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Social Work in the News – February 19, 2008

NIU Shooting:
Gunman, Active and Successful, Showed Few Hints of Trouble – Hendersonville, NC
“In this case, I was overwhelmed,” said Jan Carter-Black, Mr. Kazmierczak’s adviser and an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at the
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University shooter interested in ‘peace, social justice’
The assistant professor at the School of Social Work said that she enjoyed having him as a student and that he was “a nice person; he was a nice kid.
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Other Social Work News:
Bill Would Require Some to Pass Drug Test to Get Aid
Washington Post
Puckett said the issue is a particular problem for social workers and drug counselors across the rustic stretches of his native southwestern Virginia who

Mental health professionals see few changes
Quad-Cities Online – Rock Island, IL
the intended victim,” said Phyllis Woodward, a licensed clinical social worker at Robert Young Center for Community Mental Health.

Violence haunts job for social workers
Boston Globe
Social workers at the department reported that they had been threatened on the job 343 times during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2007, said Richard

Position widens safety net for children
Crookston Daily Times – Crookston, MN
(Natalie J. Ostgaard, Photographer) Miller has a master’s degree in social work and is bilingual, an especially valuable skill to possess in this region,

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