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Join us for the webinar, "Re-Imagining Community Safety: How We Can Move Beyond Policing"

The School of Social Work’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the Jordan Institute for Families are co-sponsoring a webinar on Tuesday, June 30 titled, “Re-Imagining Community Safety: How We Can Move Beyond Policing.”

The webinar begins at 1:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The discussion will be led by a guest panel that includes:


Klein to lead violence prevention group at UNC

LB KleinLB Klein has been selected to lead the Gender-Based Violence Prevention Advisory Group at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

“LB is a nationally-recognized leader in campus gender-based violence prevention, and we are confident in her ability to facilitate next steps forward in Carolina’s efforts to end gender-based violence on our campus,” noted Jonathan C. Sauls, interim vice chancellor for student affairs at UNC-Chapel Hill.

“LB has been a valued contributor to our existing coalition work, and we are grateful for LB’s willingness to take on this additional leadership role.”


School of Social Work to offer MSW classes remotely this fall

The UNC School of Social Work will continue to offer MSW classes remotely in the fall, a decision School leaders said was necessary to ensure the safety of all students, faculty and staff during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The School hopes to offer in-person classes in the spring 2021 semester.


School faculty receive grants to study COVID-19 impacts

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on long-term care facilities across the country, with residents in nursing homes and other long-term care settings accounting for up to one-half of the reported deaths nationwide. Yet, UNC researchers say this latest virus and what they hope to learn from two new studies could help to strengthen industry policies and procedures to ensure that older residents receive the care they need and deserve.


Faculty members create "Community Conversations"

Faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work have begun “Community Conversations,” focusing on peer-based study around the topic of anti-racist teaching practice. The “Community Conversations” group meets regularly to share resources and discuss ways to strengthen an anti-racist environment in the classroom, particularly when teaching in an environment that is multi-racial but predominantly white.