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  • Prof. Mathbor Delivers Commencement Speech at Washington University of Science and Technology

    June 28, 2022

    Golam Mathbor, Ph.D., professor in the School of Social Work, recently delivered a speech at the Washington University of Science and Technology (WUST) commencement ceremony, in Vienna, Virginia. Mathbor was invited to speak as a special guest by the WUST Chancellor and Chairman Abubokor Hanip. In his speech, Mathbor congratulated the graduates on their achievements,…

  • Prof. Mathbor Serves as Guest of Honor at International Conference

    June 8, 2022

    Golam Mathbor, Ph.D., professor in the School of Social Work, delivered a virtual speech as the Opening Guest of Honor at the World Social Work Day 2022: Fifth International Conference, “Co-Building a New Eco-Social World: Leave No One Behind (Achieving Community Resilience and Sustainable Development Goals).” The conference was held in Bangladesh from May 25-27,…

  • Prof. Deepak Co-Authors Policy Paper Adopted by the IFSW

    June 8, 2022

    Anne Deepak, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Social Work, co-authored a policy paper, “The Role of Social Workers in Advancing a New Eco-Social World,” that was recently adopted by the International Federation of Social Workers.

  • Emmy and Peabody Award-Winning Journalist Jack Ford To Address Monmouth University Graduates May 11

    May 11, 2022

    Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist, educator, documentary producer, prominent trial attorney and author Jack Ford will deliver the keynote address at the Monmouth University graduate and doctoral commencement exercises, as well as the University’s first-ever all-undergraduate class gathering on May 11, where he will receive an honorary degree, Doctor of Humanities.

  • Prof. Mathbor Publishes on Scholarly Understanding Between Bangladesh and US

    April 25, 2022

    Golam Mathbor, Ph.D., professor in the School of Social Work, recently published his article "50 Years of Promoting Scholarly Understanding Between Bangladesh and the USA," in the Bangladesh Pratidin, a daily newspaper in Bangladesh. Mathbor’s piece covers the diplomatic relationship between Bangladesh and the United States and was published in English, in the newspaper’s North…

  • Monmouth’s Master of Social Work Program Ranks Among Top in the Country

    April 19, 2022

    Monmouth University’s School of Social Work graduate program is ranked among the top programs in the nation, earning a coveted position in the U.S. News & World Report 2023 catalog of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” The University’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program ranked second in New Jersey, fifth in Regional Universities North, and in…

  • Prof. Mathbor Publishes on Economic Independence of Bangladesh

    April 7, 2022

    Golam Mathbor, Ph.D., professor in the School of Social Work, recently published his article, "Economic Independence of Bangladesh: An Empirical Assessment," in the international Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development, Volume 43, No. 1. Mathbor co-authored the article with professional colleagues Iftekhar Mohammad Fakhruddin and Mohammad Abdul Hannan Pradhan, both of Shahjalal University of Science…

  • MUCCTC Receives Companies That Care Award

    April 6, 2022

    The Monmouth University Community Care Telehealth Clinic was recently honored with a bronze award for outreach to vulnerable communities at the 2022 Companies That Care Awards.

  • NASW-NJ Names Prof. Deepak Academic of the Year

    March 22, 2022

    Anne Deepak, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Social Work, was named the 2022 Academic of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers-New Jersey Chapter on March 18.

  • "The Enduring Contribution of Black Women to United States Politics"

    February 2, 2022

    Throughout the course of America’s history, Black women have made sacrifices to better our nation. Their achievements, however, can come at a cost, writes MSW student Katey Meza Harrington.

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