Welcome to the MSW@USC Blog!
The MSW@USC blog is designed to be a forum in which people connected to the program can share their daily experiences, MSW@USC news, events, questions, comments or even general thoughts and opinions on the state of social work today.
In the spirit of our groundbreaking Virtual Academic Center program, we believe that staying connected and informed is vital to any aspiring social worker. Whether you are curious about the program or simply interested in social work, the MSW@USC blog has something for you.
Check the blog frequently to catch up on the latest MSW@USC news, student perspectives, and feel free to contribute your thoughts and feedback!
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That’s the plain English version. Here it is in legal language:
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