This year's graduating class is the largest-ever participating for the USC School of Social Work with about 1,000 graduates, who join the good fight of advancing the understanding of social issues through innovative practice, policymaking and research. Congratulations, class of 2015!
This year's All School Day, “Race Relations in the 21st Century,” featured Compton Mayor Aja Brown and USC professors Manuel Pastor and Jody Armour, who discussed the state of race relations today and its possible the future.
Navy veteran Gena Truitt, MSW '12, has been appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the California Veterans Board, a body that advises the state’s Department of Veterans Affairs secretary and advocates for veterans statewide.
Do people become more religious as they age? To find the answer, the John Templeton Foundation has funded a new three-year $1.5 million research study by professor Vern Bengtson.
- Master of Social Work