Everything listed under: Alumni

  • Alumni Happenings: Thank you to OU MSW program

    "Just wanted to send a BIG THANK YOU to the Tulsa OU MSW program professors and staff for the support they gave during my MSW journey. Commuting from Lawton to finish the program was tough, but I'm glad I finished the program. On August 7, 2017, I began my new career as a Psychological Clinican II at the Southwest Oklahoma Juvenile Center with the Office of Juvenile Affairs (OJA)." - Pennyrose Perez, MSW ('17)Our array of flexible program options for working students allows man...  Read More...

  • Women’s March: Honoring Paula Schonauer, Meadow Hazelhoff, and Deborah Johnson

    On January 21, 2017, two current social work students and one former student helped shape history. Per the National Association of Social Workers, social workers are ethically bound to engage politically and advocate for justice. Paula Schonauer, Meadow Hazelhoff, and Deborah Johnson led an outstanding, political, social justice movement in the state of Oklahoma, and the School is proud to share their story of activism for positive social change.Paula, Meadow, and Deborah believe in women’...  Read More...

  • Terri White named CAS Distinguished Alumni

    We are thrilled to announce that MSW alumna Terri White, Commissioner for the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, has been selected as one of the 2017 OU College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Alumni. She will be honored at the 2017 Kaleidoscope Evening in Norman on Friday, March 3rd. Commissioner White will present to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends on Thursday, March 2nd.  Read More...

  • Health Professions Week - Alumni Spotlight

    Frannie Pryor is the first behavioral health consultant at Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Oklahoma City. She is dually licensed as a clinical social worker and alcohol and drug counselor and is also certified in behavioral health case management. She completed a post-graduate certificate program in Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in May of 2014.   Read More...

  • Health Professions Week - Alumni Spotlight

    Health Professions Week is designed to help college and high school students explore the various career options in health. Many of our alumni work in health related settings playing vital roles. Today alumna Tracy Schettler, Behavioral Health Consultant for the Department of Family & Preventive Medicine at OU, is sharing more about what she does.Practicing social work in an integrated family medicine setting is an exciting, fast pace career choice.   Read More...

  • Alumni Update - Velvet Brown

       Winston Churchill said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give” and that seated value of giving for me was found in the Administration and Community Practice program at OU. The program represented everything I desired to do with my life; to be a “Servant Leader” for larger groups, organizations and communities. The education and knowledge I gained through the program provided the tools needed to develop and organize Supporters of Families with Sickle Ce...  Read More...

  • We Need You - Mentor Program & Alumni Survey

      The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work is pleased to announce we will be launching our Sooner Social Workers Mentoring Program this fall. We are currently seeking mentors. Please read this letter from our Director, Dr.   Read More...

  • Alumni Update - Shawn Partridge, Muscogee (Creek) Nation

    Shawn Partridge is an alumna of the MSW program and current Board of Visitors member. She is the Director of the Family Violence Prevention Program for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Counting Shawn, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention Program Staff is made up of four alumni and/or current students.   Read More...

  • Monument Quilt

    The Monument Quilt is a public healing space by and for survivors of rape and abuse. The quilt travels across the country and its story grows with every stop. Fabric squares are stitched together at each new location, most recently on the Schusterman Center lawn.  We are thankful to all who participated and organized the event.   Read More...

  • Professional Development Day 2015

       The Tulsa campus hosted its second annual Professional Development Day for students this past Thursday, March 12, 2015. Sponsored by the school, the MSWSA, and the College of Arts and Sciences, this day aims to provide students with a variety of resources to fuel their professional career and includes: Tulsa area agency representatives  Faculty/student advising time Licensure talk by Jim Marks, Director of the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers NASW talk by Mary Jo...  Read More...