2023 Outstanding MSW Students

Sonia Piva and Montay McDaniels

Sonia Piva, pictured left with Montay McDaniels, pictured right.
Sonia Piva, pictured left with Montay McDaniels, pictured right. Unknown faculty member, pictured in middle.


Alumna’s Drive and Dedication to Helping Others Pays Off

Read about MSW graduate, Dr. Kimiko Vang

Career Advice with Alumnus, Tamara Knox

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Dr. Pollie Bith-Melander's production entitled, Exiled

Watch on Vimeo

Q&A with Alumnus Sonal Singh

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STAN Magazine: Sowing Seeds for Change

Read about MSW student, Rachel Riojas

From Abstraction to Clarity: Centering Human Rights in Field Education

Read article co-authored by Dr. Sevaughn Banks

Graduate Student Earns CSU Trustee Award for Outstanding Achievement

Lisamarie Raimondo is one of 23 Scholars Selected to Receive the System’s Highest Recognition of Student Achievement

2022 Partners in Advancing Education for International (PIE) Social Work Award

Dr. Sevaughn Banks and nine students receive an international social work education award.PDF

Publication in the Journal of Human Rights and Social Work by Dr. Sevaughn Banks, MSW Derielle Coleman

Standardization of Human Rights–Based Workforce Induction Curriculum for Social Work Field Supervisors

MSW Student, Sonia Piva, co-author of a peer-reviewed article

Cultural and Linguistic Adaptation of a Healthy Diet Text Message Intervention for Hispanic Adults Living in the United States

MSW Student, Manny Nunez, a Stan State Delegate

Manny Nunez has been nominated to serve as a Stan State Delegate for the statewide CSU Student Research Competition.

Governor Gavin Newsom re-appoints Dr. Kilolo Brodie to the State Council on Developmental Disabilities

Professor of Social Work Kilolo Brodie Transfers Experience to Her Classes

Publication in the Journal of Mental Health & Social Behavior by MSW Alumna, Monica Fraga

The Levels of Food Insecurity Among First-Generation and Non-First Generation Latinx College Students at California State University Stanislaus During the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Pandemic.

What are we actually doing to help our homeless community members?

Turlock Journal article was written by Lupita Barraza, Denae Davis, Austin Gunter, and Jackie Hernandez, Stanislaus State, Master of Social Work students

Poverty Reduction Strategies in the Central Valley Presentations

Health Inequity in California's Heartland: Exploring the Role of Poverty by John Capitman.ppt

Poverty Reduction Strategies in the Welfare to Work Program by Rebecca Maietto.ppt

Poverty Reduction Strategies in the Central Valley, Reducing Poverty in Stanislaus County: Subsidized Employment and Beyond by Kathy Harwell.ppt

Family Publications

Struggling toward Indigenous representation and service improvement within the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development by Jane Rousseau.pdf

The Elusive Promise - First People Child and Family Review Rousseau 2015.pdf

Aging Out Report.pdf

Community Inquiry: Homeless Shelter in Turlock Report.pdf

Complementary Therapies Final Report.pdf

Democratic Therapy: When the Public Good is Almost Impossible - Politically by Dr. Mario D'Angeli.pdf

Health and Poverty in the US.pdf

Injuries to Social Workers from Client Assault - CSWE Presentation by Robin Ringstad, Ph.D.pdf

Rethinking the Rhetoric of Independence by John A. Garcia, Yvonne Leal, Paul Sivak & Shradha Tiberwal.pdf

Riverbank Step by Step Underage Drinking Report.pdf

Service Learning through Community Inquiry by Robin Ringstad, Ph.d., Valerie Leyva, Ph.D., John Garcia, Ph.D. & Kelvin Jasek-Rysdahl, Ph.D.ppt

"The Jump Start Learning to Learn Model for First Intervention: Teaching Parents of Children with Autism How to Fish" Bryna Siegel, Ph.D.ppt

The Master's Thesis: An Endangered Species in Social Work Education - CSWE Presentation by John A. Garcia, Charles Floyd, & Sarah Werth.pdf

Updated: May 16, 2023