Wrap-up of 2017 Events at the School of Social Work
In the year 2017, Columbia University’s School of Social Work delivered over 35 faculty- and student-organized events using a variety of tools: Livestream, Facebook LIVE, and Adobe Connect. Many people—typically, hundreds for each event—took advantage of the opportunity to participate remotely in the intellectual life of our School. Their numbers included student prospects, alumni, field educators, and practicing social workers, from all over the United States as well as from overseas. Gathering together online, they formed new contacts and communities, a number of which have continued off-line.
Please check the list below for archived events that you may have missed or would like to watch again. And please note: We will continue to offer this service in 2018, with an equally rich mix of events. Be sure to join us!
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Evolution of Black Men’s Mental Health—CPRC Seminar (December 7 Livestream)
Social Work Activism and Advocacy—Panel discussion (December 6 Livestream)
CITIES MATTER: The Role of Cities in Promoting Health—CPRC/SIPA event (December 5 Livestream)
World AIDS Day Panel & Call to Action (November 30 Livestream)
Modernity and Policy Toward the Urban Poor in China (November 29 Livestream)
Responding to Youth Crime Without Locking Them All Up (November 15 Facebook LIVE)
Responding to Youth Crime Without Locking Them All Up
Posted by Columbia University School of Social Work on Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Wilderness Therapy for At-risk Youth in Israel (November 2 Livestream)
“Strangers in Their Own Land,” with Prof. Arlie Russell Hochschild—CPRC Seminar Series (November 1 Livestream)
The Effects of Adversity on Brain and Behavioral Development—CPRC Seminar Series (October 26 Livestream)
The Power and Possibility of Story—Performance Art & Panel (October 23 Livestream)
Post-Traumatic Growth for Veterans (October 18 Livestream)
Minimum Wage Increases, Wages, and Low-Wage Employment—CPRC Seminar Series (October 5 Livestream)
The Plight of Syrian Refugees: What Are the Top Priorities? (October 5 Facebook LIVE)
The Plight of Syrian Refugees: What are the Top Priorities?
Posted by Columbia University School of Social Work on Thursday, October 5, 2017
End of Life Choices: What Social Workers Should Know (September 7 Livestream)
Harnessing the Power of Emerging Technologies to Tell Race-Related Stories (July 19 Facebook LIVE)
Harnessing the Power of Emerging Technologies to Tell Race-Related Stories
Posted by Columbia University School of Social Work on Wednesday, July 19, 2017
School Social Workers Conference: “Trauma, Terror, and Healing: Turning Empathy into Action” (June 8 Livestream for Keynotes)
New Frontiers in Poverty Research—3rd Annual Conference (May 18 Livestream of Keynotes)
Mass Surveillance and the Making of the Carceral Citizen—Guest Seminar (April 27 Facebook LIVE)
Mass Surveillance and the Making of the Carceral Citizen with Reuben Jonathan Miller, PhD
Posted by Columbia University School of Social Work on Thursday, April 27, 2017
China’s Experiment in Social Welfare: Is It Working?—Book Talk (April 20 Facebook LIVE)
China's Experiment in Social Welfare: Is It Working?
Posted by Columbia University School of Social Work on Thursday, April 20, 2017
Gender Inequality in China (April 6 Livestream)
Effects of the Trump/Ryan Budget on Social Welfare Agencies—Faculty Forum Series
(April 5 Livestream)
Is There Still a European Social Model?—European Institute Seminar (April 3 Livestream)
Looking Inward to Create Sustainable Development—Guest Seminar (March 31 Livestream)
Writing for Justice: Q&A with Marlon Peterson (March 29 Livestream)
Stop and Frisk? A Special Presentation by the Morris Justice Project (March 28 Livestream)
The Trump Administration: The Long View—Faculty Forum (March 22 Livestream)
The Roles of Social Workers in Sustainable Development—World Social Work Day Panel (March 21 Livestream)
Suicide, Cyberbullying & Social Media—2017 Austin Lecture (March 6 Livestream)
Social Work Professors Talk Tech (March 6 Facebook LIVE)
Jonathan Singer, associate professor at the School of Social Work, Loyola University Chicago, visited Columbia University's School of Social Work to deliver a lecture on his current area of research: cyberbullying and suicide in schools. A few hours before, he sat down with full-time CSSW lecturer Elisabeth Counselman-Carpenter for a broader discussion on if social work practices.
Posted by Columbia University School of Social Work on Monday, March 6, 2017