by Chloe Yopp
UNC School of Social Work faculty, staff and students attended the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Annual Program Meeting (APM) from Oct. 26–29, 2023, in Atlanta, Ga. This year’s APM theme was “It’s Time to Act: Defining and Reckoning With Anti-Racist Social Work Education.” School of Social Work attendees presented on topics ranging from off-site field instruction to peer support to address wellness crises. The School also hosted a reception for alumni and friends and had a strong presence in the exhibit hall throughout the weekend.
Day One: Opening Plenary Session and Exhibit Hall
Day 2: Presentations and Reception
Friday, Oct. 27, 2023, was full of presentations from faculty and students on varying topics. Find a full list of the School’s 2023 CSWE presenters in our Fall 2023 Impact Report.
Friday evening, the School hosted a reception at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Faculty, friends, alumni and colleagues stopped by to catch up, network, take photos and enjoy an evening of fellowship together. The room was adorned in Carolina blue, including a flower wall and neon sign.
Day 3: Faculty and Student Presentations
UNC School of Social Work community members came away from CSWE’s 2023 Annual Program Meeting gaining valuable knowledge and building connections with social workers around the country. See everyone in Kansas City, Mo. in 2024!