Dear Wurzweiler Family:
It is with great sadness that we share the news that Dean Carmen Ortiz Hendricks has passed away.
We have just been informed by her husband that Dr. Hendricks succumbed to cancer and passed away peacefully with her family at her side. Although we have been […]
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 […]
Wurzweiler School of Social Work student Michelle Florence received the “2015 Diana List Cullen Memorial Award – First Year MSW Student Writing Scholarship” from the Metropolitan Chapter of the New York State Society of Clinical Social Workers, on Wednesday, November 4, 2015.
The reception provided an opportunity to showcase the […]
When I first arrived at Wurzweiler in the summer of 2005, I knew only two things for certain: that I wanted a career where I could help people and that I wanted to be able to complete my field placements in my hometown […]
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 […]
Alumni Spotlight – How Are You Changing the World?
“My Work/My Passion!” by Irene Borins Ash (MSW ’87 – Toronto, Canada)
“We listen to people’s pain. We try to relate to it, no matter how insane.” Ariel Mozeson, MSW WSSW ’15
On May 11th, 2015 Wurzweiler School of Social Work congratulated fifty MSW and PhD graduates as they completed their Wurzweiler experience and began their careers as professional social workers. At the Commencement […]
“They say that it takes a special type of person to be a social worker; someone who has a vision of change.” Temimah Zucker, MSW, WSSW ’15