Tomorrow, July 6th
Deadline for ordering regalia (Friday, 7/10, 4:30 pm)
All faculty and graduating/post-resident students who wish to participate in Commencement must order regalia by 4:30 pm on July 10, 2015.
Dining on campus between Friday, July 3rd and Sunday, July 12th.
Deadlines, rental procedures, and relevant information for students regarding commencement regalia.
Additional Admininstrative Notices:Evening/Weekend Writing Counseling Appointments in Term 2Deadline for ordering regalia (Friday, 7/10, 4:30 pm)Accessing Computer Lab (Seelye basement)SSW Writing Counselors: Important New InformationRamadan greetingsWriting Counseling: Please Cancel Any Appointments You Cannot Keep
An invitation from NASW to join the organization at the student rate.
New SSWR Facebook page helps PhD students connect and share information, resources, and post questions!
As a member of the SSW community, you are invited to march in our commencement processional on Friday, August 14, 2015 in John M. Greene Hall. You are not required to march, but are more than welcome to join other faculty on stage during the ceremony.
Should you be interested in attending and nee...
P & D is a place where all SSW faculty can meet to discuss their teaching, learn and problem-solve together and provide collegial support and consultation. This workshop has been a special part of the SSW program for a number of years and many faculty who have attended Pedagogy and Diversity h...
Additional For Faculty & Staff:Accessing Wifi using the Eduroam network
An opportunity for SSW students to contribute to the development of the Smith College Libraries.
Unlearning Racism is an intentional, supportive, and open weekly forum where students who identify as white can explore white privilege and practice taking responsibility for our role in structures of oppression.
The Jewish Student Alliance is planning an early Rosh Chodesh Women's Circle, followed by an all-community potluck, for July 13, the first evening of Term 2. (Details to be announced!)
This experimental offering is intended to create a space where clinicians can explore the relationship between their outer-world expressions of social work and inner-world contemplative practices.
A new program for MSW '15 students from the Lazarus Center for Career Development.
In this workshop, 2nd year students will learn helpful tips for writing your thesis. The format will be an informal discussion of successful strategies as well as a question and answer period. You need only attend ONE session.
An SSW doctoral student is conducting dissertation research into sibling bereavement. She is seeking participants to complete an anonymous, online survey. [Continue to "Read more" for details.]
SSW adjunct faculty member, Arlene Istar Lev, LCSW-R, CASAC, is mentioned in this New York Times article about the "Sex and Attachment: Coming Together" symposium, sponsored by the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy.