We recently had the opportunity to speak with Associate Professor Lenna Nepomnyaschy about Equal Pay Day and what Americans can do to achieve greater equality for women.
On Monday, February 27, Associate Professor of Professional Practice Marla Blunt-Carter and her father Theodore "Ted" Blunt, a Rutgers School of Social Work alum, were invited to attend a Black History Month event at the White House hosted by President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden.
Rutgers School of Social Work is deeply saddened to share news of the death of longtime faculty member Dr. Jeffrey Longhofer. Along with his life-long partner, Dr. Jerry Floersch, Dr. Longhofer was a co-creator of the School of Social Work’s DSW program and the inaugural director of Rutgers’ Tyler Clementi Center for Diversity Education and Bias Prevention.
Assistant Professor of Teaching Morales spoke with alum Hannah Loffman about some of her recent work related to DEI as well as the impact of her this work on social policy and practice.
Professor of Professional Practice and Director of Latina/o/x Initiatives for Service, Training, and Assessment (LISTA) Certificate Program, Elsa Candelario focuses her practice work on supporting diversity and equity in nonprofit leadership.
Michael C. LaSala, PhD, LCSW, Professor and Director of the Doctorate of Social Work (DSW) Program, authored a new book, Clinical Social Work with Individuals, Families, and Groups: The Healing Power of Relationships.