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Can yoga help those experiencing depression, anxiety or PTSD?

With the growing interest in yoga as an option for treating people who experience mental health problems because of various forms of trauma, researcher Rebecca Macy weighs in on whether the evidence supports the practice as a standalone solution for improving mental health and well-being. Read more


Chowa planning interdisciplinary global research center

Associate Professor Gina Chowa hopes to create a global center dedicated to enhancing the lives of marginalized populations around the world. Read more


Adverse Weather Alert

The University is operating under Condition 2 (suspended operations) on Monday, Feb. 15. Classes are cancelled through 3:20 p.m. Individual faculty may use discretion to arrange any make-up classes or work. More info

Be sure to check alert.unc.edu for updates on university-wide cancellations. In the case of inclement weather, individual School of Social Work faculty may cancel a class at their discretion even if UNC has not canceled classes. Instructors will attempt to notify their students if class is canceled. Students are encouraged to check with their instructor to see if class is canceled.


School providing Mental Health First Aid training to UNC faculty and staff

The Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program (BHRP) at the UNC School of Social Work was awarded a federal grant to provide Mental Health First Aid training to UNC-Chapel Hill faculty and staff over the next three years. Registration is now open for training. Read more


Career Day set for April 4

The UNC School of Social Work will host its annual Career Day on Monday, April 4, 2016, in the Tate-Turner-Kuralt Building from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Career Day provides an opportunity for MSW students, as well as undergraduate students from BSW programs, to discuss employment options with representatives from social services agencies throughout North Carolina. Read more