Two UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare alumni were recently awarded research awards.
Carly Devlin (’14) was awarded the American Clinical Social Work Association‘s (ACSWA) Judith Holm Memorial Student Awards, including a $2,000 grant and a $1,000 Snooks Prize grant to the School of Social Welfare.
Additionally, Devlin published the paper, “It’s Like an Addiction” in the ACSWA’s upcoming clinical social work journal.
Devlin and Kelly Cavolo were also awarded $500 each as recipients of the California Social Work Education Center (CalSWEC) and California Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work (CADD)’s Final Student Research Awards for MSW students.
Devlin, who completed her degree in the health concentration, is recognized for her research on “Commercially Sexually Exploited Minors’ Experience with Community-Based Services in Alameda County.”
Cavolo is recognized for her work on “A Comparison between Justice-Involved and Non-Justice-Involved Commercially Sexually Exploited Foster Youth in Alameda County.”