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Allison Zoller

Allison Zoller joined the School of Social Work in March 2024 as an executive assistant for the advancement and communications teams. Before joining the School, Zoller was the project manager for the UNC Autism Research Center from 2017-2024. Zoller was the co-founder and executive director of Persever8, a nonprofit organization that provides life-skills education and technology training for adults with high-functioning Autism.  

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Staff and faculty celebrated for their years of service to state 

The School of Social Work is proud to recognize a number of faculty and staff members who have dedicated years of service to both the School and the state. We highlighted a list of staff and faculty members whose talent and service have helped bring the School continued success.  
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First-year doctoral student Ally Waters receives research grant for proposal 

School of Social Work first-year doctoral student Ally Waters was recently awarded the Graduate Certificate in Participatory Research 2024 Seed Grant Award. Her proposal was titled, “Using Participatory Research Methods to Identify Assets and Opportunities for Diversion and Reentry Services in Rural North Carolina.”  
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UNC School of Social Work ranked No. 4 best graduate school for social work in the nation 

The School of Social Work moved up three spots in the latest U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate Schools” rankings, rising to a tie for fourth in the nation among the 319 surveyed social work schools accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Social Work Education.  
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