CSSW POST-ELECTION DEBRIEF SERIES: Holding Space & Moving Forward (1/3)

November 10 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Event Organizer

Social Work Office of Professional Excellence (SWOPE)
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FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED
1.5 CE hours for NYS-, NJ- & CT-licensed social workers for a fee

CSSW Post-Election Debrief Series | PART 1: Holding Space & Moving Forward

Introduced by

MELISSA BEGG (bio), Dean and Professor of Social Work & Biostatistics, Columbia School of Social Work

Featuring a panel discussion with

  • ESTER FUCHS (bio), Professor of International and Public Affairs and Political Science, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University
  • BRADLEY HARDY (bio), Associate Professor of Public Administration and Policy, American University
  • SUSAN WITTE (bio), Professor of Social Work, Columbia School of Social Work

Moderated by

KARMA LOWE (bio), Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Columbia School of Social Work

About the Event

What do the November 3rd election results mean for the cultural and political climates in the U.S. moving forward, and what are the likely impacts to our economy and related social policies? In the first of a three-part post-election event series, a panel of experts will debrief the cultural, political, psychological, and economic implications of the results, especially for the communities social workers serve. A Q&A with the audience will follow the moderated discussion. All event information, including details on how to access the webinar and CE requirements, can be found on the registration page.

The post-election debrief series is cosponsored by Columbia School of Social Work’s Offices of Professional Excellence and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and its Action Lab for Social Justice.

Questions?

For questions on Zoom or CE hours, please contact swope@columbia.edu.