The Tulane School of Social Work faculty is a leading group of experts in various fields, and the group is information source for many news outlets and the community at large. Below are the some of the group's research projects and media mentions.
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Tulane School of Social Work in the Media
In a paper published in 2000 by the Tulane University School of Social Work, she wrote about the "traumatic" history of the Lakota, including the Wounded Knee Massacre and the period in which Native American children were taken from families and sent to boarding schools.
There's a prevailing sense among many African-Americans in the city that alerting the police to a conflict will cause more problems than it solves," said Reggie Parquet, a professor of social work at Tulane University.