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School receives $250,000 annual gift to strengthen doctoral program

Betsy and Sam ReevesA new donation to the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will help attract and retain top graduate students.

Sam and Betsy Reeves of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., are giving an annual expendable $250,000 gift to the University to support doctoral students at the social work school.


Social workers will play an important role in Haiti relief efforts

Long before a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti, social workers were already among the countless humanitarian workers and aid organizations attending to the impoverished country’s physical and emotional needs. In the months ahead, these same workers will play an even more vital role as extensive efforts to rebuild shattered infrastructure and lives begin.


Two faculty members help Haitian agency serve earthquake's youngest survivors

This summer, School of Social Work faculty members Mat Despard and Gina Chowa had planned to be developing two projects both hoped could assist in the long-term efforts of building a healthier and more economically stable Haiti. Then the Jan. 12 earthquake hit. The two UNC colleagues have since shifted their priorities and are now focusing their energy and expertise to provide more immediate relief to young survivors in one rural area of the country.


Adverse Weather Alert

UNC has announced that classes are cancelled until 10:00 a.m. for Monday, Feb. 1, 2010.

At the School of Social Work, regarding those after 10:00 a.m., classes are cancelled at the discretion of the instructor. Instructors will e-mail students if their class is cancelled.

All noontime speakers and events have been cancelled and so has the morning private practice panel.