With research in hand, Professor Deborah Gorman-Smith is leading the field of violence prevention by helping families and children.
Over his career, Stanley McCracken has connected research with practice to teach mental health and substance abuse treatment
"Music interventions have been wildly successful with those who have experienced trauma.”
We challenge our students to dig deeper to understand the root causes and human costs of social problems.
SSA has defined how the world understands the field of social work and the problems it addresses.
SSA's approach is interdisciplinary and intellectually pluralistic.
At SSA, practice and policy are complementary.
Rachel Durchslag is the winner of SSA’s 2012 Butler Award for her groundbreaking work to transform how we view prostitution and protect its victims
Susan Lambert discusses the rise of permatemp hiring
Pastora San Juan Cafferty remembered
Arne Duncan and Republicans look for common ground on student loan interest rates
Waldo Johnson, Jr. argues in favor of crime prevention programming toward black male youth
Associate Professor Susan Lambert addresses challenges of retail workers
Harold Pollack argues for more HIV/AIDS prevention
Jens Ludwig argues for universal background checks for gun purchases
Harold Pollack analyzes increases in utilization of disability programs
Edythe Kirchmaier, SSA's oldest known former student, shares words of advice
Crime Lab studies the Becoming A Man mentoring program
Waldo Johnson appeared on Melissa Harris-Perry's MSNBC news show and talked about his research on fathers
Mark Courtney finds that allowing foster children access to state care longer improves their educational and professional prospects
Dexter Voisin speaks about the impact of street violence on Chicago youth in a panel on Chicago Tonight
Elizabeth Brackett interviews Professor Jen Ludwig about examining gun violence through the public health system
Chicago Tribune article cites Crime Lab study that traced Chicago guns to sources outside Illinois
May 27, 12:00 AM: Memorial Day Holiday
May 30, 4:30 PM: Student Recognition Ceremony & Reception
Jun 3, 12:00 PM: Student TB Testing
Jun 4, 12:00 PM: CHAS Informal Brown Bag
Jun 5, 12:00 PM: Student TB Testing
Jun 5, 3:00 PM: SSA Faculty Meeting
Jun 7, 9:00 AM: EINet Doctoral Forum
Jun 7, 9:00 AM: Field Work Ends (2nd Year Full-Time & Graduating EEP Students)
Jun 7, 9:00 AM: Final Field Work Evaluations Due (Full-Time 1st Year Students)
Jun 14, 9:00 AM: Field Work Ends (1st Year Full-Time Students)
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