A study from the Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families surveyed more than 1,200 veterans in Orange County, California, and found that one in five post-9/11 veterans had considered suicide. Adm. Mike Mullen, former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, said at the study's release that the data proves the need for community leadership in veteran reintegration.
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.
MSW/MBA student Jay Lytton has been tapped by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the California State Council on Developmental Disabilities for the Los Angeles area. He also serves on Area Board 10 of the same council.
The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust has awarded $500,000, one of just five 25th Anniversary Grants, to the USC School of Social Work for scholarship support for veterans and military families.
- Master of Social Work