Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences: 100 Years of Inspiring Hope and Shaping the Future

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Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences: 100 Years of Inspiring Hope and Shaping the Future

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  • 147 pages

  • 12 x 9

  • Hardcover

  • ISBN 978-1939710-789

  • Copyright 2018

By Elise C. Hagesfeld, MNO, PhD with Elizabeth Salem, PhD

The School of Applied Social Sciences at then Western Reserve University was founded at the request of community leaders in Cleveland representing 18 social and civic organizations - created to empower and care for the great waves of immigrants escaping poverty and persecution, eager to contribute to a community that embraced them.

Today, the birthright of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences is to work on behalf of all peoples, to champion for social justice, and to fulfill its mission to build a more just world.

As the first university-affiliated professional graduate school of social work in America, it holds a unique place in history. This book tells the story of its first 100 years, written in commemoration of the School’s centennial and with the support of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation.

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