Welcome to The School of Social Work

May 6, 2014 • 5:00 - 8:00 pm

Vintage Brewing Co.,

674 South Whitney Way, Madison

 

On May 6, Social Work alumni and 2015 graduates will gather at the Vintage Brewing Company for a FREE relaxed evening catching up with old friends and making new connections. Please join us!

 

Please RSVP and share the event on Facebook.

By Meghan Chua

 

Photo Credit: NAMI Dane County / Terry Talbot

Ed Erwin, a field seminar facilitator and honorary fellow in the School of Social Work, has received an award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness to recognize his contributions to mental health in Dane County.

 

NAMI Dane County chose Erwin (BA ’06, MSW ’07) for the Jim Hinsberger Award for Excellence, which recognizes an individual with mental illness who serves as a role model by promoting...

April 13, 2015 | 8:15 am - 4:00 pm

School of Nursing Auditorium, UW-Madison


Confronting Racial Injustice: Social Workers Moving Beyond Neutrality

 

Free Event • Free CEUs/CEHs Provided • RSVP Required

Questions? Please contact Mary Paulauskis at (608) 263-3660.

 

The School of Social Work at UW-Madison will be hosting a free one-day conference for social workers and social work students. The conference will focus on racial disparities in education and the criminal justice system, as well, as the over representation of people of color among those living in poverty. The conference will focus on African Americans, since they are more disproportionately...

Dane County Executive Joe Parisi addressing Senior Fellow Roberta Gassman’s “Public Management in Complex Times” advanced graduate seminar

Senior Fellow Roberta Gassman has her fair share of public management experience, as former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training at the United States Department of Labor and former Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.

 

But in addition to drawing upon those experiences in the classroom, Gassman has expanded her students’ access to top leaders in different levels of...

 

"Alive Inside" Documentary Screening

A provocative film that explores how music can combat memory loss and restore

a deep sense of self to those suffering from dementia

 

Wednesday, April 8, 2015 • 4:30 pm

Cooper Hall Auditorium, 701 Highland Ave., Madison

Free Event • Refreshments Provided

 

View Flyer or Register

 

Co-sponsored by the Center for Aging Research and Education (CARE), the Schools of Medicine and Public Health, Music, Pharmacy and Social Work, and the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute

Calendar

Upcoming

April 27

  1. Government Workshop Series: Finding and Applying for Jobs in State Government Agencies

April 28

  1. Yoga for Social Workers, with Caitlin Callaghan
  2. Mindfulness Meditation, with Cedarose Keeley

April 30

  1. Mindfulness Meditation, with Devin Coogan

Part-Time Program

Child Welfare at the School of Social Work

Field Education


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