- Training Resource Center
- Continuing Education
- Scott and Dallaire Selected as Commencement Student Speakers
- College of Social Work to Induct Two New Hall of Fame Members
- Conference on Military Behavioral Health Sponsored by UK College of Social Work
- Social Work Student Leaves Lasting Impression in Washington, D.C.
- College of Social Work to Host Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series on April 1
The College of Social Work is looking forward to celebrating all of our BASW, MSW and PhD grads on Sunday, May 8 at Rupp Arena!
2:00 PM - Undergraduate Ceremony
7:00 PM - Graduate and Professional Ceremony
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR GRADUATES!! ... See MoreSee Less
Attention all Graduates! Don't forget to RSVP for the Graduate Recognition and Honors & Awards Program on May 4th!
All BASW and MSW graduates will be recognized at the ceremony and receive a gift from the College of Social Work.
RSVP’s may be sent to Leigh Oakley (firstname.lastname@example.org, 257-0073) ... See MoreSee Less
The UK College of Social Work is proud to co-sponsor this year's Partners for Youth Foundation, Inc. Spotlight on Youth! This is a fantastic community event showcasing the young people of Fayette County! We hope you can join us at the Lyric Theater & Cultural Arts Center tonight! ... See MoreSee Less
As the semester comes to an end, if you won't need your backpack anymore, someone else will! Check out the flyer for where to donate from April 25th - May 3rd!! ... See MoreSee Less
Check out some outstanding research poster presentations from our College of Social Work students who participated in the Center for Clinical and Translational Science Conference yesterday! Congratulations on a job well done!
Martha Tillson, BASW student, presented her research entitled, “High Risk Substance Use and Sexual Behaviors in Girls with Early Justice System Involvement: A systematic review”.
Kathy Frost Kelly, BASW student in the Hazard program, presented her research on “the relationship between drug use and happiness among high-risk female inmates in Appalachia”.
Kirsten Smith, MSW grad, and Sara Shalash, BASW student, presented their work on “profile of synthetic drug users in corrections-based substance abuse programs”.
Krystal Walling, MSW student, presented her work on peer mentoring and substance abuse treatment.
Breonna Douglas, COSW staff and former BASW student, presented her work on changes in insurance coverage and service utilization among high-risk substance users following the Affordable Care Act. ... See MoreSee Less