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Collaborations with International Academic Partners
All academic collaborations work to develop joint accelerated MSW programs with faculty and student exchange to raise the visibility of the field of global social work around the world.
University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS), Poland
Guangxi University (GXU), China and the MSW Accelerated Program http://gjy.gxu.edu.cn/en/admission/view-programs.html
Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) initiatives https://www.cswe.org/Centers-Initiatives/Centers/International-KAKI/News/Collaboration-With-Social-Work-Schools-in-Central
Kenyatta University Centre for Refugee Studies and Empowerment, Nairobi, Kenya http://www.ku.ac.ke/crse/
University of Nairobi, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Kenya http://sociology.uonbi.ac.ke/
Collaborations with International and Social Work Organizations
This venture develops internships, immersion programs, and short faculty lead programs for PAC students in different countries. It further entails the implementation, of a Social Entrepreneurship program for Somali youth via partner organization in Somalia. In addition students can design joint curriculum on Social Entrepreneurship and Community Development on a global level. Future endeavors include the opening of two Refugee Centers.
This organization will be housed in the Office of Global Social Work (OGSW).
Within UCP-Sarnet students can coordinate global activities, for partnerships, higher education, and community and social development. Local projects in Arizona are also featured. In addition this project supports EmPeace Labs and related UCP-SARnet projects
Council on Social Work Education
This organization aims at advancing human rights in social work education.
Society for Social Work and Research
This organization promotes global social work and human rights in social work research.
International Consortium for Social Development
This organization promotes global social development and foster international collaborations.
Social Pedagogy Association
This association’s brings together practitioners, academics, students and others to exchange experiences and to share knowledge and resources about social pedagogy theory, research and practice.
Collaborations with ASU units and offices
Office of Entrepreneurship & Innovation
This office builds support and access to ASU’s resources for social Entrepreneurship programs for refuges.
Thunderbird School of Global Management and Thunderbird for Good
The purpose of this collaboration is to build support for social entrepreneurship programs for refugees among Thunderbird faculty and students
English and Linguistics Department
This program is designed to support refugees in the areas of language and education.
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
This project is to support refugee youth in the area of education.
Global Institute for Sustainability
To build support for the OGSW refugee projects through sustainable related initiatives for the School of Social Work.
YALI Mandela Washington Fellowship, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
To educate and build connections with young African leaders.
YALI Regional Leadership Center in Nairobi, Kenya, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
The purpose is to educate and build connections with young African leaders.
Center for Law and Global Affairs, School of Law
This collaboration is to promote global social development and foster international collaborations across disciplines.
Southwest Collaborative on Immigration, Inequality, and Poverty (SCIIP)
The purpose of this collaborative is to promote research and practice with immigrant populations in the Southwest
School of Social Transformation
To build curricula linkages in the area of global social work
Opportunities and Exchanges for Students
Study Abroad Programs
To develop international study travel opportunities for students on global topics and in global settings.
USAID Global Development Lab Research & Innovation Fellowship program
To develop international research travel opportunities for students
To provide field education opportunities in a global setting
International Student Organizations (New American Youth Initiative)
To support and organize students on global issues
International Student Organizations (MOSIAC)
This is an international social work organization that supports and organizes students on global issues through workshops, guest lectures and other campus wide activities.
To build the functional capacity and visibility of OGSW through a website and social media.
Grant Proposal Development
To obtain external funding to support OGSW projects ( i.e, Research Incentive Funding on Refugee Mental Health)
Refugee Empowerment Project
To empower refugees in Arizona, building the capacity of grassroots refugee Ethnic Community-based Organizations through technical assistance and community development.
To educate the community on refugee resettlement issues
Research & Scholarship
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Anniversary: Inclusive Education Fellowship Program
The ADA Anniversary Inclusive Education Fellowship Program awarded to the University of Minnesota and Arizona State University by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, is currently soliciting applications from professionals working in inclusive settings or otherwise supporting children and youth with disabilities. The fellowship candidates must be either from Armenia, India, Kazakhstan or Ukraine, be between the ages of 25 and 45, and are proficient in spoken and written English. This international fellowship is designed to enhance the skills of professionals to work in inclusive settings and to build partnerships with colleagues from the U.S. and internationally. Fellows selected for participation in this program will work with program staff to design person-centered fellowship plans, travel to Minnesota or Arizona for 6 weeks to gain knowledge and expertise in the field and share their experiences, get to know other fellows from the four countries participating the program, and following their return home, implement a Grand Challenge project with assistance from the project team and U.S. mentors.
Refugee Empowerment Project
To assess the needs of resettled refugees in Arizona and evaluate the Refugee Empowerment Project’s approach and outcomes
Community education to combat Ebola in Liberia
To evaluate the Liberian government’s strategy of community education to stop the spread of Ebola
Human Rights and Social Work
To advance scholarship in the area of human rights and social work and raise visibility of ASU in the field of global social welfare
Migrant Children and Unaccompanied Minors.
To understand the needs of this population and develop effective social work responses
To raise visibility of OGSW research and projects and the visibility of SSW and ASU
Location : ASU and Mexico