Students in Pitt's School of Social Work learn the knowledge, skills and values to engage in culturally competent practice with diverse populations and communities. They learn to critically analyze personal, familial and environmental factors affecting practice settings and techniques, and to advocate for those who confront barriers to achieving their fullest potentials.
The school's students and faculty members also engage in scholarship that contributes to professional knowledge about complex social problems and innovative approaches to ameliorating those problems. The Board of Visitors provides advice on the school's planning efforts.
In addition, school students, alumni and personnel serve local, national and international communities by collaborating with social agencies, community-based organizations, government and foundations.
Faculty and Staff Resources
Resources for the faculty and staff of the Pitt School of Social Work.