Everything listed under: International

  • 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...

  • Child Welfare Exchange Visit

      Students from Haruv University will visit Oklahoma the week of November 1st - 5th to complete this year's child welfare exchange. You can read about our students travel to Israel earlier this summer here. During their visit, Israeli students will have the opportunity to learn about our child welfare system through visits to a group home, speakers, information on and a tour of the Cherokee Nation, visits to local agencies, simulation experiences, and more.   Read More...

  • Avital Friedman and Haruv USA

      The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work is pleased to welcome Avital Friedman, a visiting faculty member from Haruv USA. She is here to establish Haruv USA at OU-Tulsa, which is a partnership between the Haruv Institute in Israel, the OU Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, and the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa. Haruv USA has a unique focus on comprehensive, interprofessional education, training and research in the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.   Read More...

  • Child Welfare Exchange 2015

      The International Child Welfare Exchange is now in its second year at the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. In May 2014, the first ten MSW graduate students traveled to Israel where they learned and experienced international issues in child welfare. They shared this in-country experience with other faculty from the University of Oklahoma as part of an ongoing international elective exchange program generously funded by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation.   Read More...

  • The International Song of Social Work

      The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work recently hosted The International Song of Social Work, a continuing education event with special guests from the Maisha Project children's choir. The Maisha Project is a comprehensive community development program in rural Kisumu, Kenya that addresses poverty, hunger, disease and under-education in the area. Founded by Bea Williamson, Bea grew up in the Kenyan village but now lives in Oklahoma City and operates the non-profit program from th...  Read More...

  • International Child Welfare Exchange

      The International Child Welfare exchange elective is a new addition in the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. In May 2014, the first ten MSW graduate students traveled to Israel where they learned and experienced international issues in child welfare. They shared this in-country experience with other faculty from University of Oklahoma as part of an ongoing international elective exchange program generously funded by the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation.   Read More...