|Through global inquiry, academic partnerships, collaborative research endeavors and international immersion opportunities for students, the School is addressing complex social problems around the world.
||Students at SP2 gain a global perspective through learning from international faculty, interacting with peers from across the globe, international curricular content, engaging in study abroad programs and global immersion experiences.
||"The degree programs at SP2 use a global perspective in identifying social problems and then provide students opportunities to understand the local structures and issues that must be addressed in developing appropriate policies and practices."
- Richard Gelles, PhD, The Joanne and Raymond Welsh Chair of Child Welfare and Family Violence
|Through hands on experiences, students have the opportunity to engage with global problems through a multicultural lens. The School is committed to preparing students to be leaders of social change across the globe.