Smith College students, faculty and staff will come together to read and discuss So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo. The community-building book group is the brain child of SSW staff member Maddy Neely. Oluo spoke on the Smith campus in November 2018. Neely, a member of Staff Cou...
Karina Walters, M.S.W., Ph.D., professor at University of Washington School of Social Work, delivered the 2018 Brown Foundation Research Lecture, Embodiment of Historical Trauma and Micro-aggression Distress: Lessons from 10 years of research with American Indians and Alaska Natives.Wa
Dawn Belkin Martinez, Ph.D., LICSW, delivered the 2018 Lydia Rapoport Anti-Racism Lecture, Clinical Social Work in the Age of Neoliberalism: “Staying Woke” and a Path Forward for Clinical Practice. Martinez is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Boston University School of Social
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...
The Board of Directors for Womanshelter/Compañeras is seeking a dynamic, seasoned, collaborative and visionary Executive Director to lead the organization through our next phases of development and continued growth. S/he will provide vision and leadership for our dedicated staff, partners, and
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Mary Cannady, 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.