Congratulations to Jonathan Lerner (class of ’15) and Professor Daniel Pollack on their recent law review article, “Where have all the developmental centers gone? The federal push for community-based services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.”
The article highlights the trend of transitioning people with intellectual and developmental disabilities from state-operated to community-based […]
A recent article in Jewish Link mentions some recent technology on diagnosing individuals with mental illness using a program called the Diagnostic and Symptom Calculator [DSC]. The program was developed by Wurzweiler School of Social Work MSW graduate and PhD student Stephanie Shapiro. For more on this program, which has […]
Recently, Professor Ann Abbott was recognized by Westchester University for her accomplishments as part of “A Legacy of Social Justice”. Professor Abbott also teaches at Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Below is quoted the full content from the section of the article which mentions her.
Ann A. Abbott came to WCU […]
Blogging, public speaking, running a website, counseling patients and volunteering: It’s all in a day’s work for Temimah Zucker, 24, a student at Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work.
Temimah Zucker, a recovered anorexic, is helping others cope with eating disorders
Zucker, of Teaneck, New Jersey, is a recovered […]
The Tau Epsilon Chapter of Phi Alpha Honors Society held its second induction ceremony on May 1st, 2014. Seven students were inducted into the chapter- Rhonda Bacchus, Sheryl Edelstein, Gilles Lubeth, Michell Lubeth, Kate Marks, Nathalie Ohayon, and Stephen Ronay.
Nygera Pierson-Mutis gave an inspirational speech on her experiences as a […]
From March 14, 2014 edition of www.jstandard.com “Community Service” by Joanne Palmer
There are times when a person’s background, training, aptitude, and passion —in fact, her entire life — make her a perfect fit for a job.
And there is a time when an agency has to reevaluate, reorient, and perhaps even […]