In keeping with College recommendations to enhance the comfort of all students, faculty and staff, we are becoming a fragrance free environment. Learn more about complying with the SSW policy.
Do you know what the Elective Structure Requirements 3-2-2 mean for you this year? This provides an overview for each class year.
Additional Admininstrative Notices:Introducing 2016 Chairs and CoordinatorsIntroduction of New Faculty MembersCritical ConversationsSSW is becoming fragrance-freeWell, Well, Well: Self-Care at Smith
May 17, 2016 "OCD & Social Anxiety"
Alan Seigel, LICSW
7-8pm in the Case Study Room (McConnell 103)
(7 College Lane, Northampton)
Mass NASW is presenting a one day Licensing Test Preparation course, which will help you review for the exam that you will soon be taking. Although licensing is different in each state, the test is the same in all states except California, which gives their own exam. That doesn't...
Additional General Notices:Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & Related Disorders Smith College Lecture Series 2015-2016
The Smith College Lazarus Center for Career Development will be hosting a Resume Collection and Interview Day for graduating M.S.W. students.
This summer the Smith College School For Social Work will be holding a celebration to honor the many years of service dedicated to our School and the Social Work profession by our retiring faculty members Professor Joan Berzoff, Adjunct Associate Professor Fred Newdom, and Associate Professor Cat...
Additional Events/Sessions:2016 Public Lecture Series in Social Work
There are no changes that will affect your research education at SSW. Second summer students will take the foundation research course and will write a thesis over the fall-spring terms. The thesis can be a faculty-sponsored empirical project conducted individually or as a group, as the project is de...
Welcome to Smith College School for Social Work! Like the class ahead of you, all students will take the two-term foundational research class in the second summer. Unlike the class ahead of you, you will not be required to do a thesis during your second year placement. Instead, you will fulfill your
In his first post the SSW Dispatches blog, AJ Metthe makes the connection between theory and clinical practice in the field. AJ is a second-year student in the SSW M.S.W. program, placed at the Johnson and Wales University Counseling Services in Providence, Rhode Island. Learn more about AJ and his ...
In the first SSW Dispatches post of the 2015-2016 year, Hannah Smith writes about immersion in her first field placement.
The Alumni Association is offering the Roger Miller Dissertation Grant to support the highest level of scholarly dissertation research on at-risk populations by Ph.D. candidates at Smith College School for Social Work. The Grant stands at $1,000 and the deadline is May 9, 2016 (postmarked). Visit th...
Join Dean Marianne Yoshioka in Toronto for "The Cultural Context of Domestic Violence," a lecture followed by a reception. (5/12/16, lecture 6:30pm, reception 7:30pm)
We are pleased to announce that our 2016 Commencement Speaker is CarmenLeah Ascencio, LICSW, MPH, CPC, RYT.
CarmenLeah Ascencio is a public health social worker, therapist, radical life coach, trauma-sensitive yoga instructor and educator, who specializes in working with survivors of ...