Introducing Stephanie Gaito: 2023 Lt. Rawlins Merit Scholarship Recipient
Social work master’s student Stephanie Gaito (Social Work, ’22) is passionate about serving rural areas and giving them the proper representation they deserve.
School of Social Work Shares Gifts of Gratitude with Community Partners
With support from a North Valley Community Foundation COVID-19 relief grant, the School of Social Work purchased self-care gifts for area social workers who have supported students' education during the pandemic.
Cross-Disciplinary Faculty Duo Honored for Innovative Partnership
Combining disciplines into a team-taught course that aspires to change local policy, Susan Roll and Jennifer Wilking have been honored by the California State University for their innovation.
Student Teams Work to Alleviate Housing Insecurity
The cross-disciplinary course concludes this week with presentations on partnerships and policies to find solutions for students, Camp Fire survivors, and generally unsheltered individuals.
Fond Farewell: Social Work Graduate Student Daphne Kenney
Daphne Kenney's passions for social work and social justice drove her aspirations toward a career helping individuals who had been homeless or incarcerated.
Fond Farewell: Social Work Major Mishayla Hamlett
Whether with her sorority sisters in Upsilon Kappa Delta or mentoring students in the Chico Student Success Center, Mishayla Hamlett helped others be their best selves.
Fond Farewell: Social Work Graduate Student Angela Cannon
Kind and supportive of her classmates, Angela Cannon's greatest passions were social work and social justice.
Chico in Love
Campus sweethearts share their stories about what life is like when the one you love also works where you work.
‘Poverty Scholar’ Susan Roll Sheds Light on Welfare System Flaws
Social work professor Susan Roll’s real-world research into ways to keep low-income families from falling off the "benefits cliff" provides her students with innovative insights.