Read about Margaret Lloyd’s mentoring relationship with Jody Brook and how it impacted her time here as a Ph.D. student at University of Kansas School of Social Welfare.
Learn about the life changing experiences that Master of Social Work (MSW) degree student Nik Schuetz experienced that led him to choosing the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare.
Read about Adele Falk’s decision to choose the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at the University of Kansas.
Read Felicia Mitchell’s journey from KU undergrad to working on her Ph.D. in Social Work from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare.
Catelyn Holmes balanced work at CRADO and academics to earn her M.S.W.
Gravitated towards corrections as she felt there was a strong need for social workers in this setting.
Annie remembers sitting in a social work class at KU and deciding this is what I want to do. It wasn't just about helping people, but it was also appealing to her that she would have multiple career paths or avenues after graduation.
I choose Social Work because it gave me an opportunity to understand the hardships of my past much better and change the trajectory of my future. Social Work is one of the most universally recognized professions in the delivery of both national and international social service programs.
The social worker that I met that day helped my family navigate through those challenging times. I am forever grateful for her support and for introducing me to the profession of social work.
Kellie was one of twenty students who began KU master’s classes the summer of 2013 with the launch of KU’s new western Kansas-based M.S.W.
Molly’s interest in social work began with a desire to mentor youth in the inner city. She was able to sharpen her skills during her practicum at an inner city school district.
In December 2004, Chenault was named Haskell’s vice president of academic affairs, which gave her administrative oversight of a $3-$4 million budget and supervisory responsibility for all academic programs, budgets, faculty and staff within the Division of Academic Affairs.
Instead of writing down her own thoughts, she decided to write the stories from the perspectives of the patients.
Sam Finke graduated from the B.S.W. program in 2003 and the M.S.W. program in 2004.
Currently, Karman is the associate hospital director at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System where he manages 35 departments and roughly 400 employees.
Since graduating, Gutierrez has worked in direct therapy and counseling at the Mattie Rhodes Center in Kansas City.