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A Clear Vision: Using a Master’s Degree in Social Work to Empower People with Disabilities

by Morgan State U
September 07, 2023

Mirranda Williams went to bed on December 24, 1999, being able to see, and woke up on Christmas morning completely blind. In August of that year, a nail had been shoved into her eye during a domestic violence incident, which is what led to her eventual complete loss of sight at just 15 years old. She recently graduated from Morgan State University (MSU) with her master’s degree in social work with an advanced specialization practice in gerontology, which focuses on the social, cultural, psychological, cognitive, and biological aspects of aging. She also received her bachelor’s degree in social work from MSU, graduating summa cum laude.

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