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Brown School Presenters at Virtual CSWE 2020

Faculty; Social Work; Research; Students

We invite you to join us at the virtual annual program meeting for the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), November 16-20. This year’s theme is Leading Critical Conversations 2020: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Find registration information and the program  on the website.

This year’s meeting structure has been adjusted to accommodate the online format. Some presentations will be livestreamed, while others have interactive elements. However, the majority of sessions happening asynchronously and will remain available during the entirety of the annual program meeting and for the next year.

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.

Panels and Posters

​Putting the “Bio” in Biopsychosocial: Talking Genetics in Social Work


Meredith Wells Francis


Panel


Shifting Sexual and Reproductive Health Narratives of Black Adolescents and Young Adults


Tyriesa Howell


Panel


Tools for Teaching Colorism: The Skin Tone Implicit Association Test


Maya Williams


LIVE Poster Session
Tuesday, November 17
5:00 - 6:00 p.m. ET

Ukuba Ngumuntu: Black Youths’ Association of African Centered Self-Regard With Ethnic Identity

Hussain Lateef


Poster



Paper Sessions and Interactive Workshops

​Research and Program Evaluation: Underrepresented Groups and Higher Education




Autumn Asher BlackDeer


Paper Session




The Strengthening Power of Mentorship




Maya Williams




Paper Session


​Understanding Economic Justice: Quickstart Tools for Teaching Financial Capability and Asset Building


Margaret Sherraden


Interactive Workshop




Why Seeing Colorism Matters: People of Color, Cultural Competence in Curriculum Content


Maya Williams


Interactive Workshop