Ikram, a Social Work HEALS scholar and member of the Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society, received the Mary E. McCahill Award, which is presented annually to a senior who has consistently demonstrated outstanding leadership, academic excellence, loyalty and service to the University. Congratulations Ikram!
Michelle Mullowney shares students' perspectives on anti-sex trafficking advocate Rachel Lloyd's visit as St. Kate's 2017 Bonnie Jean Kelly and Joan Kelly Distinguished Visiting Scholar, April 4 & 5
Dr. Carvalho currently serves as executive adviser to the president at the University of St. Thomas. She is also the proud parent of a St. Kate's - St. Thomas BSW graduate.
Anti-trafficking advocate Rachel Lloyd discussed the root causes of human trafficking and how to address them in a riveting lecture that concluded the 2017 Bonnie Jean Kelly and Joan Kelly Distinguished Scholar in Residence program. The SSW was proud to coordinate Rachel's visit and promote her message of support for ALL social justice issues and services that support vulnerable communities.