Faculty Voices: Michelle Putnam on Social Service and Aging Populations

We sat down with Simmons School of Social Work professor Michele Putnam to discuss her experience in social work involving older adult and geriatric populations. The following is her full interview. 

Faculty Voices: An Interview with Kristie Thomas

We sat down with Simmons School of Social Work professor Kristie Thomas, PhD, MSW to discuss her work in the domestic violence space, her research, and her professional experiences. The following is a full transcript of our conversation.

Student Spotlight: Q&A with Marian Arceo

A student spotlight featuring MSW student Marian Arceo.

We Can Choose To Be #MoreThanALabel

Elianne Ramos is the principal and CEO of Speak Hispanic Communications and founder of the Border Kids Relief Project. Known online as @ERGeekGoddess, she is an award-winning, nationally recognized social entrepreneur and Latino community advocate.

#MoreThanALabel: Immigrant Stories Define What It Means to be American

David Leopold practices immigration law in Cleveland, Ohio. He is an immigration reform advocate and past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Social Work Conferences to Attend in 2015 and 2016

Social work conferences are a great way to continue your social work education, but also offer some informal perks that can help you advance your career. With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of some of the biggest upcoming social work conferences.