Tag: Kent School of Social Work

Kent School takes the lead on researching behavior coaching for young...

Four-year-old Jas’meir English can act up from time to time and she’s capable of disrupting a classroom. But what if we paired young students, like...

Kent School partners with youth care organizations to bring social workers...

Two youth residential care programs in Louisville have partnered with the Kent School of Social Work to bring KENTucky Kids to life and offer...

Community-based services topic to kick off Optimal Aging Lecture Series

Meeting the burgeoning need of older adults for community-based support is the focus of the Feb. 8 lecture of the Spring 2017 Optimal Aging...

End Alz: UofL provides funding for Alzheimer’s awareness license plate effort...

Thanks to a donation from the Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging at the University of Louisville, the $25 application fee for an...

UofL faculty member will lead world’s largest oncology social work group

A University of Louisville faculty member has been tapped for leadership roles with the world’s largest organization of professionals who provide psychosocial services to...

UofL makes September the time to learn how to age optimally

For the second year, the Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging at the University of Louisville has scheduled a month-long series of events...

Kent students reflect on ISLP trip to Botswana

During the spring 2016 semester, 10 Kent School students participated in University of Louisville’s International Service Learning Program (ISLP), which this year took students...

Meet David Jenkins, newly appointed dean of the Kent School of...

David A. Jenkins, PhD, LCSW, is the newly appointed Dean of the Kent School of Social Work. He previously served as the Social Work...

UofL social work team receives $4.9 million grant to bridge family...

The University of Louisville will use a $4.9 million federal grant to help fathers who do not have custody of their children become more...

Student commencement speakers share memories, plans and dreams

More than 1,800 students are expected to take part in the May 14 commencement at the KFC Yum! Center.  Overall, about 3,000 students will...