School of Social Work

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Founded in 1964, the University of Georgia School of Social Work was the first state-funded school of social work in Georgia. The school prepares culturally competent practitioners and scholars to be leaders in addressing persistent and emerging social problems through practice, research, and policy.

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Upcoming Events

Athens Social Justice Symposium

This annual student-organized event fosters dialogue and interaction between Athens area residents and organizations that are working toward sustainable...

1/25 8am
Extended Time MSW Information Session

The Extended Time MSW Program offers classes after 5 p.m. on weeknights or on Saturdays at the Gwinnett Campus. The degree can be earned over three years or...

1/30 12:30pm
Workshop: Framing Social Work as Human Rights Practice

This workshop is geared for social workers in direct practice who want to deepen their understanding of social work as a human rights profession and to...

2/8 9am
MSW Information Session

For applicants who are interested in the full time MSW degree program at the UGA Athens Campus. Programs offered: Advanced Standing 1 Year Program,...

2/18 5:30pm
Art + Education for Social Justice Symposium

The symposium, which runs Feb. 21 - 23, 2020, focuses on how art and education promote social change, utilizing contributions from in and outside the field...

2/21 8am

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