at 2400 E Hartford Ave, Milwaukee, 53211 United States
An engaged community of scholars recognized for excellence, innovation and the development of outstanding professionals in criminal justice and social work.
Located in Wisconsin’s largest city, the school provides an unmatched environment for students to study social work and criminal justice. Students at all levels choose from a range of opportunities to gain practical experience in social, health, educational, or criminal justice agencies. Our graduates go on to positions in law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. They work in child welfare agencies, as trauma specialist and family counselors. They are professors, authors, beat cops and policy analysts. Together, they are working to make a difference.
1889 FB users likes UWM Helen Bader School of Social Welfare, set it to 5 position in Likes Rating for Milwaukee, Wisconsin in University category
This fall, HBSSW will offer a new course on human trafficking, CJ 592. The class is open to all majors http://www4.uwm.edu/schedule/index.cfm?a1=subject_details&subject=CRM+JST&strm=2149 Sadly, as this WUWM piece uncovers, there's a local angle to this: http://wuwm.com/post/milwaukee-hub-child-sex-trafficking#.U-ET_NcoVjw.facebook
Casting call for Criminal Justice students! We need CJ students (grads, undergrads, returning students) for a photoshoot Thursday, Aug 7 from 11-12:30. Photos will be used in marketing materials to promote CJ programs. Email Alissa Mathison at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're available, and thanks!
Living as a Low-Wage Worker: If you missed Fourth Street Forum's stop on campus yesterday, you can still catch the discussion here: http://bit.ly/1tGHoa7
Dissertations and Drug Courts ... the Social Welfare Brown Bag series is back! This week's topics include vetting the methods of a dissertation and reviewing drug court year-end results. Open to doctoral students from all disciplines, faculty and any students who are interested in research. Thursday, January 29 12:00-1:30pm Enderis 620
MPTV's 4th Street Forum comes to UWM! This segment examines living as a low-wage worker. Thursday, January 29 UWM’s Alumni Fireside Lounge Doors open at 11:30 a.m; taping begins at noon Free and open to the public Guests include: David Pate, HBSSW Associate Professor, Abdur Chowdhury, Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at Marquette University and Jennifer Epps-Addison, Executive Director of Wisconsin Jobs Now
Following a Waukesha County court decision to try two 13-year-old Wisconsin girls in adult court in the Slender Man case, Dr. Freiburger talked with Wisconsin Public Radio's Rob Ferret. http://bit.ly/1MoG7eu
Congratulations to Dr. Aleks Snowden for receiving the Research Growth Initiative (RGI) award!