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For students at CUSSW, mid-April is a busy—some would say frantic—time of year, with classes and field gradually wrapping up, the search for summer internships and jobs proceeding apace, and graduation looming large on the horizon of all Second Years and a few other students in our special programs.
It's also the time of year when the annual student journal, Columbia Social Work Review, comes out. In fact, you might see the publication of CSWR as a sign of spring, along with the magnolias that are beginning to flower on many of our city streets.
And, just as you don't want to miss the magnolias, you also don't want to miss this year's issue. Despite multiple commitments, it's important to clear your calendar for Wednesday, April 17th, and turn out for CSWR's launch event. This is the message that I received loud and clear from three of those who were involved in the production of this year's issue—Brianna Boles (author of one of the eight articles), Jaime Hedlund (Associate Editor) and Claire Shoen (Editor in Chief). Here are some highlights from our conversation:
You see what I mean? It's truly a unique opportunity to be in a group that for several months has been focused intensely on issues of relevance to up-and-coming social workers like yourselves:
Columbia Social Work Review (Spring 2013)
Table of Contents:
All but one of the authors will be present. And you'll be present, too, we hope! See you there...
Images (clockwise from top right): CSWR cover image, Claire Shoen, Jaime Hedlund, Brianna Boles, and magnolias (from Morguefiles).