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Solomon receives Distinguished Career Achievement Award Mar 31st, 2014
Phyllis Solomon, a researcher and professor at the School of Social Policy & Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, received the Distinguished Career Achievement Award at the 18th Annual Society for Social Work and Research conference in January. Solomon According to the school, Solomon has spent a lifetime dedicated to researching adults with severe mental illness and their families. As an expert in mental health... 
U.S. schools of social work strengthen global partnerships Sep 3rd, 2013
By Paul R. Pace, News staff More than 200 million Chinese workers migrated from rural plantations to urban labor markets between 2000 and 2010, and the surge in economic growth has resulted in hardships for millions of people in the country. The Chinese government is depending on the social work profession to address these increasing social challenges by bolstering the country’s number of social workers from 200,000... 
Virtual reality lab aids social work research Aug 1st, 2013
By Rena Malai, News staff Attending a virtual party might sound more like a video game experience than a sophisticated research tool. But according to Amy Traylor, assistant professor at the University of Alabama school of social work, virtual reality experiences can aid some types of social work research and treatment methods. Participants engage in a virtual reality session. The woman on the left wears a headset with... 
Veterinary Social Work: Emerging field joins two professions Jul 2nd, 2013
By Laetitia Clayton, News staff Social workers who are animal lovers might find that veterinary social work offers the best of both worlds. Temple Grandin, an autistic woman who revolutionized practices for the humane handling of livestock on cattle ranches and in slaughterhouses, speaks at the third International Veterinary Social Work Summit in April at the University of Tennessee. Even though the practice has been... 
MSW students visit NASW as part of curriculum May 21st, 2013
By Rena Malai, News staff A group of MSW students from the University of Southern California School of Social Work visited the NASW national office in March to learn more about the social work profession. Lileana Duarte, left, and Lener Jimenez listen to a presentation while visiting the NASW national office in March. The students are enrolled in Child Development and Social Policy at USC, and spent a week in Washington,... 
The power of social work proven in South Carolina Nov 27th, 2012
The power of social work was proven in South Carolina as the NASW South Carolina Chapter celebrated the passage of a state’s bill against human trafficking (H. 3757), which was signed into law in June. The law is a victory for state social workers who championed the bill, working for the chapter’s Government Affairs Committee. Chapter Executive Director Carla Damron said members did their part by attending hearings... 
Recognize 2010 Graduates with the Professional Social Worker Pin Mar 15th, 2010
Dear Social Work Student – Is your school using the Professional Social Worker pin to recognize graduating students? Ask your school to consider the silver-plated Professional Social Worker pin at commencement. Just $10 each for schools of social work, the pins distinguish Social Work from other programs on campus, and instill pride in the profession. All funds from the Social Work pins support the National Social Work... 
University of Pittsburgh Conference: Race in America Mar 9th, 2010
Race in America June 6, 2010 Keynote speaker: Julian Bond, social activist; leader in the American Civil Rights Movement; politician; professor; and writer The University of Pittsburgh has set the stage for a solution-focused dialogue on race. Pitt’s School of Social Work and the school’s Center on Race and Social Problems will host Race in America: Restructuring Inequality, a national conference in Pittsburgh,... 
(Part IV) NASW Executive Director Elizabeth Clark Leads Social Work Delegation to Egypt Oct 26th, 2009
Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW, MPH Our delegation was received today by the social work faculty of Helwan University. We were met by the Dean, Prof. Dr. Maher Abo Elmaate, and by the Vice Deans for Post Graduate Studies and Community Organization. Their faculty mission is “Preparing a high quality social worker able to apply the skills of dealing with social work systems and influencing them for making changes for... 
Center for Substance Abuse Prevention’s (CSAP) Prevention Fellowship Program Aug 14th, 2009
The Prevention Fellowship Program is a two-year program. Fellows receive a yearly stipend of up to $35,000, with a one-year option for renewal based on the previous year’s performance. Currently, there are 45 Fellows located in state, community, and local agencies throughout the U.S. and the Territories. Fellows are placed in state offices or other designated locations and assigned to a mentor representative, who... 

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