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Jonathan Rockoff

Jonathan Rockoff

Jonathan Rockoff is a training specialist with the Family and Children’s Resource Program at the School of Social Work, where he facilitates and creates trainings on child welfare topics, such as responding to child sexual abuse, substance use, trauma, coaching, foster care, and adoption. Rockoff has more than 15 years of experience working directly with families who have experienced trauma. His expertise on family well-being was shaped by his first-hand experience working in a variety of settings, including in-home services, juvenile justice, foster care, adoption, and education. Rockoff writes for a nationally recognized publication targeting child welfare professionals and resource parents, called Fostering Perspectives.

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Ramona Denby-Brinson, Dean of the UNC School of Social Work. (Photo courtesy of Alyssa LaFaro)

All in the Family

Ramona Denby-Brinson has spent the last 30 years keeping children out of the foster system and in the homes of relatives.
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Ms. Hortense McClinton at the Hortense McClinton Legacy Scholarship dinner on May 14, 2022.

School honors social work trailblazer Hortense McClinton

Nearly 250 friends, family, UNC and community leaders, social workers, and School of Social Work faculty, staff...
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2019 UNC School of Social Work doctoral cohort

Doctoral Admissions

UNC School of Social Work offers doctoral education leading to the Ph.D in Social Work. Graduates of our doctoral program...

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