Every fall, the USC School of Social Work sends its new Master of Social Work students out in the field on a two-day Community Immersion trip. Students learn about various aspects of a particular community -- the good and the bad, the beautiful and the ugly -- and how they, as social workers, might be able to help. Here are photos from this year's trip to Hollywood.
The Children’s Data Network, housed at the USC School of Social Work, is a data and research collaborative that links and analyzes children's administrative records to advance policies that will improve their well-being.
Associate Professor Karen Lincoln testified in front of the California State Senate Select Committee on Aging and Long-Term Care, which brought together experts who gave recommendations for a more effective support system for elders.
The Hutto-Patterson Charitable Foundation will give $3 million to establish the Hutto-Patterson Institute for Community Health at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC and the USC School of Social Work.
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