Graduate Project & Thesis Defense Presentations (2021)
Ana Arteaga - Graduate Project: Human Trafficking Virtual Workshop for Spanish-Speaking Stanislaus County Parents. - Dr. Katie Galvin (chair), Dr. Kilolo Brodie (committee member).
Denae J. Davis - Thesis: Socioeconomic Status, Neighborhood and Home, Peer and Family Influence, and Social Capital as Predictors of Educational Success. – Dr. Sevaughn Banks (chair) and Dr. Kilolo Brodie (commitee member).
Francisco Guzman – Thesis: Foster Parent Training & Supervision of Children with Challenging Behaviors, Dr. Kilolo Brodie (chair) and Dr. Paul G. Wright (commitee member).
Katy Jenay Partan - Thesis: Parent Perceptions and Experiences of Stanislaus County Child Welfare Visitation Services, Dr. Jane Rousseau (chair) and Dr. Kilolo Brodie (committee member)
SERSCA Graduate and Undergraduate Grants Awarded to 28 Students
Twenty-eight Stanislaus State students — 12 graduate assistants and 16 undergraduate assistants — have been awarded grants ranging from $1,000 to $2,000 from the University’s Student Engagement in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity (SERSCA) Program... Read More
Dr. Banks and MSW Student Travel to Ghana to Deliver Invited Training to Human Services Professionals
2018 Thesis & Graduate Project Defense Presentations
2017 Most Outstanding MSW Student - Jennifer Morales
Filipino American National Historical Society
Co-sponsored by the Stan State Ethnic Studies Dept. and the Dept. of Social Work. October 2016