MSU Uses Zombie Apocalypse Survival to Teach Social Welfare

Can social work students learn about human behavior in response to catastrophe using a sci-fi zombie apocalypse? That's what University of Michigan School of Social Work professor Glen Stutzky plans to demonstrate in his summer section undergraduate class "Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse: Catastrophes and Human Behavior," says Detroit CBS Local. Here are details about how the college will use a simulated theoretical event to teach practical applications. Read more at MSU Uses Zombie Apocalypse Survival to Teach Social Welfare

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