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Scoville awarded national fellowship

Christopher ScovilleChristopher Scoville has been awarded the Interprofessional Fellowship in Psychosocial Rehabilitation & Recovery Oriented Services, a program created by the US Department of Veterans Affairs with four sites nationally. Beginning in fall 2019, Scoville will work with the VA Hospital in Durham, N.C.


SSW honors outstanding alumni for 2019

Five social work professionals have received the Distinguished Alumni Award 2019 from the UNC School of Social Work.

The honorees are Susanna Stepp Birdsong (Raleigh); Noel Sebastian Bost, Ph.D. (Greensboro); Jessica Nakell Burroughs (Durham); Mia Ives-Rublee (Washington, D.C.); and Marcia Lynn White (Raleigh).

Distinguished Alumni Award recipients for 2019

Pictured from left are (top row) Dean Gary Bowen with Distinguished Alumni Award recipients Jessica Burroughs, Noel Bost, Susanna Birdsong, (front row) Marci White and Tate-Turner-Kuralt Champions Award recipient Deloris Jordan.


Graham named Outstanding Doctoral Student 2019

Laurie Graham has received the Outstanding Doctoral Student Award for 2019 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work. Associate Dean for Doctoral Education Mimi Chapman presented the award, which recognizes a doctoral student who demonstrates exemplary scholarship, teaching, service, leadership and collegial support of fellow students.

Dean Gary Bowen, Laurie Graham, Rebecca Macy, Mimi Chapman

Laurie Graham (second from left) receives congratulations from Dean Gary Bowen, Rebecca Macy and Mimi Chapman.


Class of 2019 to graduate

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work will graduate 133 students during its commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

The graduates include 130 students who will receive Master of Social Work degrees and three students who will receive Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work degrees.

In addition, one of the MSW graduates will receive a dual degree in law from UNC,  one will receive a dual degree in divinity from Duke University, one will receive a dual degree in public administration from UNC, and nine will receive a dual degree in public health from UNC.

“Celebrating our graduates and their achievements is a highlight of the year,” Dean Gary Bowen noted.