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Melanie Sage 💻👨‍👧‍👦 Apr 18
Congrats to our bright msw students being inducted tonight to our Rho Kappa chapter of Phi Alpha Honor Society!
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NCLER Apr 18
Over five million older adults across the country are Limited English Proficient. Many barriers make it difficult to assert language access rights, impairing the ability of to understand their healthcare and make decisions. Learn more:
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UB-Social Work Apr 17
Getting out the vote in via <Horses, boats and planes get ballot boxes to remote villages
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UB-Social Work Apr 17
Why the future of human rights must be hopeful <See the "Guide to hope-based communications" infographic in this article. The promise of a brighter = hope.
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UB-Social Work Apr 17
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Alyssa Lotmore Apr 16
Imagine being a new MSW. You land your ideal job. Then, when you begin, you realize that your boss is severely burned out & the staff is under heightened stress from negative leadership causing poor worker-client relationships. tackles Agency Culture this week!
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Melanie Sage 💻👨‍👧‍👦 Apr 16
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UB-Social Work Apr 15
Learning from Denise Krause of last week about "Helping students be trauma-informed by integrating solution-focused skills in online classrooms" MT
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Laurel I Hitchcock Apr 15
My favorite quote from ’s presentation from Anna Kamenetz about a rubric for social media use: Enjoy screens; not too much; mostly together.
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Laurel I Hitchcock Apr 15
introduces the idea of the affordances of social media - the benefits and opportunities - that come from engaging and connecting online.
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Laurel I Hitchcock Apr 15
is breaking down the research on the effects of social media use on depression and social anxiety. My takeaway = many of the correlational studies are making false claims about this effect. Check out these meta-analyses.
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Laurel I Hitchcock Apr 15
is speaking at UAB to a crowd about Social Media on Adolescent Mental Health.
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UB-Social Work Apr 15
April's Grand Rounds : "That's a White Thing! Or is it? Consensual Non-Monogamy (CNM) among African Americans." With Dr. Noelle St. Vil, on Tues., Apr. 16, Noon to 1:30 PM in 214 Parker Hall.
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UB-Social Work Apr 15
Tues. Apr. 16: Two MSW students traveled to the US-Mexico Border in January, to assist asylum seekers in detention, preparing them for Credible Fear Interviews, the first step in applying for . 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM in 684 Baldy. Lunch provided!
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Jane McPherson Apr 14
Nearly 155 years later, this fund is the first instance of for slavery by a prominent American organization. Other universities should follow 's lead.
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UB-Social Work Apr 14
"Human rights is the goal. Intersectionality is the process." Loretta Ross, Reproductive Justice activist and author
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UB-Social Work Apr 12
Hannah Britton speaks on factors in rise of rape, other violent crimes vs. women: Poverty, substance use, hx of apartheid, backlash to in 1/2
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UB-Social Work Apr 12
Replying to @nancy_kusmaul @poliSW
No! We should, as of course we alums do count for a lot!
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