Race, Culture, & Gender on the Border Spring Break Immersion Course & Experience
Each Spring, the School of Social Work offers a immersion Race, Culture & Gender on the Border course that provides students with the opportunity to visit the Arizona-Mexico border and explore race, culture, gender, and ethnicity as it relates to migration.
Be sure to check out the following resources to increase your knowledge on the issues and policies to take a stand for the rights of immigrants:
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US - Mexico Border Immersion 2015
Check out what our students have to say about this unique immersion trip they took in Summer 2015!
School of Social Work celebrates 100 years
Loyola's School of Social Work celebrates 100 years of educating leaders in the social work profession.
Natalie Anne Hock Commencement Student Address
Natalie Anne Hock, candidate for the Degree of Master of Social Work, delivers commencement address to Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work on May 6, 2015.
Robyn Golden Commencement Address
Robyn Golden, the Director of Health and Aging, Rush University Medical Center, delivers commencement address to Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work on May 6, 2015.
Social Work Fieldwork Placements at Loyola
Find out what social work graduate students can expect to experience during fieldwork placements at Loyola University Chicago.
Beyond the classroom
Graduate students in the School of Social Work interact with their professors in many different ways outside of the classroom.
Meet Mariela Rodriguez
Social work major Mariela Rodriguez discusses what has made her Loyola experience distinctive, including a research project opportunity in Mexico.
"The biggest proponent of professional development"
Associate Professor Shirley Simon helps graduate students discover opportunities to participate in professional conferences.
'What it means to be a person for others.'
Social Work major Emily Wilk talks about the program's connection to the city.