Mondays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. (excluding break week)
King's Living Room
Come get information and learn about various topics, which will include:
June 17: The SSW fragrance-free policy
June 24th: Open
July 1: Grading policie...
Are you feeling stressed?
Mark your calendars for Pet-a-Pet Day at the SSW!
On Tuesday, July 23rd from 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
join us on the Smith College Seelye Lawn to de-stress with furry friends from the Northampt...
Bubble away with Smith College SSW Summer Chaplain, Rhonda Shapiro-Rieser
Tuesday, July 30th, 12:20 – 1:30 p.m.
Outside of Seelye Hall
Additional Events & Sessions:Ukulele Mastery in Three Minutes - Part 1 & 2Student Partners’ LunchFilm Documentary "Lift the Mask"-Living with Mental IllnessPublic Lecture Series '19: E. Diane Davis LecturePublic Lecture Series '19: Brown Foundation Research Lecture
In this two-session workshop, we will focus on editing techniques for making social work writing more powerful and effective.
We will discuss active and passive voice, biased language, and word choice, among other issues. Please try to attend both sessions:
For many field questions, the admin team in the Field Dept can help you!
Stop by to see Marybeth Stratton or Natacha Nieves in Lilly Hall 115, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (413) 585-7965.
For internship onboarding questions, contact Marybeth Stratton, mstra...
School-Based Field Placements: The joys, opportunities & challenges of interning in a system where youth, families, organizations and state policies intersect
Thursday, July 18 - 12:40pm King Living Room
Come join faculty member, former district leader and c...
Additional Field Education:Field Summer Series: Is case management clinical? 7/23Field Summer Series: In-home and community-based social work 7/25Field Summer Series: How to prepare for clinical supervision NEW DATE 8/1Field Seminar Registration begins July 31st at 9am!Orientation to Anti-racism Assignment for Students of Color
"Two of Them, One of Me: The Art of Holding Two Perspectives in Couples Therapy", Presenter: Nancy Knudsen, LMFT
Webinar on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, at 12:00 - 1:30 PM ET.
This live webinar with...
Become a student ambassador!
NASW recognizes the value student members play in the future success of the Social Work profession.
Student Ambassadors will generate recognition of their Social Work program, network with other social work students and professionals...
Additional Professional Education (CE):Building Better Brains - ADHD Webinar
Join us for dinner, drinks and conversation about growing a vibrant network of SSW LBGTQI alumni. Space is limited - No Charge. Contact the SSW Office of Alumni Relations at (413) 585-4290 or email@example.com to RSVP.
Date: July 27, 2019
Time: 6:30-9:00 p...
Jeannette Landrie, a Learning Specialist for the School of Social Work, is available for consultation.
She can help you with planning, organizing and time management as well as dealing with procrastination and using reading strategies.
SSW students do not h...
Don’t let money worries get you down - get informed! - Loans, and Loan-forgiveness: Everything you NEED to know
The Student Financial Services department is offering an informal presentation and Question & Answer session on student loan repayment. The presentation w...
Additional Self-Care @ SSW:Self-Care at Smith: 5th Annual Bubble DaySelf-Care at Smith:Ukulele Mastery in Three Minutes - Part 2Self-Care at Smith:Student Partners’ LunchSelf-Care at Smith: Acupuncture [extended hrs now available]Self-Care at Smith: Scott/Ainsworth Gym and Olin Fitness CenterSelf-Care at Smith: Nationally Recognized Trans Health Provider Joins Cooley DickinsonSelf-Care at Smith: Professional Massage Services by "Mike the Massage Guy"Self-Care at Smith: Schacht Center for Health and WellnessSelf-Care at Smith: 5th Annual Sundae EventSelf-Care at Smith: Urgent Care - We're Right Here When You Need Us
There will be constructions on campus this summer while facilities will be replacing 150 feet of underground steam and condensate piping....
Putting our Anti‐Racism Commitment into Action! Anti‐Racism Consultation Committee (ARCC) Meetings ‐ Open to All
The ARCC is an important multi‐constituent committee at SSW charged with monitoring our progress towards greater anti‐racism. We have been highly active over the past few years.
The Committee will be meeting throughout the summer on Mondays evenings (beginning June 10th) f...
The Dean's office will be hosting two New Faculty Orientations each term. Orientation is required for new faculty and I highly encourage faculty who have been here for three or fewer years to attend. Of course, everyone is welcome!
Term 1: Monday, June 3rd or Thursday, June 6t...
Additional For Faculty:Critical Conversations Training: Deepening Our Ability to Facilitate Difficult Conversations Inside and Beyond the ClassroomGatherings: Connect, Talk, and LaughPedagogy and Diversity SeminarsFederal Compliance Trainings: Required for All EducatorsConsultation on Universal Access Strategies? Pedagogical ConsultationsDeveloping Greater Trans Competence: An Important SSW Resource
Complete a study about postures, located in Bass Hall
You may be eligible if you:
- Are a female
- Are between the ages of 18 – 27 years old
- Have no injuries to your extremities
- Have not previously participated ...
NASW recognizes the value student members play in the future success of the Social Work profession. Student Ambassadors will generate recognition of their Social Work program, network with other social work students and professionals, and provide relevant NASW information to fellow students ...
Additional General Notices:Join NASW: The One Organization Which Advocates for Our Clients and For Us, As Social WorkersLooking for a Place to Study?
Young Library is the Libraries’ central campus service hub and home to Special Collections for the duration of the New Neilson Library Project (2017-2020).
The libraries’ collections and services are distributed across the campus in three locations: Young Library...
Drop in at Young Library during Reading Days - Wednesdays from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Librarians are available to discuss the following:
- Research for assignments
- Creating an annotated bibliography
- Citation management
- And much more!