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Jessica Lambert Ward

Jessica Lambert Ward

Jessica Lambert Ward, MSW ’12, is a clinical assistant professor with experience in micro and macro work within large and complex organizations, including with the N.C. Commission of Indian Affairs, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools and UNC School of Nursing. Ward’s macro social work practice experience has focused on reducing and removing systemic barriers to success and thriving in higher education, most recently as the founding director of the Carolina Collaborative for Resilience within the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion. Her academic interests include historical (or intergenerational trauma) and resilience.

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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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Students talk to faculty member Amy Levine about the School of Social Work.

MSW Info Sessions

Want to learn more about our MSW program options? Attend an info session!   What happens at an info...

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