Our graduating graduating MSW have worked hard all year on these thesis documents, and now you can see the result of their research and dedication! Click on the posters above or follow this link to see our 2016 MSW Thesis Presentations!
On the Lower Level of the SSPA Building, within the Social Work Student Center, you can find the home to one of the best educational tools to help prepare social work students for working with clients in the real world: the Simulation Lab.
The CSULB website recently recognized the great work being done in the Sim Lab with a story on its home page. Here's an excerpt:
The simulated home is a laboratory where faculty can collaborate with consultants and other experts to help train the next generation of social workers.
“It’s a different world than sitting in a classroom pretending to be doing a visit.” Nancy Meyer-Adams, Director of the School of Social Work, says of the lab. “It is a safe space for students to practice their skills before meeting with families that may need their help.”