abstracts (Max. 300 words) by August 10, 2015 to: Download a pdf of the conference flier. Save the Date: 4th Biennial International Symposium Saturday, October 31– Sunday, November 1, 2015 8:30 a.m. ... Read more

May 21, 2015

The Column Newsletter

The Spring 2015 alumni newsletter is set to hit mailboxes next week. Read it online! Have a story idea for our next issue? Submit your ideas. If you don’t receive the newsletter, but you would like to, update your info with us. ... Read more

May 20, 2015

School of Social Work is Recipient of New (HEALS) Scholarship Program by CSWE and NASW

The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) have awarded 10 universities with scholarships under the Social Work HEALS: Social Work Healthcare Education and Leadership Scholars program. The scholarships, which are provided due to funding from The New York Community Trust, will be used to educate and train ... Read more

April 20, 2015

CQI Conference- “In Pursuit of Quality”

Join us on 11/6/15 in Urbana, Illinois for a day of interactive workshops and presentations focused on the skills and tools needed to drive a cycle of improvement that will support the efforts of your organization to help children, youth and families lead better lives. Don’t miss this opportunity to share information and resources with ... Read more