Joint Program in Social Work
Universities of NCA&T and UNCG
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JSWP faculty Delivers Two Presentations at the Latino Social Work Organization (LSWO)
Dr. Mónico delivered two presentations at the National LSWO (Latino Social Work Organization) Latinx Social Work Conference held at the University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC) on April 6-9, 2022. Social work faculty, social work students, and allied human service professionals/faculty join this conference, which is a unique space for the Latinx social work community. The first […]
JSWP faculty presenting at the International Studies Association
Dr. Carmen Mónico, faculty of the joint MSW and PhD presented with Dr. Wayne Pitts of RTI International at the International Studies Association 63rd Annual Convention titled “A Wider Discipline For A Smaller World” and held in Nashville, Tennessee on March 28-April 2, 2022. The presentation is titled “Evidence-based proposals for improved U.S. policies and […]
Happy International Women’s Day!
This year’s theme is, “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”. Learn more here about how social workers are central to advancing gender equality and justice for all! Here is additonal information regarding the importance of International Women’s Day and what you can do to amplify and lift these efforts. #BreakTheBias
JPhD Program Continues to Accept Applications for Fall 2022 Admission
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 contributes to two chapters in book on global health emergencies
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 […]
Dr. Sharon Parker Speaks at UNC School of Social Work’s First Black History Month Research Series
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 […]
Dr. Sharon Parker Speaks at HBCU Youth Summit
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 […]
Dr. Sharon Parker 2021 NCAT World AIDS Day Town Hall Panelist
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
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.