Paul Kurzman ’64 published a new text, alongside a colleague from Rutgers, titled Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organizations [Washington: NASW Press, 450 pp.]. He also has an entry in the new Encyclopedia of Macro Social Work titled, “Labor Unions in the United States.”
Natasha Josefowitz ’65 has continued her passion for writing, as many of her pieces have been extended to an international website, alongside many other websites. She continues to write her bi-monthy columns for several communities.
Dr. Elaine Congress ’69 published three of her edited books during the pandemic. The first, Behavioral Science in the Global Arena,Volume 1: Addressing Timely Issues at the United Nations and Beyond, was published in the summer of 2020, and the last two, Behavioral Science in the Global Arena: Global Mental, Spiritual and Social Health and Behavioral Science in the Global Arena: Global Health Trends and Issues, focus on health and came out last summer.