Discussing the transition from foster youth to adulthood | UK College of Agriculture News Lexington, Ky.The College of Agriculture, Food and Environment will host a talk with AASWSW fellow, Professor Mark Courtney, of the School of Social Service Administration at… continue reading
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Richard Barth, AASWSW Past-President and Grand Challenges Executive Committee Member, will give a Keynote presentation. Also, Ron Manderscheid, Grand Challenges Executive Committee Member and AASWSW Fellow, and Michael Reisch, AASWSW Fellow, will be presenting. Click Here to Register. continue reading
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Announcement of JSSWR Special Issue, Call for Papers, Grand Challenge to Ensure Healthy Development of All Youth
ANNOUNCEMENT OF SPECIAL ISSUE- CALL FOR PAPERS ENSURE HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL YOUTH THROUGH THE POWER OF PREVENTION Guest Coeditors: Kimberly Bender, PhD, and Valerie Shapiro, PhD Submission Deadline: October 1, 2017 The Journal of the Society for Social… continue reading
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Congressional Research Institute for Social Work & Policy, “12 Grand Challenges Gain Momentum at Brown School Forum”.
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NYU Silver School’s Professor Vincent Guilamo-Ramos Honored at Presidential Leadership Scholars Graduation in Little Rock, Ark.
NYU Silver School’s Professor Vincent Guilamo-Ramos Honored at Presidential Leadership Scholars Graduation in Little Rock, Ark. Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, a professor at New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and the co-director of the Center for Latino and Adolescent and… continue reading
Fellow Mark Courtney, cited “Study: Extended support eases transition for foster youth into adulthood” in EdSource. continue reading
Fellow, Mark Fraser will be stepping down after six years at the helm of Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, adjacent to his retirement. The University of Chicago Press is extremely pleased to welcome a new Editor-in-Chief,… continue reading