Volume Seven: Issue One

The Clinician: Volume Seven: Issue One – Fall 2019

  • Director’s Message
  • Editor’s Note
  • Becoming Your “Future Doctor Self”
  • Maximizing your DSW Immersion
  • Podcast Previews: DSW Roundtable Discussion, Worker Cultural Competency with LGBTQ Youth & Dissertation Innovation
  • DSW Alumni Updates

The Fellow

The Fellow: Volume 14: Issue 1 – October 2019

  • From the Editor’s Desk
  • Message from the DSSC Chairs
  • Message from PhD Director
  • Faculty Connection
  • Alumni Experience
  • Incoming PhD Students & Visiting Students

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.

Collectivist

Collectivist: Volume Two

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

SP2 News

Dakota Becker MSW

Student Life

MSW Student Selected for Yale Child Study Center Fellowship

Dakota Becker, a student in the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice...

TJ Ghose

Faculty & Research, Global Engagement

Toorjo Ghose Receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to India

The U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board are pleased to announce that Dr. Toorjo...

Soumya Mittal

Student Life

MSSP Student Applies Data and Advocacy Skills to Child Education Development

Soumya Mittal, a student in the Master of Science in Social Policy (MSSP) program at Penn’s School of Social Policy...

Scott Giacommuci

Alumni Stories

DSW Alum Publishes First Book on Social Work, Sociometry, and Psychodrama Intersection

As Scott Giacomucci explains, psychodrama—a form of group psychotherapy rooted in aspects of theater, psychology, sociology, and mysticism— has, in...

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