CIR wants to see how people experience the military in their own lives — either as a service member, family member or community. Send us your photos and enter for a chance to win $500.
USC School of Social Work launched the first large-scale military social work graduate program, offering its students a sub-concentration in Military Social Work and Veteran Services.
A $600,000 gift by Dwight Tate, MSW ’77, and wife Kathy Wright will provide scholarships for veterans and military spouses pursuing a Master of Social Work.
What CIR Does
Through education and training, innovation, research and partnerships, CIR bridges the gap between military and civilian communities. The center guides behavioral health practitioners, develops new technologies, informs policymakers, builds community networks and produces research with real-world applications.