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  • Community in Action: The Diplomacy Lab

    Kick off of the Diplomacy Lab titled “Social Work and Refugee Resettlement” led by Dr. Noyori-Corbett!!"The Diplomacy Lab is a public-private partnership that enables the US State Department to “course-source” research and innovation related to foreign policy challenges, by harnessing the efforts of students and faculty experts at universities across the country."- US Department of StateAfter the lecture and the discussion with the State Department Official in t...  Read More...

  • Administrative Changes for Fall 2017

    The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work has had a busy summer! We are pleased to announce the addition of several new faculty and staff members on both the Norman and Tulsa Campuses. Please join us in welcoming our new colleagues!   Read More...

  • Community in Action: Guíamos South OKC Community Celebration

    On Saturday April 22, 2017 the OKC Southside Initiative, an innovative social work practicum unit of 6 interns instructed of Dr. Brady, co-hosted the Guíamos community event in South Oklahoma City. The focus of Guíamos was on bringing community members together to celebrate youth produced creative, literary, visual, and performance arts that were undertaken as part of the Southside Initiative’s winter/spring programming.   Read More...

  • Community Engagement: Generalist Practice with Organizations & Communities Course

    On Friday, December 9, 2016, BSW students at the University of Oklahoma presented on semester projects from their Generalist Practice with Organizations & Communities course, team-taught by Drs. Moxley and Brady. More than 40 faculty, professional social workers, and community leaders from the area attended the event, which was sponsored by the Program for Continuing Professional Development in Social Work.   Read More...

  • İLos estudiantes excepcionales de trabajo social!

    İLos estudiantes excepcionales de trabajo social! Three exceptional students stepped up for the challenge of advancing their skills of practice in Spanish. Gabriella Urquiza, Anais Figueroa, and Mary Noble, MSW students in Tulsa, are students in Advanced Direct Practice with Populations at Risk, with Dr.   Read More...

  • Hope Theory to Reduce Critical Incidents Among Soldiers

    Social Work Faculty member Ric Munoz recently visited, along with Human Relations professor and Assistant Dean Chan Hellman, US Army and Air Force base Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) just outside of Seattle. The purpose of the visit was to begin training military chaplains in the usage of hope theory to reduce critical incidents among soldiers, particularly suicide. Suicide has been linked to a sense of hopelessness, which is the perception that one's goals are unattainable, no matter the ...  Read More...

  • OU Represents at CSWE APM

    Our faculty will be presenting 13 times throughout the Council on Social Work Education's Annual Program Meeting this week. Special congratulations to faculty member Megan Gandy-Guedes and colleagues who will be presented with the 2016 Council on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (CSOGIE) Scholarship Award for their paper "Impact of victimization, community climate, and community size on mental health of sexual and gender minority youth" at the LGBT Caucus...  Read More...

  • Faculty Update - Chloe Noyori-Corbett

    Dr. Noyori-Corbett attended the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Institute Summer School in Beijing, China, 1-13 August 2016, with the support of the OU Ed Cline Award for which she was selected by a faculty senate.  She gained knowledge about the techniques of measuring multidimensional poverty, based upon the well-known Alkire Foster method.   Read More...

  • USDA Awards OK Farmer's Market Coalition Multi-Year Grant

    In 2014, Professors Karen Gray and Ric Munoz began working with a coalition of farmers’ markets, activists, and the Community Service Council to expand “Double Up Oklahoma” (DUO). DUO doubles SNAP (food stamps) participants’ purchasing power for more locally grown, healthy fruits and vegetables by matching SNAP purchases at farmers’ markets (dollar for dollar up to $20 per visit). This is a win-win for small farms and SNAP recipients by bringing local produce to low-income tables.   Read More...

  • Drs. Noyori-Corbett & Moxley Named Humanities Fellows

    Drs. Noyori-Corbett and Moxley were selected as Humanities Fellows for the center's 2016-2017 theme "Outcasts and Outlands” and were awarded a grant to benefit their project called “From the Margins to the Mainstream: Myanmar Women’s Use of Art and Narrative to Portray Their Hopes for Successful Resettlement in a Southern American City.” This was the latest of several grants earmarked for the Myanmar Women Refugees project. Dr.   Read More...