Conference will be held April 29 at the Campbell House in Lexington and will cover a number of topics including moral injury, suicide prevention and military culture. ...read more
Even as a child, Karah Holbert was inspired to follow in her mother's footsteps to the UK College of Social Work with the goal of making lasting changes in the lives of other people. ...read more
The UK College of Social Work's annual Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series will present Sam Brooke, a deputy legal director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Economic Justice Project, based in Montgomery, Alabama, on April 1. ...read more
Graduate and undergraduate students at the UK College of Social Work are sharpening their counseling and leadership skills by providing more than 131,000 hours of service to some of Kentucky's most vunerable citizens.
The UK College of Social Work will offer a graduate certificate in military behavioral health beginning with the summer 2016 semester to students interested in the counseling professions. ...read more
Carlton Craig, in the UK College of Social Work, has received a three-year SAMHSA grant which will be used to work in collaboration with UK's Department of Family and Community Medicine to prepare social workers and health professionals to respond to contemporary workforce challenges in health care. ...read more
Roger Cleveland, associate professor in the College of Education and director of the Center for Education Equality and Excellence at EKU, will be the featured speaker at the UK College of Social Work's Diversity Training and Workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. ...read more
Jay Miller, assistant professor in the UK College of Social Work, has been appointed to federal and state advisory boards on juvenile justsice and delinquency prevention. ...read more