School of Social Service Administration


A new program provides a softer landing for former inmates.

Summer/17 (Published online: 05.16.2017)

Harold Pollock’s new index card is for young adults.


Looking back on a century of results, School of Social Service Administration dean Neil B. Guterman shares SSA’s plans to make a global impact on social work.


Clinical social worker Mary DeVan, AM’72, helps people plagued by hoarding disorders.


SSA associate professor Yoonsun Choi’s new study explores a diverse demographic with a variety of traditions and needs.


Professor Harold Pollack tells the story of his brother-in-law to raise awareness about intellectual disability.

An antiviolence program helps South Side youth navigate the trauma that surrounds them.


A Center for Gender and Sexuality Studies event explores a lesbian love triangle dating to UChicago’s earliest days.


Students often continue to collaborate with professors after earning their degrees. Sometimes, as in these four examples, those relationships move beyond collegial to true professional and personal friendships.


At age 30, SSA graduate student Ameya Pawar, SM'09, surprised everyone by winning a Chicago City Council seat.