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More than a Degree: A Difference.

Here your choices abound: You may pursue an MSW through a wide variety of flexible study plans including the Advanced Standing option; complete your PhD; or take continuing education classes. Our MSW program is methods-based. This unique difference allows students to choose an area of concentration, engage in field learning, and even select a focused area of study. PhD students can prepare for leadership roles by developing advanced research and critical thinking skills in a supportive scholarship community.
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Dean Raheim to be Keynote Speaker at Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Dean Salome Raheim will be the Keynote speaker at West Hartford’s 15th Annual Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 17, 2011, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m., Town Hall Auditorium, 50 South Main Street, West... 

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Dr. Medina Appointed to CT Commission on Health Equity

Dr. Catherine Medina has been appointed as a member of the State of Connecticut Commission on Health Equity. The commission was established to eliminate disparities in health status based on race, ethnicity, and linguistic ability... 

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Governor Malloy Names Jeannette DeJesús Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Public Health, Special Advisor to the Governor on Healthcare Reform

Governor Dan Malloy announced that Jeannette DeJesús will join his administration in a cabinet-level position, as both the Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Public Health and Special Advisor to the Governor on Healthcare... 

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Social Work Faculty Co-Edit New Book on Mental Health

Social Work Faculty Co-Edit New Book on Mental Health

Dr. Nina Rovinelli Heller and Dr. Alex Gitterman have co-edited Mental Health and Social Problems A Social Work Perspective (Routledge, October 2010). The textbook explores the complicated relationship between mental conditions... 

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