Social Work provides students with backgrounds in social work, social policy, social development, opportunities for advanced scholarship, and professional growth in the context of research-intensive programs. Students are prepared for university teaching and research (theoretical and applied), including program evaluation. The program can also provide critical components for professional practice in research, policy analysis, and human service management.
|Baines, Donna||decent work and good care for older people in residential and home care, impact of neoliberalism on Indigenous social work education, impact of neoliberalism on non-Indigenous social work education, Age-Friendly Cities|
|Bratiotis, Christiana||organizational processes involved in hoarding task forces, service utilization, interventions in the context of hoarding|
|Ibrahim, Mohamed||mental health, addiction among new immigrants and refugees, global mental health|
|Kia, Hannah||LGBTQ2S+ health, LGBTQ2S+ aging, social work and other professional practice with sexual and gender minorities, effective social work practice with trans and gender diverse people, poverty, sexual and mental health issues among diverse LGBTQ2S+ populations|
|Kruk, Edward Andrew||Family and Child Services, Social Determinants of Child and Youth Development, Family, Drug Abuse, child and family policy and practice, family mediation, co-parenting after divorce, Addiction|
|Marshall, Sheila||Life Cycles ( Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood, etc.), Parent-Child Relationships, adolescent social identity, parent-adolescent interactions, adolescent well-being|
|Yan, Miu Chung|