SSW Showcasing Expertise and Research on National Stage

CSWE APMMore than twenty-five SSW faculty, doctoral students, alumni, and staff are at the Council on Social Work Education’s Annual Program Meeting (APM) in Atlanta, Georgia. This impressive group will be presenting on a variety of topics including voter participation, mandated clients and empowerment, racism and oppression in social work classrooms, human rights, effects of US immigration policy on children, ethics through a macro lens, and justice involved women. With nearly 3000 educators, students, and practitioners in attendance, the APM provides an excellent opportunity to showcase the School’s expertise and research. Staff will be in the exhibit hall, along with more than one-hundred other schools of social work and related organizations, eager to share information about the UConn SSW’s programs and initiatives.