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 […]
As the American public grapples with a growing awareness of the problem of bullying, both within schools and outside of them, and heated debate about where to lay the blame for school shootings becomes a regular feature of […]
Richard Caputo, PhD, a Professor of Social Policy and Research at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, was recently informed that Dr. Leslie E Tower has recognized and honored him as her mentor through the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Council on the Role and Status of Women in Social Work Education Mentor […]
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 […]
Most recently, Social Worker and 2008 Wurzweiler Master of Social Work graduate Esteban Ramos co-authored a recently published article and was featured in the first three pages of chapter 5 of the book “Everyone Leads: Building Leadership from the Community Up”, by Paul Schmitz. He also attended the SOMOS El Futuro conferences opening reception, […]
December has proven to be a testament to the quality of social workers Wurzweiler School of Social Work produces. The month holds high honors for two Wurzweiler MSW alumni who will both be recognized at high profile events in New York City, Elisheva Lock (2010) and Marleen Litt (2002).
On December 5th, Elisheva […]