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Social Work Department

Student Organizations

The primary purposes of the Washburn Student Social Work Association (WSSWA) and the Washburn University Graduate Social Work Association (WUGSWA) are:
1)  To promote student involvement, and develop a well-rounded scope of programs and events designed to coordinate academic life with eventual professional practice and to stimulate interest in social work as a viable career. 2)  To provide service in Topeka community agencies and programs through appropriate and available means. 3)  To cooperate with the Kansas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, (NASW), its standards, goals and projects, insofar as possible.



For BSW Students:

Washburn Student Social Work Association (WSSWA)

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News and Happenings:     

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Day/Time/Place of Next Meetings:

Day & Time:  TBA Location: TBA

Upcoming Events:

TBA

Campus Advisor Information:

Tonya Ricklefs -- Benton Hall, Room 410, 785-670-1618

Questions or comments about the WSSWA page may be addressed to:  Brian Harris



For MSW Students:

Washburn University Graduate Social Work Association (WUGSWA)

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Day/Time/Place of Next Meetings:

  • Wednesday, Feb. 8, 11:30 am-12:30 pm
  • Benton Hall, Room 401
  • Lunch will be provided!

Meetings will be held for the remainder of the spring semester on the first Wednesday of the month at 11:30 in Benton 401.  Lunch will always be provided!

Upcoming Events:

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Campus Advisor Information:

Rhonda Peterson Dealey -- Benton Hall, Rm 412B, 785-670-2134

Questions or comments about the WUGSWA page may be addressed to:  Regan Schultz.

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