Reviewing grant proposals for federal agencies has proven to be a boon to researchers at the USC School of Social Work. Having an insider’s perspective on how federal agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation assess grant applications is critical to putting together a successful proposal -- and getting that all-important funding.
Advocates for African American Elders is a multidisciplinary partnership founded by Karen Lincoln at the USC Roybal Institute on Aging that helps African American seniors advocate for their health needs.
MSW students Krystal and Brian Lerner know first-hand the struggles many veterans face going through the Veterans Affairs system. Now the husband-and-wife team are using their shared experience to help others.
The Pamela and Mark Mischel Family Endowed Yellow Ribbon Scholarship Fund will help student veterans and military spouses studying military social work in the school’s Master of Social Work program.
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