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Taking a closer look at micro vs macro social work reveals several similar goals, but also highlights the many different work settings and distinctive daily tasks. In this article, we’ll discuss all the nuances of micro vs macro social work, including its key similarities and significant differences.
Holding an MSW opens up a myriad of career opportunities. With so many paths to choose when it comes to careers in social work, it is helpful to expose yourself to different areas and career paths.
Wurzweiler School of Social Work Professor Daniel Pollack and graduate Marisa Markowitz’s article, “Is there a shortage of rural social workers?” was published by NRHA and explores rural social work issues.
Professor Daniel Pollack was featured in the New York Law Journal for an article on how to assist emotional abuse victims who want to stay in a marriage for the kids.
Learn about macro social work and the many career opportunities. The Encyclopedia of Macro Social Work will keep you up-to-date with the latest developments.
As we close in on the end of 2021, let’s get a snapshot of the current issues in social work and how leading social work organizations are calling on national leaders to participate in creating lasting change.
Yeshiva University Professor Daniel Pollack, MSW, JD, and attorney Elisa Reiter recently published an article in Texas Lawyer entitled, “Can ‘Cruel Treatment’ Impact Property Division in Divorce?”
Yeshiva University online Master of Social Work alumni JP Prettybull puts social justice into social work to help the communities they work with. Prettybull recently shared their experience with the online MSW program.
Yeshiva University Professor Daniel Pollack, MSW, JD, and associate attorney Helene M. Weiss were featured in the New York Law Journal for with their commentary article, “Interviewing and Deposing Survivors of Sexual Crimes Who Have Intellectual Disabilities.”
Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work alumni recently had an article published in Police Chief Magazine. “Interacting with Individuals Who Have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,” breaks down the challenges justice-involved individuals with disabilities face when interacting with law enforcement.