Monday, December 15, 2014

The Social Workers radio talk show interviews Ogden Rogers

Lamar Romeo and Alyssa Lotmore in The Social Workers radio studio.
The Social Workers Radio Talk Show is a great resource from the University at Albany School of Social Welfare. It is a weekly radio show hosted by social work faculty Alyssa Lotmore, Eric Hardiman, and others on topics of interest to social workers and/or on social issues.

On December 11, 2014, Lotmore, Hardiman, and MSW student Lamar Romeo interviewed Ogden Rogers, author of Beginnings, Middles, and Ends. Listen to the interview here:


In the interview, Rogers talks about how he got into the social work profession, how he came to write the book, and the social work profession. After listening to this interview, one reader wrote on

"Read this book after hearing Ogden Rogers on a University at Albany radio station. His interview was amazing and when I read the book, it was even better than expected. Will definitely share with co-workers."

The interview is approximately 36 minutes. Enjoy!

Rogers' book, Beginnings, Middles, & Ends: Sideways Stories on the Art & Soul of Social Work, is available in print and Kindle formats at It makes a great gift for any social worker or future social worker.

For more information and to buy the book, see:

No comments:

Post a Comment