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CSWE APM: Leading Critical Conversations: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

The Council on Social Work Education‘s (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting (APM) is the place where social work education professionals collaborate, learn, teach, and grow. This year’s APM was focused on “Leading Critical Conversations: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion” and featured hundreds of social work education presentations, daily keynote sessions, a virtual exhibit hall, and networking opportunities.

The College of Social Work is proud to have had multiple faculty members and students participate in the APM by providing papers, performing on panels, and serving as presenters:

  • Presenters: Teri Abrams and Freida Herron
    Title: Diversity, equity, and inclusion at an R-1 college of social work: Implementation strategies
    Type: Paper
  • Presenters: Mahasin F. Saleh, Alex Colvin, and Sharon E. Bowland
    Title: Fostering dual vision: A tale of universities developing a joint MSW program
    Type: Panel
  • Presenters: Beverly Wagner and Sharon E. Bowland
    Title: Flipping out: New considerations in teaching social work research
    Type: Poster
  • Presenters: Courtney Cronley and Erin Murphy*
    Title: Homelessness from a holistic paradigm: Bridging curriculum gaps through supplemental education
    Type: Presentation
  • Presenters: Christopher Kilgore and Courtney Cronley
    Title: Student writing: APA seventh edition
    Type: Workshop
  • Presenters: Sukyung Yoon and Sherry M. Cummings
    Title: Gender differentials in IPV among older adults: Impact of family confidants and depression
    Type: Presentation
  • Presenters: Rebecca S. Rouland, Gretchen E. Ely, and Wendy Sheldon
    Title: Reproductive justice: A critical aspect of social work’s pursuit towards equity
    Type: Poster
  • Presenter: Jennifer First
    Title: The development and evaluation of the disaster adaptation and resilience scale (DARS)
    Type: Presentation
  • Presenter: J. Camille Hall
    Title: Advancing multicultural competence through international service learning and community engagement
    Type: Presentation
  • Presenters: Daniel Horn*, Jamie Clem, and Stacia West
    Title: Is the side-hustle worth it? Impacts of gig work on financial stress
    Type: Presentation
  • Presenters: Andrea Joseph, Ceema Samimi, and Shante Stuart McQueen
    Title: Restorative schools, interdisciplinary collaboration: Disrupting the school to prison pipeline
    Type: Panel
  • Presenters: Terri Brown, Jose Coll, Shadi Martin, and Lori Messinger
    Title: Cross-cultural mentoring: Research and personal reflections on what works
    Type: Panel
  • Presenter: Kristen Ravi
    Title: Age-friendly environments as environmental justice: A call for social work action
    Type: Paper
  • Presenters: Kristen Ravi, Sarah Robinson*, and Rachel J. Voth Schrag
    Title: Facilitators of help-seeking for survivors of intimate partner violence in the U.S.
    Type: Paper
  • Presenters: Jessica Williams*, Kristen Ravi, Bernadette Ombayo, and Diana Padilla
    Title: Teen dating violence help-seeking among diverse adolescents: A systematic review
    Type: Poster
  • Presenters: Ragan Schriver and Mary Held
    Title: Training MSW students to serve Latinx immigrant youth through a trauma-informed lens
    Type: Presentation

bold = College of Social Work faculty and students
* = students