Colleges Against Cancer
Regina Smalls Baker of the School of Arts & Sciences and Amy Castro Baker of the School of Social Policy & Practice explore how data can be better used to analyze and address poverty.
A new, online course for incoming SP2 students entitled “The Penn Experience: Racism, Reconciliation and Engagement” was created in collaboration with Penn’s School of Dental Medicine and launched in July.
Students, faculty, and staff from the School of Social Policy & Practice took part in the recent Commitment March in the nation’s capital.
The interdisciplinary “One Health in Practice” curriculum positions veterinarians for new career pathways in human, environmental health.
Four takeaways from Penn researchers show there’s more to learn to protect those at risk for intimate partner violence.
Liu is working with the startup Nexusera to respond to the surging need for remote care caused by the pandemic by connecting patients with their families and caretakers through a medication adherence management system.
With limited resources, youth who are aging out of foster care are bearing a heavy social and economic burden during the COVID-19 pandemic, experiencing under or unemployment, education disruption, homelessness, and food insecurity.
As the COVID-19 epidemic began to affect all aspects of daily life in Philadelphia communities, SP2 students saw their lessons collide with the ways local philanthropic funders and nonprofit organizations address unprecedented challenges in real time.
In a Q&A, School of Social Policy & Practice researcher Susan B. Sorenson describes new challenges surrounding intimate partner violence and the uptick in gun purchases since this crisis began.
Amy Castro Baker of the School of Social Policy & Practice advocates for a multiprong approach to public assistance during the global pandemic
Raekwon Burton, a grad student in the School of Social Policy & Practice, wrote about the lack of diversity in the field of social work.
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Sarah Wasch of the School of Social Policy & Practice and the Field Center spoke about the “dangerous message” foster-care agencies send to children when denying applications from LGBTQ potential parents.
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