Our alumni continue to tackle issues of diversity, power, and privilege in their careers and to advocate for disadvantaged and disenfranchised populations. Our alumni are able to utilize the classes and conversations they had here at SP2 in order to counteract discrimination and oppression in their daily work and communities. Many of our alumni hold leadership positions related to diversity and inclusion in various organizations.

Our alumni remain connected to SP2, serving on advisory committees, networking with other alumni, and attending SP2-sponsored events, both on-campus and throughout the United States and the world. Additionally, alumni support SP2’s diverse recruitment efforts by referring students of all different backgrounds to each of our five degree programs.

SP2 News

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Faculty & Research

New Study Examines Experiences of Foster Youth During COVID-19

A new study from the Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice, & Research reveals that youth in foster care and...

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Faculty & Research, Student Life

Social Policy & Practice’s 2020 Award Winners

Please join us in recognizing and congratulating the following members of our Social Policy & Practice community for their outstanding...

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Alumni Stories

MSSP Alum Awarded 2020 Bank of America Fellowship

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question many can recall hearing throughout childhood. For...

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Faculty & Research

COVID-19 and the Housing Crisis

Amy Castro Baker has been in the news lately. As an assistant professor in the School of Social Policy &...

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