Doctor of Social Work (DSW) at Rutgers
Why the Rutgers DSW Program?
You were meant to be an acknowledged leader in the field of clinical social work, drawing on your experience to build knowledge through the development and dissemination of original ideas through journal articles and books, national and international conferences, and innovative websites. In the Rutgers DSW program, you will gain insight to allow you to be part of the practice world, where we need such leaders.
How will a Rutgers DSW help me?
By assisting you in developing the thinking and writing skills that translate your rich practice experiences into innovative case studies and qualitative papers that connect theory, research, and practice and are publishable. We give you the technical skills you will need to connect to online audiences who need access to your clinical wisdom and experience. Continue reading →
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To paraphrase a line from one of Joe Biden’s speeches, I know too well that the task at hand, to say something reassuring and uplifting about the current state of our world, is beyond my capabilities.
Kira O’Brien, LMSW is a licensed social worker currently at Princeton University where she supports undergraduates engaging in service-learning.