Thank you for your interest in Social Work at Texas Tech University. The Social Work faculty welcome you to explore our website to learn more about our program and the profession.
The Social Work Program at Texas Tech University prepares students to contribute to society through civic participation and professional social work practice. As critical thinkers and self-directed learners, graduates are able to simultaneously use self-awareness and sensitivity to the plight of humankind to promote social justice within our interdependent global community. The program is designed to integrate these fundamentals with the core principles and methods of social work, recognizing the context and consequences of professional practice. Read more about us.
Social Work is a profession dedicated to partnering with people to create change. It is set apart from other human-related disciplines by its person-in-environment focus. That means that social workers have a dual orientation at all times - the individual and the environment. Read more about social work.
Ashley Melero, a social work senior, has been chosen for an internship to work with a member of Congress in Washington, D.C. These competitive internships offer students a chance to experience our political system firsthand and become more familiar with how federal laws and policy are formed. Way to go Ashley!
The Social Work Program at Texas Tech University (TTU) would like to announce that we are seeking applicants for (1) Assistant Professor in Social Work and (2) a Professor of Practice in Social Work to start August of 2015. Queries about the positions should be directed to the Chair of the Search Committee, Dr. Helen Morrow.
Samantha Rodriguez has been awarded the President's Interactive Scholarship. This is awarded to individuals who intend to participate in a study abroad program, internship program, and/or conduct undergraduate research. Read more about program news.
Student enrolled in SW 3333 are putting their new skills to use. Under the supervision of Dr. Margaret Elbow and Dr. Laura Lowe, students interview and provide basic brokering services to patients at the TTUHSC Free Medical Clinic at Lubbock Impact. Read more about program news.