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PHD PROGRAM
INFORMATION SESSION

Friday, 10/6/2017

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

UGA Zell B. Miller Learning Center
48 Baxter St.
Athens, GA

Have you ever wondered about pursuing a PhD in Social Work?

Join us in Athens to find out if the Social Work PhD Program at UGA is right for you! Come and learn about the School, the program, and meet faculty and current students. Lunch will be served and you'll have an option to take a campus tour!

SAVE YOUR SEAT!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

Registration deadline 9/22/17.

Miller Learning Center directions and parking info,

Questions? Email sswphd@uga.edu.


Overview/Mission | Admissions/Apply | Why Choose UGA SSW? | Curriculum & Courses | Forms & Resources | Financial Assistance | PhD Student Profiles | PhD Graduates & Dissertations | Dissertation Abstracts

 

Welcome to the Social Work Ph.D. Program of the University of Georgia! We appreciate your interest and hope that this site will provide you with the information you are seeking. We will be happy to respond to any unanswered questions that you may have about our program.

The University of Georgia School of Social Work Ph.D. Program, founded in 1990, has a two-fold primary emphasis: (1) producing scholars who have the capacity to work interdisciplinarily through an epistemologically diverse, research-intensive program of study, and (2) preparing tomorrow’s social work educators through instruction in sound pedagogical practice and opportunities for mentored experiential learning.

As a land- and sea-grant institution, The University of Georgia is committed to a vigorous public service tradition—a tradition the Ph.D. program upholds by recruitment of a diverse student body; focus on community-engaged scholarship informed by cultural humility to address persistent and emerging inequities through socially just research, with implications for practice, policy, and education; and the development of leadership skills for careers in academic, public, and private settings.

If you have questions about the doctoral progam at UGA, contact Joon Choi Ph.D. Program Director, at choiyj@uga.edu or at (706) 542-0844. You may also contact Kat Farlowe, the administrative specialist for the program at sswphd@uga.edu, kfarlowe@uga.edu or at 706-542-5461.