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.
February is Black History Month. Thomas Benjamin, Research Project Assistant at Rutgers School of Social Work's Center for Research on Ending Violence, spoke with Dr. Stephenie Howard, Assistant Professor of Social Work at Norfolk State University (a historically Black university), about the Black Perspective and its use in clinical social work.
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.
Associate Professor Lenna Nepomnyaschy discusses Poverty Awareness Month and explains what social workers, and the greater community, can do to address poverty.
In this interview, Zan Haggerty, acting Assistant Director of the CAPS Next Step Program at Rutgers University and Rutgers SSW Doctoral Student shares what Transgender Day of Remembrance means to them and how social work students and practitioners can commemorate this month.
Dr. Adrian Gale gives a glimpse into some of the research relating to Inclusion, Intersectionality, Diversity, Equity and Advancement (IIDEA) which he recently conducted.