TONY TRIPODI LECTURE: Global Social Work: Lessons from 15+ Years of Teaching and Applied Research in the Global South and North

April 5 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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HOSTED BY THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | 2 CE HOURS (NO FEE)*

Tony Tripodi Lecture on International Social Work
Featuring
FRED SSEWAMALA
William E. Gordon Distinguished Professor of Social Work and Public Health
Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis

About the Event
Dr. Fred Ssewamala (bio) is the William E. Gordon Distinguished Professor of Social Work and Public Health at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and the director of the International Center for Child Health and Development (ICHAD) and the SMART Africa Center. For the 2021 Tony Tripodi Lecture on International Social Work, he will share the lessons he has learned from 15 years of leading innovative research projects focused on family strengthening and economic empowerment. He also will highlight the knowledge-base that practitioners need to advance social work, social development and public health within communities in the Global North and Global South.

About the Lecture Series
The annual Tony Tripodi Lecture on International Social Work is made possible through the generous support of CSSW alumnus Tony Tripodi, DSW’63, who was an esteemed social work educator. Read more about him and his achievements here.

*NY-, NJ-, and CT-licensed social workers and NY-licensed mental health counselors can earn 2 CE hours. For information on learning objectives, please visit this page. As a service to the community, CSSW is waiving the fee for CE hours. If you would like to make a donation to the School, please click here.