School of Social Work Events

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Stronger than barbed wire: Helga’s Story of Life before and after the Holocaust

March 22, 2018

Stronger than barbed wire: Helga’s Story of Life before and after the Holocaust

Joining us for the second year, Helga Melmed, a holocaust survivor, shares her story of trauma, resiliency, faith and hope through her own experiences during the second world war. March 22nd, 6:30-8:30pmLandon Students Events Room 110 RSVP to CHRSJ@barry.edu Sponsored by the Center for Human Rights and Social Justice

Intergroup Dialogues: Ability

April 04, 2018

Intergroup Dialogues: Ability

The School of Social Work, and the Division of Student Affairs will co-sponsor, once again, intergroup dialogues for students, staff, and faculty who are interested in participating in "train the trainer" dialogues. This year, the TRACKS Program is set to host multiple dialogues occurring on campus with the hopes of eventually integrating them...

Survivors Speak Out: #MeToo

April 10, 2018

Survivors Speak Out: #MeToo

It is important for survivors of sexual assault, harassment, or abuse to have their voices heard and believed. It is essential for all social workers to listen to the voices of survivors to hear what they need from us to promote healing and empowerment. If you are a survivor who wants to share your story, or if you just want to listen and learn,...

Graduate Programs Open House
Intergroup Dialogues: Ability

April 11, 2018

Intergroup Dialogues: Ability

The School of Social Work, and the Division of Student Affairs will co-sponsor, once again, intergroup dialogues for students, staff, and faculty who are interested in participating in "train the trainer" dialogues. This year, the TRACKS Program is set to host multiple dialogues occurring on campus with the hopes of eventually integrating them...

School of Social Work Preview Day
Intergroup Dialogues: Ability

April 18, 2018

Intergroup Dialogues: Ability

The School of Social Work, and the Division of Student Affairs will co-sponsor, once again, intergroup dialogues for students, staff, and faculty who are interested in participating in "train the trainer" dialogues. This year, the TRACKS Program is set to host multiple dialogues occurring on campus with the hopes of eventually integrating them...

2nd Annual Doctoral Symposium Evolution of Social Work Education

April 24, 2018

2nd Annual Doctoral Symposium Evolution of Social Work Education

This event is complementary Register Now Agenda 9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 9:30 Welcome and Overview 9:45 Evolution of Social Work Education and Social Justice--Dr. Michael Reisch 11:15 From the Eyes of a Social Work Pioneer--Dr. Elaine Congress 12:00 Lunch and Education Promiser--Facilitated Small Group Discussions on...

Graduate Programs Info Sessions

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