We invite you to join during the hybrid annual program meeting for the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), November 4-7. This year’s theme is Leading Critical Conversations 2021: Racial, Economic & Environmental Justice. Find registration information and the program on the website.
Enola Proctor, Shanti K. Khinduka Distinguished Professor Emeritus, will receive the the Significant Lifetime Achievement in Social Work Education Award.
Conference organizers extend their gratitude to all of the track chairs and co-chairs who worked hard to make the event a success, including Assistant Professor Tyriesa Howell, co-chair of the African Americans and the African Diaspora track.
|Leading Critical Conversations in Field Education: A Multilevel Approach||Jewel D . Stafford (Research Contributors: Cynthia D . Williams, Jennifer Harpring) ||Interactive Workshop|
|Building Collaborations for a Just and Equitable Region, Nation, and World||Cynthia Williams||Interactive Workshop|
|Why Seeing Colorism Matters: People of Color, Cultural Competence in Curriculum Content||Maya Williams||Interactive Workshop|