An American Indian family, smiling

Using an Indigenous Lens

January 28, 2020

UMD Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies is a leader in tribal child welfare worker training.
Sandra van den Bosse with Ashley Neenan and Rebecca Domagala

More Than a Job

December 9, 2019

When Sandra van den Bosse gets "ticked off" about injustice, she stands up and takes action. "It's a natural thing that I have always done... more
Cassidy Capriglione

Ojibwe Lessons

October 15, 2019

It took four generations and over 150 years for a powerful history to come to light.
American Indian mother and children reading a book together

Federal Grant to Train Tribal Child Welfare Workers

September 3, 2019

American Indian children in Minnesota are 18.5 times more likely to be placed in foster care than their white peers.
Kellsey Clark

Working On Up, Helping Youth Strive

April 19, 2019

Honors student Kellsey Clark’s capstone research strives to help youth.
Charlie Bouverette

Spiritual Care

January 8, 2019

A Master of Social Work student explores medicine, religion, and the cycles of life
UMD Social Work major Claire Desautels

Lessons from the Journey

December 20, 2018

UMD social work major travels to learn about history
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson

A Catalyst for Change

May 23, 2018

Duluth Mayor Emily Larson receives the CEHSP Distinguished Alumni Award.
Phil Norrgard

Improving Health Care for American Indians

March 29, 2017

Decades of hard work bring national attention to a UMD Master of Social Work grad.

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