(1909–1981) Fedele Frederick Fauri, dean of the University of Michigan School of Social Work for almost 20 years, was one of the foremost experts on public welfare in the United States. Trained as an attorney, Fauri received his BA in 1930 and his JD in 1933 from the University of Michigan. His interest in public welfare began in 1934, when he became adviser and general assistant to a county relief administration in his home state.
From Encyclopedia of Social Work in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: Social Work.