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Wayne State University. School of Social Work


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Fritz Redl Papers

Identifier: WSP000660
Abstract Fritz Redl was a professor at Wayne State University's School of Social Work. His papers document his research in human behavior and psychoanalytical work on delinquent youth, as well as moments of his personal life and his classroom habits.
Dates: 1930 - 1989

Maryann Mahaffey Papers

Identifier: UP001514
Abstract Maryann Mahaffey was born on January 18, 1925 in Burlington, Iowa to Kent and Margaret ‘Nell’ [Widener] Mahaffey. Mahaffey’s older brother was also named Kent. While she was attending Cornell College, she decided to spend the summer of 1945 working as a Recreation Director at Poston Internment Camp in Arizona. This work had a profound effect on Mahaffey in regard to fighting against discrimination and helping people in need. After obtaining masters degrees in social work from the University...
Dates: 1944 - 2006

Wayne State University School of Social Work Dean's Office Records

Identifier: WSR000221
Abstract The School of Social Work was first established at Wayne University in 1936. Charles B. Brink was appointed as dean in 1950, serving from 1951 to 1963. The period 1950-1963 in the School of Social Work was characterized by consolidation and slow but steady growth. In 1964, Sidney Dillick succeeded Brink as Dean of the School of Social Work. The Dillick years, 1964-1981, were a period of rapid growth in size, curriculum, and organization in the school, spurred by student enrollment and federal...
Dates: 1945 - 1971; Majority of material found within 1958 - 1969