The Game Changer
When junior Jack Briggette took on an internship with the Woodruff Park Project, he never imagined he’d become an advocate for a forgotten community.
Social Work alums Kaitlyn Bailey Wilson (M.S.W. ‘09) & Kirsten Thornate (M.S.W. ‘09) represent Purposity, a new app connecting social workers to clients.
Georgia State researchers have found that earlier intervention may reduce the number of homeless youth at risk of human trafficking in Metro-Atlanta.
Laura Schroeder is the third member of her family to attend Georgia State University and follows in her mother’s footsteps as a university staff member.
Social work alumnus Patrick Phillips, a.k.a. the Change Agent, is an award-winning speaker and author working to inspire first-generation college students.
A new partnership is connecting Georgia State social scientists with Georgia Tech computer scientists in a unique collaboration to address historic social inequities.
The National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) has named the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (GA-DFCS), Georgia State University and the University of Georgia one of eight national NCWWI Agency-University Partnership Workforce Excellence sites.
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