At the invitation of the Community Collaborative Research Network (a new initiative of the Social Intervention Group at Columbia University’s School of Social Work), the Morris Justice Project reported on findings from two years of documenting experiences with the police […]
Date: Friday, March 31 Time: 2:00–5:00 pm Location: Room C05, Social Work Building, 1255 Amsterdam Ave., NYC As Ubuntu Education Fund’s Chief Program Officer, Jana Zindell oversees the strategic development and implementation of the organization’s programs. She spearheaded the creation of the […]
We are excited to announce the launch of ASPIRE’s website! ASPIRE’s principal investigators are Nabila El-Bassel and Neeraj Kaushal. Dr. El-Bassel is the Willma and Albert Musher Professor of Social Work at the Columbia School of Social Work and directs […]
WINGS: An Evidence-based SBIRT Intervention for Addressing Partner Violence Among Young Women Who Use Drugs or Alcohol Thursday, March 2, 2017 @ 3-4:30pm ET(2CT/1MT/12PT) Description: This free webinar will present recent research findings on WINGS (Women Initiating New Goals of Safety), […]
Faculty Q&A: Social Scientist Desmond Patton Studies Inner City Violence CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE.
Free 1-hour webinar to be held on Friday, December 2nd at 11:00 AM ET, conducted by Columbia University. This webinar is open to agencies currently implementing Connect and those who are interested in implementing the new ConnectHIP or couples-based HIV prevention. More […]
In keeping with its tradition as a school of global firsts, the Columbia School of Social work has created an opportunity for students to do their second-year field placements overseas. The first Global Social Work Scholars will head to Zambia, […]
Professor Patton goes On The Record at WYPR to discuss how analyzing social media posts, even hashtags and emojis can prevent violence among young people. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST.
In the absence of a vaccine or cure for HIV infection, behavioral risk reduction and treatment adherence (HIV Testing Together, initiation of pre-exposure prophylaxis [PrEP] or post-exposure [PEP] for HIV negative persons or anti-retroviral treatment [ART] adherence for HIV positive […]