Social Work Lecture Series- Dr. Maria De Leon
The SFA School of Social Work and the UTMB East Texas Geriatric Education Consortium Presents Social Work Lecture Series: "Current Challenges Faced by Today's Elderly Population". Presenter Dr. Maria De Leon will present on Depression: What's the significance in the elderly? and Elder Bullying- Reality or Myth? This series will be held Friday, March 27, 2015 from 9:00-1:30, at the School of Social Work room 204, lunch will be provided. Free 3 Continuing Education Units will be available. Seats are limited to 30 participates; RSVP by Monday, March 23, 2015, contact the School of Social Work (936) 468-5105.
Region 5 Foster and Adoptive Training Conference
The Child Welfare Professional Development Project-SFA School of Social Work, Angelina College Community Services, Child Protective Services, and Region 5 Foster Parent Associations and will hold its 18th Annual Region 5 Foster and Adoptive Training Conference April 11, 2015
at the Baker Pattillo Student Center on the SFA campus. Eight CEUs for Licensed Social Workers, LPC, TAADAC & LCDC will be offered. Conference__Brochure_2015.pdf Registration_Form_2015.pdf
Enhancing Caseworker Skills: Improving Outcomes Pre-Conference
The Child Welfare Professional Development Project-SFA School of Social Work and TDFPS Child Protective Services, will hold its 18th Annual Region 5 Foster and Adoptive Training Pre-Conference on Friday April 10, 2015 at the Baker Pattillo Student Center on the SFA campus. Six CEU's will be offered for Licensed Social Workers. Pre-Conference_Registration_Brochure_2015.pdf
Congratuation BSW 2014 Fall Graduates
School of Social Work Convocation ceremony Fall 2014.
Graduate Research Conference
The second annual Graduate Research Conference
will be held on April 8th. All graduate students in the College who are interested in presenting their research projects will need to submit their work. Students can submit abstracts for a 10-minute panel presentation or a poster presentation. Submissions will be open to research projects completed up to a year prior, although students who are in the early stages of their research projects and have preliminary findings to discuss are also encouraged to submit. Students who do not have research projects that are ready for submission might also consider volunteering to assist with coordinating the event.
To recognize exceptional research, two Dean's Research Awards will be offered, one for a panel presentation and one for a poster presentation.
The conference will be held on April 8th, 2014.
To submit, a student will need to:
Complete the attached submission form
as well as an abstract summarizing their work (see form for length requirements) and submit their documents to Dr. Sarah Savoy via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submissions will need to be emailed by March 20th, 2014.