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Social Work With Military Families

Social Work With Military Families

Ellen DeVoe, M.S.W., Ph.D., delivered the E. Diane Davis Lecture at Smith SSW on June 30, 2018. Her talk was titled Beyond the Service Member: Working with Post-9/11 Military Families throughout the Deployment Cycle. She also sat down for an interview about her work and its implications for clinical

Scholarships available for MSW students to attend AAPCSW Conference

MSW students apply by Jan 15, 2019 for scholarships to attend AAPCSW 2019 Conference March 28-31 in Durham, NC. The Smith SSW Office of Alumni Relations is co-sponsoring the conference luncheon on Saturday, March 29. Application information: https://www.aapcsw.org/pdf/events/2019/AAPCSW_Conference_S...Read Moreabout Scholarships available for MSW students to attend AAPCSW Conference

Executive Director at Armenian Women’s Welfare Association

Executive Director at Armenian Women’s Welfare Association

The Armenian Women’s Welfare Association, Inc. (AWWA) is a Boston area non-profit women’s service organization, founded in 1915, with the mission to improve the quality of life for members of the Armenian community whether it be through aid, relief or education. It currently supports the Armenia...Read Moreabout Executive Director at Armenian Women’s Welfare Association


Disaster Response Resources for Social Workers
Looking for a Place to Study?
Where's My Library?

Where's My Library?

Where's My Library?
Young Library is now the main campus library during the construction of the New Neilson Library (2017-2020). Learn about library services and new study spaces on campus on the Read Moreabout Where's My Library?

Five College Circle of Scholars

Five College Circle of Scholars

The Five College Circle of Scholars (5CCS) is a program available to students who are completing (or have completed) an undergraduate degree at one of the Five Colleges (Smith, UMass Amherst, Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College and Hampshire College) and who are interested in applying to the Smit

Obituary of Mary Cannady, M.S.S '49

Mary Cannadyy, M.S.S. '49, a social worker who at age 50 became a civil rights activist and marched with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Ala., died Thursday, Nov. 1, of complications from an earlier stroke.



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