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IASWG Symposium
The International Association for Social Work with Groups, Inc. (IASWG) will host its annual symposium on June 4th through the 7th of 2015 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. [...]
Success for the Department's 2014 Volunteer and Career Fair
On Wednesday, September 17th the Social Work Department hosted the much anticipated Volunteer/Career fair! Every fall the Social Work Department, in partnership with local agencies and partners, puts this event on as a way for students to connect with community collaborators on a professional basis. [...]
Department of Social Work Faculty & Staff Accept ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge
The Department of Social Work Faculty and Staff were recently challenged by Laurie Messinger of UNCW to complete the ALS ice bucket challenge. Dr. Karen Bullock, Head of the Department of Social Work, accepted the challenge along with faculty members Kim Andreaus, Allen Ellis, Dr. Willa Casstevens, and Dr. Jodi Hall. [...]
NC State's MSW Program Ranked 16th in Affordability
An article in the online resource Social Work Degree Guide lists NC State University as number 16 among the most affordable MSW programs in the United States. [...]

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Social Work News

CHASS Student of the Month

The Department of Social Work recognizes Kim Thanh Vu for being awarded the CHASS Student of the Month for the month of October. Kim, a senior in the BSW program from Charlotte, has been recognized for her involvement in the community as well as her  performance in the classroom.  Upon receiving this prestigious honor, Kim encouraged incoming students be themselves and [...]

An article posted in the Technician this past Wednesday discusses the installment of a new organization on campus titled "The Collegiate Recovery Community." It is an organization that is open to students recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. It is also open to people with eating disorders and ones who are suffering from self-harm issues.  Meetings are held every Tuesday [...]