Three social work doctoral students seek employment

The University of Kansas School of Social Welfare currently has three doctoral candidates seeking employment. The candidates showcase a broad variety of social work teaching and research interests. This year the candidates are scholars studying youth activism and marginalization youth, mental health treatment and the intersection of physical and mental health, and mixed methods and marginalized populations.

The University of Kansas School of Social Welfare is rooted in the Strengths Perspective. The dedicated researchers and scholars prepare students to practice with integrity and competence; advancing the science and knowledge base of social work through scholarship and research; and participating in community-engaged service. The social work doctoral program equips graduates with the critical knowledge and skills they need to become innovators as researchers, scholars, educators, social policy analysts and academic leaders.

The doctoral candidates are April Diaz, Nikolaus Schuetz, and Kelechi Wright.

You can learn more about the candidates in our doctoral candidate viewbook.