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Our Faculty

Silver School faculty are creating knowledge for tomorrow and training the next generation of social workers. Our stellar faculty include a leader in qualitative research methods and the president of the National Association of Social Workers. Faculty members are shaping the discourse of the major theoretical and philosophical issues facing the profession, building a cadre of social workers in palliative and end-of-life care, and partnering with agencies and organizations to create effective interventions. LEARN MORE»

 

Academics

The Silver School offers outstanding degree programs at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels. The Bachelor of Science program establishes the foundation graduates need to effectively address the social problems of today’s world. The MSW program offers an integrated curriculum, which weaves together classroom and field experiences, educating students about the pursuit of social justice. Our doctoral program prepares students for a successful career at an academic institution and for leadership roles in design and development of social welfare programs and policies. LEARN MORE»

 

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Associate Professor Michelle Munson Awarded Silberman Fund Grant
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University Grant to Help Fund NYU Silver Faculty Development Series on Race and Racism
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Professor Deborah Padgett Appointed to National Alliance to End Homelessness’ Research Council
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