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Faculty, students and alumni presented at annual CSWE meeting

UNC School of Social Work faculty members, students and alumni participated in the Council on Social Work Education’s (CSWE) 66th annual program meeting, which was hosted virtually this month. The theme for this year’s meeting was, “Leading Critical Conversations: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.”

Among those scheduled to present included:
• Travis Albritton and JP Przewoznik: Reflexivity and Vulnerability: Enacting Critical Theory and Anti-Oppression Paradigms in the Classroom
• Sarah E. Bledsoe and Kate LeMasters (UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health): Initiating Community-Based Participatory Research in a Majority-Minority Community: Lessons Learned
• Premela G. Deck, Lisa de Saxe Zerden, Rebecca Brigham and Crystal M. Grant (Duke University): Social Work Field Placement in Law School Clinics: Models, Benefits and Dilemmas
• Tonia Deese and Robin Sansing: Taking Care of Ourselves: Supporting Social Workers’ Well-Being in Higher Education Settings
• Molly Andrews (alumni), Sophia Durant and Nina Tracy: Enhancing the Macro Curriculum: A Report on a Participatory Assessment Process
• Amy Levine, Karon Johnson and Ronni Zuckerman: Critical Conversations in Field Seminar: Reframing Self-Care and Encouraging Resilience in Practice
• Lisa de Saxe Zerden, Brianna Lombardi (University of Pittsburgh) and Erica Richman (Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research): Social Work and Office-Based Opioid Treatment: Current Roles and Opportunities
• Tina M. Souders: An Exploratory Study Examining Instructional Strategies and Topics in Ethics Education
• Marilyn Ghezzi and Amy Levine: Diagnosing with Diversity in Mind: Pedagogical Strategies for Teaching the DSM.