Call for Submissions & Art - March Issue of The Disruptor - students, alumni & faculty

The theme of our next issue, coming March 15th, is the social work profession. We are looking for short commentary, about 300 words, on the following questions for students, alumni, and faculty.


Why did you choose social work and what do you hope to do with it?

If you are currently in a field placement, how has your field experience lined up or not with your expectations of social work?


What brought you to the social work profession?

What have you learned since entering the field that you wish you had known when beginning the MSW program?


What brought you to the social work profession?

How has the field changed?

Please email commentary attached as a word document to by March 1st and spread the word! We would like to hear from as many of you as possible!

See the submission guidelines or email with any questions.

Submission guidelines can be found here:

We want to see your art! Please send us anything you would like to share; it does not have to be related to the theme. We are always thrilled to feature the creative expression of our colleagues.

Student groups, we want to hear about what you are doing and the issues that are important to you. Please send us your updates for the March issue of up to 500 words.

And a preview of our April theme: The underbelly of health. We will discuss various aspects of the war on drugs, preventative healthcare versus big pharma, increasing social work competence & knowledge through exploration of a dual degree program with the school of pharmacy, nutrition and mental health through mind & body, etc.

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