Social Work in the News – April 7, 2009

Apr 7, 2009

Source: Google News

Anna Leski of Sparta seeks job in social work
The Star-Ledger – – Newark, NJ
It allows me to focus on growth and life without the emotional ties associated with social work. What Im reading: “Our Life in Gardens,” by Joe Eck and

Social worker posts more attractive
People’s Daily Online – Beijing, China
The number of new recruits this year is 383, the highest since social work was recognized as a profession by the government in 2004, said Xicheng district

Mich. man runs 100 miles a month for 25 years
Chicago Tribune
Halladay has his doctorate in social work and master’s in public administration from the University of Denver, and bachelor’s and master’s degrees from

State public health leaders to speak at Social Work April 10 and 13
News from Washington University in St. Louis – Saint Louis, MO
By Jessica Martin April 6, 2009 — Two of Missouri’s top leaders in public health will speak at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work on April 10

Detroit social worker praised for heroism after tackling armed student
SmartBrief – Washington, DC
When social worker Idris Herring, 41, saw a teen rush past his school’s metal detector with his hand concealing what was allegedly a sawed-off shotgun,

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