SSA offers a number of lectures throughout the year, where experts speak on a variety of current issues in social work and social welfare policy.
Black Young Men in America: Rising above a Social and Racial Prejudice, Trauma, and Educational Disparities
2014 ConverSSAtions Series
The Ruth Knee Lecture
Pastora San Juan Cafferty Lecture on Race and Ethnicity in American Life
The Rhoda G. Sarnat Lecture
The Ikuo Yamaguchi Memorial Seminar
Technology and the Rising Cost of Health Care: A Paradigm Shift
Navigating the Cultural Divide: Bridging the Gap Between our Professional, Public and Private Selves
Tampa Harper Lecture with Virginia Parks – Jobs and Politics: Urban Grassroots Responses
Social Exclusion: The Marginalization of African Americans in Health Care, Housing and Employment
Poverty, Promise, & Possibility Lecture Series
Sexual Identity, Health and Stigma in India: Traditional Statuses and Western Influences
“A lot of the clinical approach is second nature to me, but it is compelling to take what I learn in class and really make it work,” says Rocio Reyes, AM '12.
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