The Fellow

The Fellow: Volume 13: Issue 1 – October 2018

  • From the Editor’s Desk
  • Message from the DSSC Chairs
  • Message from PhD Director
  • Alumni Experience
  • Incoming PhD Students & Visiting Students
  • Good News & Peer Cites

SP2 Review 2017

2017 SP2 Review: SP2.0 A Penn Red & Blueprint for Impact

The SP2 Review is the annual publication of the School of Social Policy & Practice. Combining a traditional annual report with a contemporary alumni magazine, the SP2 Review captures the progress and success of SP2’s academic program and research centers.

The Clinician

The Clinician: Volume Six, Issue One – Winter-Spring 2017

  • Director’s Message (Lina Hartocollis, PhD, LCSW)
  • Going the Distance (Donna M. Wampole, LCSW; Amy Page, LCSW; Manuela Mage, LSW)
  • Gilbert Baker: An Interview with the Father of the Rainbow Flag (Manuela Mage, LSW)
  • My History of “Change” at Penn (Jeffrey N. Jin, ACSW)
  • Seas of Change (Donna M. Wampole, LCSW)
  • Alumni News

Collectivist

Collectivist: Volume Two

The second volume of Collectivist includes student work on Community, Opinion, Research, Special Topics, Sex Work, and Identity.

SP2 News

Alumni Stories

SP2 Alumna Named Southeast Division Representative of NASW-PA

Rachael Neff, a 2004 alumna of the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at Penn’s School of Social Policy &...

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Faculty & Research, Alumni Stories

Researchers Win Grant to Study Impact of Guaranteed Income Project

A duo of faculty researchers from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and the University of Pennsylvania have received a Robert...

Control Societies speaker series

Faculty & Research

Innovative SP2 Faculty-Founded Speaker Series Awarded Additional Year of Grant Funding

As part of an ongoing University-wide initiative to foster diversity and inclusion, the Excellence Through Diversity Fund, awarded annually by the Provost’s...

Christina Bach on Penn's campus

Faculty & Research, Alumni Stories

Oncology Social Workers: Navigating Health Care and Supporting Families

When Christina Bach tells people what she does for a living, they usually respond with, “Oh, I could never do...

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