Entries are chronological based on submission date.
Doctoral student Maria Maldonado-Morales was interviewed by NPR for her work in Texas supporting Latino clients in the wake of the Uvalde shooting. Listen to the interview: For Latinos, the Uvalde shooting has an extra layer of grief and trauma.
Netta Cohen, M.S.W. '16, is one of several people who has helped win the battle for joint parenthood recognition for same sex couples in Israel. Read more: Lesbian Couples Win Court Battle Against Israel for Recognition of Joint Parenthood.
M.S.W. student Shai Kuper was featured in the Daily Hampshire Gazette for the trans, nonbinary and gender-expansive youth theater collective, Co-ACT, they started as part of their internship at Translate Gender, a collective-based, consensus-run (501C3) non-profit organization that works to generate community accountability for individuals to self-determine their own genders and gender expressions. Translate Gender was co-founded by Shannon Sennott, M.S.W. '08, LICSW.
Professor Loren Cahill was quoted in an op-ed "Elizabeth Wellington: Overturning Roe v. Wade takes away the right to choose the life we want" in ArcaMax.
Schroeder Stribling, M.S.W. '92, president of Mental Health America was interviewed by The Hill in the wake of recent mass shootings about "Taking on the ‘five-alarm’ mental health crisis."