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Emarely Rosa-Davila, PhD, assistant professor and program coordinator of TWU's bachelor of social work program, has been appointed to a three-year term with the Council on Social Work Education's Board of Accreditation, which governs accreditation nationwide.
As we celebrate Social Work Month, let us recognize the incredible work that social workers do every day to break down barriers and build a better world.
The Texas Woman’s University System Board of Regents today approved naming features for a new nursing research center to be established at the university’s Dallas campus and for the existing division of social work at the Denton campus.
Texas Woman’s social work undergraduate Demetria Ober is studying abroad in Granada, Spain this year. As an individual who experiences blindness, she never imagined having the courage to leave her support system behind in order to fully immerse herself in a foreign language and culture.
Ratonia Runnels featured in Scientific American's 'Social Capital in Black Communities is Often Overlooked'
“'As a young student, I learned early on that social work was a secular field and that people who have a strong faith background almost have to be prepared to tuck it in their pocket,' says Ratonia Runnels, an assistant professor of social work at Texas Woman’s University, who nonetheless studies how religion might be integrated into social work.
In 2011 Runnels published a study looking at how Black survivors of Hurricane Katrina used spirituality and religion to cope."
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