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A Latina herself, Kristina Lopez , assistant professor in ASU’s School of Social Work (SSW), is interested in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) -- particularly why Latinx children are less likely to be diagnosed with ASD than white children.... Read more

Nubia Grijalva was looking forward to an exciting fall semester.

The master’s degree student in ASU’s School of Social Work (SSW) recently had been named one of 10 recipients of the Consuelo W. Gosnell Scholarship from the National... Read more

Survivor Link , a team of Arizona State University educators, students, faculty members and community volunteers who work to promote healthy relationships and provide domestic violence interventions in the community, will receive the 2020... Read more

Belinda Escalante is the youth transition director for Opportunities for Youth (OFY). She received master’s degrees from ASU’s School of Social Work (SSW, policy, administration and community practice, 2018) and School of Public Affairs (SPA,... Read more