Educating social work and criminal justice professionals since 1965
Essential to social welfare in Milwaukee and the state of Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Helen Bader School of Social Welfare promotes excellence in its degree programs and develops well-rounded, thoughtful individuals who can positively impact society.
The school supports an array of community-based research initiatives through collaborations with local agencies and offers extensive experiential learning opportunities for students.
- Helping health care providers break the news about incurable illnessesBy Laura OttoPhoto by Troye Fox For years, Melinda Kavanaugh worked as a medical social worker … Read more
- Recognition Ceremony Celebrates Graduating Social Welfare StudentsDean Freiburger recognized social work and criminal justice graduating students on Saturday, Dec. 17, at a … Read more
- ‘Telling Our Stories’: UWM’s history of diversity debutsBy Kathy QuirkPhoto by Elora Hennessey A standing-room-only and very diverse crowd was on hand Tuesday, … Read more
- LGBTQ+ people overrepresented in criminal system, UWM scholar findsBy Laura OttoPhoto by Elora Hennessey A national report commissioned by the MacArthur Foundation and released in June … Read more
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