Research Projects

The Buffalo Center for Social Research assists researchers in generating grant proposals that are successfully supported through a variety of external funding sources.

These sources include international, national, state and local funders who provide vital financial support underwriting critical research in a wide range of areas. The Western New York community provides a diverse variety of opportunities for researchers to partner with agencies and institutions, enhancing the viability and relevance of grant applications as evidenced by the current and past projects.

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Joining Forces: UB Partnership for Excellence in Veteran Care (UBPEVC), a project developed to provide excellence in training and service delivery for health care providers serving Veterans and military families in our region.

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Social workers focusing in these areas are mindful of a client’s relationship to family, community and culture and often work alongside other professionals to determine what works best for each client.

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More than half of all mental health professionals are clinically trained social workers who are highly skilled in preventing, assessing and treating psychological, behavioral, emotional, social and environmental issues.

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Social workers engaged in child and family welfare research and practice are committed to ensuring and establishing the safety and well-being of children and their families.

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In order to provide the best services, professionals should continuously assess their own work and the programs in which they participate to ensure lasting self-improvement.

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Justice-centered social work reflects the very essence of the profession itself – social work professionals strive to identify and challenge injustice and inequality while recognizing how culture informs the decisions of individuals and groups.

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Through their attention to nourishing the relationship between a school, the community and the student, social workers in education help to improve students’ social and emotional health and academic success/outcomes.

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