News and Events


Joyce Shim investigates internship and partnership opportunities in Africa

Assistant Professor Joyce Shim accompanied a group of Dominican University faculty to Africa in early December to explore the feasibility of developing global exchange opportunities for Graduate School of Social Work students and faculty in Kenya and Tanzania.

Professor Joyce Shim Receives Fellowship

Dr. Joyce Shim, Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Social Work has received a fellowship to the Network of Korean-American Leaders.

Black Lives Matter: Standing in Solidarity

As leaders of Dominican University's Graduate School of Social Work community, we express our disappointment, sadness, and anger over the decisions not to indict police officers in the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri and Eric Garner in New York City.

Kristin Bodiford Named UN Representative for Generations United

(Washington, D.C.) – Generations United announces Kristin Bodiford, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor at Dominican University’s Graduate School of Social Work, is among its new United Nations (UN) representatives.

Going After Abusers Like NFL Player Ray Rice

Graduate School of Social Work Dean Charlie Stoops wrote in an opinion piece in the New York Times that prosecution for incidents of domestic violence is necessary to protect victims and to mandate that abusers get the services they need to change their behavior.


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