University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

Master of Social Work
Collaborative MSW Program

Student Papers & Projects

Policy Analysis

"One of the illusions (of life) is that the present hour is not the critical hour." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Faculty who teach Advanced Social Welfare Policy Analysis in the Collaborative MSW Program have been impressed by the quality of critical thought and important policy insights students have described in their policy analysis papers. The knowledge and insights students have shared are valuable resources for citizens, practitioners, and legislators in the region and state, particularly during these challenging but hope-filled times.

The work posted here includes those analyses for which written permission was granted. The Department of Social work encourages ongoing dialogue with students and community members in an effort to improve the situation for the region.

It is important to note that the views expressed are uncensored and may not reflect the views of the university or faculty. Yet in the spirit of freedom of speech and the exchange of ideas, all views are welcome.

Student Policy Analysis Papers

Hospice is Health Care that Cares More and Costs Less
by: Lauren Daoust and Jennifer Gabriel

Policy Analysis of Paul Ryan's Social Security Personal Savings Guarantee and Prosperity Act
by: Robin West

Family Medical Leave Act
by: Gina Ramsey

A Critical Examination of Living Wage Law - Case in Point, Baltimore, Maryland
by: Pat Stevenson

Maternal and Child Health: Women, Infants, and Children
by: Kelly Koch

Student Projects

Difficult Behaviors
by: Tracy Scanlan

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens could change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead

Student Research Projects 2011

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