Social Work Department

New Master of Social Work program gets to work

After years of planning and development, Nebraska Wesleyan University launched its new Master of Social Work program in Lincoln this fall.

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Social Work Student Finds Impactful Practicum Experiences During COVID-19

“No matter what is happening in the world, our job is still essential. We will always have people who need our help.”

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Social Work Professor Wins Exemplary Teacher Award

“Professor Kara Cavel’s commitment to anti-racist practices is helping to push us all

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NWU to Launch Lincoln’s Only Master of Social Work Degree

Nebraska Wesleyan University will expand its graduate program offerings next fall with the area’s only Ma

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Class of 2020 Grad Honored for Courageous Journey from Zimbabwe to NWU

It’s been four years since Tecla Nyamakope and her two children immigrated to the Unite

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Gilman Scholarship Sends Two Students to Rwanda

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students are studying in Rwanda this summer thanks to a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.

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Faculty Scholarship Presentation Addresses Student-Athlete Grief

The court, the field, the track, the mat, the pool — these are the places where student-athletes often feel the most alive. When dealing with the death of someone dear to them, student-athletes often turn to these same places for a sense of normalcy.

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Inmate Outreach Earns Professor “Love of Neighbor” Award

Nine years ago, Associate Professor of Professional Studies James Perry started a book club bringing NWU students together with Nebraska State Penitentiary inmates.

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Screening of “Sober Indian, Dangerous Indian” Returns to NWU

Nebraska Wesleyan University will screen the documentary “Sober Indian, Dangerous Indian” on Friday, February 3.

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Students Travel to Flint, Michigan to Explore Water Crisis

Sophomores Michaela Wells and Laurel Withee recognized Earth Week last April by attending at lecture about the Flint, Michigan water crisis.

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