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This Saturday, March 18, Faculty of Social Work researchers will present community leaders with findings mental illness anti- stigma program in Asian communities. EVENT BEING WEBCAST LIVE NOW ON FACEBOOK  

Michael Hart, PhD, Canadian Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledges and Social Work, said real reconciliation isn't possible without education at Faculty's research symposium.

On March 30 researcher Julie Drolet, PhD, is organizing a workshop with international experts, with the hope of creating an Alberta-wide network of social workers ready for the next disaster.

Innovative, interdisciplinary student symposium works with future social workers and educators to end dating violence, bullying.

Chrystal Campbell - WRC Distinguished Undergraduate Student Award Recipient 2017

Congratulations to Chrystal Campbell from the BSW Learning Circles in Peace River.  Chrystal is a WRC Distinguished Undergraduate Student Award Recipient 2017.

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Michael Hart, PhD, Canadian Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledges and Social Work, said real reconciliation isn't possible without education at Faculty's research symposium.

 

Victimized teens more likely to suffer abuse in adult relationships, says Social Work researcher Deinera Exner-Cortens, PhD.

China has declared they will train three million social workers by 2020. Social Work professors Siu Ming Kwok and Dora Tam are at the forefront of this unprecedented boom.

China has declared they will train three million social workers by 2020. Our Southern Alberta Region professors Siu Ming Kwok, PhD and Dora Tam, PhD are at the forefront of this unprecedented boom.

Our southern Alberta campus recently celebrated a double anniversary in Lethbridge celebrating 50 years as a Faculty and 35 years of social work education in Southern Alberta.

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