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B.S.W. leadership team presenting at national conference about shared language in centering ADEI

The VCU School of Social Work’s B.S.W. Program leadership will be presenting at the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, in March. Stephanie G. Odera, Ed.D., program director, and Allison K. Ryals, M.S.W., assistant program director, are making the presentation. BSW curriculum renewal: Creating programmatic shared language to further […]

Honoring student excellence for 2022-23

The VCU School of Social Work is pleased to recognize the academic and service excellence of nearly 250 students as we close the 2022-2023 academic year. Honors include major national awards through the VCU Scholarship Office, VCU and School of Social Work annual awards, Phi Alpha Honor Society inductees, and B.S.W. students who earned Dean’s […]

With Critical Language Scholarship and Fulbright honors, B.S.W. student Kemp focused on ‘global citizenship’

The positive impact a social worker had on his family as a child helped put Oscar Kemp on a path from Danville, Virginia; to Virginia Commonwealth University; and, starting this summer, to East Africa. Kemp will earn his Bachelor of Social Work degree from the VCU School of Social Work on May 12. Earlier in […]

B.S.W. student Ezzard sweeps awards, will represent commonwealth in national public policy program

Awards season rolled in like a blizzard for Austin Ezzard, an undergraduate student in the VCU School of Social Work.  “This has been a big and overwhelming week and I have yet to process it all,” he says of a week filled with awards ceremonies and notifications from April 18-20. And those awards come on […]

It takes two: Summer Jones is the name to know for social work Commencement

Spring Commencement for the VCU School of Social Work had a distinctly Summer feel to it in 2022. Among the nearly 300 graduates who received degrees on May 13 at the Siegel Center, two stood out in the list of graduates: Summer Jones and … Summer Jones. That was not a typo. Summer Caroline Jones […]