Educating social work and criminal justice students 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.
- Former Clinical Assistant Professor Honored in MadisonCrystal Carter By Kathy QuirkPhoto by Elora Hennessey Crystal Carter, a former clinical associate professor/field liaison … Read more
- Helen Bader Endowed Chair Receives Leadership AwardDr. Colleen Galambos, PHD, LCSW, LCSW-C, ACSW, FGSA, is professor and Helen Bader Endowed Chair in … Read more
- Symposium Focuses on the Burgeoning Needs of Family CaregivingBy Kathy QuirkPhotos by Elora Hennessey More than 53 million people in the U.S. are taking … Read more
- Criminal Justice & Criminology Assistant Professor Interviewed about New Federal OfficeAssistant Professor Ted Lentz was interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio about the new federal Office of … Read more
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