• Join Us for an Important “Community Conversation”

    Join Us for an Important “Community Conversation”

    When we know better, we can do better. In this kick-off of our “Community Conversations” speaker series, hosted by the College of Social Work & Criminal Justice, PBC Public Defender Carey Haughwout and social worker Marcia Daley will focus on the racial and socioeconomic inequities within the criminal justice system and how social workers and criminal justice professionals are partnering to help heal the disparity. Free to attend. Community members, students, faculty, staff and friends welcome.

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  • New Study Reveals 7 Student Preferences for Online Learning

    Drs. Dani Groton and Christine Spadola have published key findings in Social Work Education: The International Journal on the learning preferences of social work students when it comes to online instruction.

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  • Two Schools Partner to Form the College of Social Work & Criminal Justice

    Encompassing the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler School of Social Work and the School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, the new college is committed to advocating for justice, mobilizing resiliency and promoting equality across our one human race.

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  • BSW Program Ranked #3 in State

    Our Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program was ranked third in the state for highest monthly earning potential after graduation.

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  • Meet our CAPS Liaison

    Adriana Labarta, LMHC, is a staff counselor at FAU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Listen in as she shares helpful tips for keeping calm during the COVID-19 pandemic and outlines the services CAPS offers free of charge to FAU students.

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  • New Book Explores Brain Development in Social Context

    Congratulations to Gail Horton, MSW, Ph.D., on the publication of her new book – an ideal resource for students, as well as social work and mental health practitioners.

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  • Pause. Breathe. Welcome.

    We are proud to introduce the new webpage for the Robin Rubin Center for Happiness and Life Enhancement. Get to know the center and its free resources for students, faculty, staff, and our local community.

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