Welcome to the Minnesota Center for Social Work Research
Research for the Common Good
|Gamble-Skogmo Chair Wendy Haight studies child welfare in Minnesota and Japan. Read more.|
The scholarship of the University of Minnesota’s School of Social Work faculty is consistently ranked among the top 10 public schools of social work in the United States (Feldman, 2006). The University of Minnesota ranked 9th among public U.S. universities on the 2010 Shanghai World Rankings and 8th among public U.S. universities on the 2010 National Science Foundation rankings for research and development expenditures.
Our faculty and graduate students are leaders in research among diverse communities on pressing social issues such as child welfare, youth development, disability, aging, family violence and restorative justice to name just a few.
The School's Minnesota Center for Social Work Research brings together these many efforts by individual faculty and students as well as our School’s research and training centers. We invite you to explore the depth of our School's rich scholarly community through the links to your left.
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Rankings drawn from Feldman, R. (2006). Reputations, rankings and realities of social work schools: Challenges for future research. Journal of Social Work Education, 42, 483-505; Shanghai Ranking Consultancy (2010), Academic Ranking of World Universities; National Science Foundation Division of Science Resources Statistics (2010), Survey of Research and Development Expenditures at Universities and Colleges.