KU Social Welfare faculty, researchers to present at SSWR 2024 conference

LAWRENCE – More than 30 faculty, researchers and students from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare will have their work represented at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) annual conference. The conference is Jan. 10-14 in Washington, D.C.

KU School of Social Welfare attendees will share their research in presentations, symposia, roundtable discussions and poster presentations. Their work covers a broad range of research areas, with topics including mental health, child welfare, health equity, substance use and gender-based violence.  

The theme of the 2024 SSWR conference is, “Recentering & Democratizing Knowledge: The Next 30 Years of Social Work Science.” The scientific program includes over 500 presentations.

Read a full list of KU School of Social Welfare presentations at SSWR 2024.