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Substance Abuse Studies Certificates awarded at Carolina Inn luncheon

On May 7 at the Carolina Inn, the UNC School of Social Work honored students graduating from our Certificate Program in Substance Abuse Studies with a luncheon and awards ceremony. Program director Worth Bolton and Dean Jack Richman presented the certificates.

In addition to completing their master’s program concentration requirements, graduates have completed 180 hours of substance abuse specific education, and a field placement focusing on addictions.

The new graduates are: Kristin Bure, MSW ’14; Joseph Bryant Campbell, MSW ’14; Tara Conrad, MSW ’14; Stephanie Haik Clark, MSW ’14; Alexandra Fox, MSW ’14; Eiman Henson, MSW ’14; Terra Hodge, MSW ’14; Marbeth Holmes, MSW ’14; Shenita Mangum, MSW ’14; Rex Mercer, MSW ’14; Jeremy Moore, MSW ’14; Rachel Elizabeth Smith, MSW ’14; Sierra Spellmon, MSW ’14; Shannon Spillane, MSW ’14; practitioners and alumni Valerie Haywood, MSW ’13; Matthew Prentice, MSW ’09; and practitioners Brian Clougherty, Faith Davis, Derrick Fowler, Karli Pontillo, and Victoria Shields.

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