BSW student trip to Venture Out. Where learning group work takes on a whole different level of meaning.
Chris Murakami, a Mizzou doctoral student specializing in science education, helps Child Development Lab students plant seeds in the Children’s Learning Garden.
Ph.D. students Laura King Danforth and Jennifer First with SSW Ph.D. Program Director, Dr. Mansoo Yu at the 2016 Society for Social Work and Research Conference, Washington, D.C.
Around 50 students participated in the Association of Textile and Apparel Management (ATAM) trip to Kansas City for Fashion Week.
Design is a team effort. Students Brittany Dismond, Duy Tran, Elizabeth Nester, and Yifei Lou participate in Architectural Studies design project.
Dr. Jung Ha-Brookshire, Textile and Apparel Management exchanges ideas with other faculty, staff and students during the HES Round Table on Diversity and Inclusion.
Kam Phillips (positioned right), BSW ’12, was recognized with the HES New Professional Award during HES Week. Interim Dean Sandy Rikoon and alumni board member Liz Townsend Bird presented the award.
Student volunteer Financial Coach in the Office for Financial Success greets an incoming client.
Real World Experience
SSW Field Work is a major curriculum area in social work, utilizing experience-centered learning as its primary instructional method.
The iLab is a multi-screen virtual reality facility to support 3-d visualization and tele-collaboration using a desktop-VR approach.
The Child Development Lab is an educational setting for children and a teaching and research laboratory for students, faculty and staff.
The Office for Financial Success provides one-on-one financial counseling, as well as group workshops and seminars.