Karen Keogh ‘88 Appointed New York State Secretary to the Governor
The School of Social Welfare alumna and former member of the Stony Brook Foundation Board of Trustees was appointed by New York's new Governor Kathy Hochul.
School of Social Welfare Launches Course on Race and Anti-Racist Practice
“Understanding White Fragility and Black Rage" is an elective course that helps students understand the dynamics of social oppression, racism and anti-racist practice.
Ijeoma Opara Receives Prestigious Early Independence Award
The assistant professor in the School of Social Welfare earned the NIH award for a project that addresses substance use and mental health among urban youth.
Stony Brook Uses New Strategy to Aid Those with Disabilities During COVID-19
Michelle Ballan created a COVID Disability Form to help all individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities communicate their needs.
Social Work Student Reaches Out to Isolated Seniors Online
As New York began to feel the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak, Katie Maroldi, a second-year MSW student in Stony Brook’s Social Welfare Program, took one of her professor’s lessons...Read More
Peony Tse ’20 Leverages Scholarships to Make a Difference
The first-generation college student says earning scholarships is her way of thanking her parents for their support and taking ownership of her future.