Wayne State Social Work presenters at the 2020 CSWE Annual Program Meeting

CSWE and WSU Social Work logosThe Council on Social Work Education is hosting their 66th Annual Program Meeting (APM) virtually from November 16 - 20, 2020. This year's meeting of social workers from around the globe will focus on Leading Critical Conversations: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

We at the Wayne State University School of Social Work are committed to developing social work practitioners, conducting research and fostering community engagement focused on urban communities. This commitment results in quality teaching and research that benefits the community, encourages cultural humility, and pays attention to social, economic and environmental justice. We are proud to share the results of our research, student support practices, educational initiatives and community engagement programs with the social work community at the 2020 CSWE APM. 

We encourage you to attend the following sessions hosted by faculty, staff and students of Detroit's Social Work School.


On-Demand Offerings available starting November 16, 2020

On-Demand: Director of Continuing Education and Interprofessional Education and Lecturer Shantalea Johns, et al.
Workshop: Spilling the Tea: Professional Identity Development and Advising Practices in Social Work Education

On-Demand: Director of Continuing Education and Interprofessional Education and Lecturer Shantalea Johns
Paper: Revisiting Our Commitment to BSW Students on Academic probation: implications for Practitioners

On-Demand: Assistant Professor Lisa O'Donnell, et al.
Paper: Advancing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in Social Work for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Monday, November 16, 2020

3:00 pm: Associate Professor and CBHJ Data Director Erin Comartin, CBHJ Data Assistant Edita Milanovic, and Dean Sheryl Kubiak
Paper Session: Mental Health Identification Practices of Jails: Unmet Needs of the ‘silent’ Population

3:30 pm: PhD Candidate and Evaluation Project Manager Danielle Hicks, Associate Professor and CBHJ Data Director Erin Comartin and Dean Sheryl Kubiak
Oral Presentation: Coordinating Mental Health Care upon Community Reentry: Results from a County Jail


Wednesday, November 18, 2020

3:00 pm: Behavioral Health Workforce and Education Training (BHWET) Program Coordinator Kristi Andreski Price, et al.
Panel Workshop: Workforce Diversity in Behavioral Health: Statewide Collaborations in Education and Training

4:00 pm: Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Anwar Najor-Durack, Associate Professor Joy Ernst, and Center for Social Work Research Associate Director Neva Nahan
Interactive Workshop: Students with criminal involvement backgrounds: Responses to foster equity, inclusion, and justice

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