Putting Universal Human Rights to Work: Policy Actions in the Struggle for Social Justice is the title of Archibald Stuart’s new book (University Press of New England, 2012). As President Obama and his adversaries in the Republican Party debate “fairness” and economic inequality, this timely book addresses policy actions Americans can take to reduce inequality […]
The University of Connecticut’s first African-American professor, Rollin Charles Williams, died Monday, Sept. 24, in Waterford, Conn., after a short illness. He was 90 years old. A professor emeritus at the time of his death, Williams was hired as a full-time assistant professor in the School of Social Work in 1957. During his 30 years […]
As part of the UConn Civility Metanoia 2012, Brunilda Ferraj, an advanced policy practice student entered the civility poster contest. She received 3rd place for her submission. Congratulations to Brunilda on her excellent poster and representing the School of Social Work.
Pedro E. Segarra, MSW ’82, JD ’85 – Creating Meaningful and Lasting Change as the Mayor of Hartford Read more about Pedro Segarra… Read about other Alumni Leaders Making a Difference
“The Impact of Women as Leaders and Policy Makers: Lessons Learned from the Past” was the focus of the workshop presented by Cathy Havens on May 15, 2012 at the 20th annual conference. This year’s theme was Empowered Women Build Strong Communities: Raising Voices – Creating Change. Cathy’s areas of specialization include women’s studies focusing […]
Robert P. Connolly serves as a geriatric consultant to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in Baltimore, MD. He has guided minimum data set 3.0 (MDS 3.0) Section Q Return to Community implementation issues, facilitated federal nursing home transition partnerships between CMS, Veterans Administration and Administration for Community Living (ACL), formerly Administration on […]