Take the first step toward obtaining your MSW by attending a live, online information session.
During the web-based event, our Assistant Director of Recruitment, Admissions and Financial Aid will review the application process and discuss how to be a competitive applicant to the UNC School of Social Work. There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions related to the application and admissions process.
Thanks to a $650,000 federal grant, Pitt County and UNC School of Social Work researchers will continue to partner over the next two years on solutions to reduce domestic violence homicides.
The eastern North Carolina county was recently selected among four sites in the country to share $2.6 million to put into place promising programs aimed at quickly identifying women who are in potentially fatal abusive relationships or in households of risk and connecting them to services before its too late. Rebecca Macy, the School of Social Work’s L. Richardson Preyer Distinguished Chair for Strengthening Families, serves as a local evaluator and consultant for the project.
Researchers at the UNC School of Social Work have received a $1.24 million grant to address child trafficking in North Carolina.
The U.S. Children’s Bureau, Office of the Administration for Children & Families awarded the five-year grant to Research Prof. Dean Duncan to launch Project NO REST, a collaborative effort focused on increasing awareness of sexual and labor trafficking among children and youth involved in the state’s child welfare system, especially those in foster care.