The JPhD program is accepting applications for admission Fall 2022. You must complete your application by April 1, 2022. If you are interested, please complete your application and send an email to Sonia Martin in admissions (email@example.com) so that she can process your application. For questions, please contact Dr. Jay Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Carmen Monico, a faculty teaching in the Joint MSW and PhD Programs, contributed to two chapters in the book titled “Social Work in Health Emergencies: Global Perspectives”, which just got published. According to the Routledge publishers, “This is the first comprehensive book that provides accessible, international knowledge for practitioners, students and academics about social work in health emergencies and spans fields of practice across world regions with particular reference to the COVID-19 pandemic.” The chapters to which Dr. Monico contributed were focused on the “Regions of the World and the COVID-19 Health Emergency” and the “Impacts of Global Pandemics on People on the Move.” The printed and online versions of the book will be released on March 1, 2022,and can be email@example.com. For more information about this topic, contact Dr. Monico at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Dr. Sharon Parker was invited to participant in the UNC School of Social Work’s first Black History Month Research Series: “Coping Amidst COVID as BIPOC” sponsored by the Global Social Development Innovations and Inspired Lab (pdf). Dr. Parker, an alumnus of the of the School of Social Work’s PhD program, is honored to serve on the panel with Dr. Rachel Goode and Ms. Anjalee Sharma for this inaugural event. Dr. Parker, Dr. Jeannette Wade (NCAT) and Dr. Helyne Frederick (UNC) collaborated on a study, COVID-19 and the Intimate Partner Relationships of Black Women attending an HBCU and PWI. Dr. Parker will present findings from the study on February 24, 2022, at 12:00 pm. Please register to attend this virtual free event.
Dr. Parker to speak at the HBCU Youth HIV Summit sponsored by the Office of Infectious Diseases and HIV/AIDS Policy and the PACE program on February 15, 2022. This event is in commemoration of National Black HIV/AIDS and Awareness Day and Black History Month. Her presentation entitled, “Exploring the Uptake of PrEP with HBCU Students” shared best practices and innovations for engaging youth in HIV prevention and strategies to increase the uptake of PrEP with HBCU students.
2021 NCAT World AIDS Day Town Hall Meeting with Mr. Julian Walker, Ms. Marvelyn Brown, Dr. Alysee Wurcel, Dr. Schenita Davis Randolph, and Dr. Sharon Parker.
Ending the HIV Epidemic: Equitable Access, Everyone’s Voice.
Dr. Sharon Parker joined the editorial of Public Health in Social Work in December 2021. Congratulations Dr. Parker and thank you for your service to the field. For more information on Social Work in Public Health.
UNCG and NCAT Joint Programs in Social Work HRSA OWEP Scholars Inaugural Virtual Opioid & Other Substance Use Disorders National Conference: Advancing Racial Equity, Inclusive Practices, and Cultural Humility among Future Behavioral Health Practitioners Feb 23-24, 2022 \ 1-4 pm.
Please see the attached brochure for the conference overview, agenda and the registration link.
The University of South Carolina, College of Social Work has invited Dr. Dyson to host a Teach-In on February 18, 2022. For more information go here.
Dr. Jay Poole’s Chapter, The Last Session: Facilitating Positive and Productive Endings in Therapy from the book Constructing Authentic Relationships in Clinical Practice Working at the Intersection of Therapist and Client Identities is now available. Please click here for more information.
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