RANKED AS TOP GRAD PROGRAM

Top Graduate Program

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK RANKED AS TOP GRADUATE PROGRAM

 

The School of Social Work (SSW) at the University of Texas at Arlington is proud to announce its placement in the Top Spring 2014 Rankings for Social Work Programs according to student reviews.  The SSW ranked 24th overall out of 243 Master of Social Work (MSW) programs; 14th overall among public MSW programs; and 13th overall for Best Financial Aid.

 

Program rankings include reviews posted by more than 60,000 students participating in over 1,500 graduate programs nationwide.  Ratings are based on a 10 star system, with one being the worst and 10 being the best. 

Jennifer and Marlene

Jennifer Miller

CONGRATULATIONS Dr. Jennifer Miller and Marlene Waage

 

The School of Social Work would like to recognize Dr. Jennifer Miller (Diversity Certificate Program Advisor) and Ms. Marlene Waage (BSW & SWCC Advisor) for their academic achievements and degree attainments.   

 

Dr. Miller completed her Ph.D. in the George Mason University Cultural Studies Program.

Marlene Waage, completed her Master of Science in Academic Advising with a concentration in Administration.

 

 

Dr. Flavio F. Marsiglia

Dr. Flavio F. Marsiglia

2014 COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLOQUIUM

 

The UTA School of Social Work hosted its second Community-Based Research Interdisciplinary Colloquium on May 8, 2014 featuring Dr. Flavio Marsiglia, Foundation Professor and Director of the Southwestern Interdisciplinary Research Center (SIRC) at Arizona State University as the keynote speaker. 

 

Dr. Marsigilia lectured on community-based research. He was also the 2014 Visiting Scholar for the School of Social Work. A panel discussion was facilitated by Dr. John Bricout (Associate Dean for Research & Community Outreach, UTA School of Social Work) in which Dr. Christopher Ray (Associate Dean for Research, UTA College of Education & Health Professions) and Sophie Phillips, LMSW (Research Associate & Legislative Assistant for Texas Association for the Protection of Children) was the panelists.