Suicide Prevention & Exposure Lab

The Suicide Prevention and Exposure Laboratory (SPEL) is explicitly dedicated to examining suicide and its impact. SPEL focuses on research related to exposure, prevention, and the understanding of this phenomenon. Additionally, the lab is involved in broad-ranging outreach initiatives designed to better educate communities about suicide. Through the lab, students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to uniquely engage in a wide-array of experiential learning activities.

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Unique Centers & Labs

116%

Increase in FY20 extramural research funding

50,000+

Individuals served annually by Centers & Labs

News


Q&A with Sabri Williams

Q&A with Sabri Williams

Sabri Williams, who graduated from the Bachelor of Arts in Social Work program in May of 2020, is currently working
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CoSW Receives Funding from UK CURE COVID-19 Pilot Program

CoSW Receives Funding from UK CURE COVID-19 Pilot Program

It is no surprise that COVID-19 has been associated with an increase in stress and anxiety. With a lack of
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Flaherty Releases New Textbook and Webinar

Flaherty Releases New Textbook and Webinar

Disability studies and human service professions aim to address persistent and emerging issues. To begin addressing those issues, Associate Professor
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Events


September 21, 2021, 6:00 pm
ASK-VIP Group Training with Holly Carter

ASK-VIP Group Training with Holly Carter

Topic: Adoption: Understanding Your Committment Facilitated by: Holly Carter September 21, 2021, 6:00-7:30 PM EST To register for this group training, visit here,
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September 21, 2021, 8:00 pm
Field Advising Info Session

Field Advising Info Session

Field Advising Info Session with Dr. Renee Campbell Join us to discuss your field placement! We’ll cover everything you need to know, from understanding how
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September 22, 2021, 12:00 pm
MSW Info Session

MSW Info Session

Join us through Zoom to learn more about UK College of Social Work’s Master of Social Work program. Topics will include:
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