News & Events for April 2005
April 05, 2005
Scholarships for BSW students
Sallie Mae Fund Scholarships for Students who are African American, Low Income, or Children of the Victims of the 911 Terrorist Attacks
Earlier this week CSWE Executive Director Julia Watkins and Office of Social Work Accreditation Director Dean Pierce met with Sallie Mae Fund President Kathleen deLaski to talk about funding for social work students. At the meeting they learned about four funding resources for undergraduate students sponsored by Project Access, Sallie Mae’s community-based initiative to help students and families afford the cost of higher education and ensure funding is not a barrier to access.
The ‘Sallie Mae Fund’s First in My Family’ scholarship program for Latino undergraduate students was detailed in a previous email.
The ‘Sallie Mae Fund American Dream’ scholarship program is for African American undergraduate students with financial need. The scholarship was established in partnership with the United Negro College Fund, Inc. (UNCF). Scholarships range from $500 to $5,000.
Eligible Students must: be a US citizen; be of African-American descent; demonstrate financial need; be a high school senior or graduate planning to enroll or a student already enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited postsecondary institution; and, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale). Applications are due April 15, 2005.
The ‘Sallie Mae Fund Unmet Need’ scholarship program is for undergraduate students from low-income families who struggle to pay the difference between the cost of college and their financial aid package. This scholarship is administered by Scholarship Management Services, a department of Scholarship America. Scholarships range from $1,000 to $3,800 and will be made payable to the school on behalf of the student and are intended to supplement, rather than substitute for, aid received from an institution.
Eligible students must: be a US citizen; have a family adjusted gross income for calendar year 2004 of $30,000 or less; demonstrate unmet financial need of at least $1,000 after the financial aid award package has been determined; be a high school senior or graduate planning to enroll or a student already enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited postsecondary institution; and have a cumulative GPA between 2.5 and 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or GED average test score between 42 and 52. Applications are due May 31, 2005. See the web address below for more information
The ‘Sallie Mae 911 Education Fund’ scholarship program is for children of parents who were killed or permanently disabled in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Eligible students must: be children of parents who were killed or permanently disabled as a result of the terrorist attacks; and be enrolled as full-time undergraduate students at approved accredited institutions. Scholarship awards are available up to $2,500 per applicant per school year and may be renewed on an annual academic basis subject to satisfactory academic progress. The application deadline is open.
Applications for these scholarships are available online at http://www.thesalliemaefund.org/projectaccess/need.html.
April 1, 2005
Lisa Weidekamp, M.S.W.
Council on Social Work Education
April 8, 2005
Recent Social Work Titles in FAU Library
SOCIAL WORK TITLES
New/Recent at the S.E. Wimberly Library,
Boca Raton Campus
Advanced social work practice: an integrative, multilevel approach.
HV40 .D967 2004
African-American social workers and social policy.
Tricia Bent-Goodley, ed.
HV3181 .A374 2003
Assessing children’s needs and circumstances: the impact of the assessment framework.
Hedy Cleaver, et al.
HV751 .A6 C5 2004
Caregiver alliances for at-risk and dangerous youth: establishing school and agency coordination and accountability.
Elaine A. Blechman, et al.
HV1431 .C37 2004
The changing face of health care social work: professional practice in managed behavioral health care.
Sophia F. Dziegielewski
HV687.5 U5 D95 2004
Child and family assessment in social work practice.
HV697 .H65 2004
Child welfare revisited: an Africentric perspective.
Joyce E. Everett, et al
HV3181 .C485 2004
Client violence in social work practice: prevention, intervention, and research.
Christina E. Newhill
HV 40.8 U6 N48 2003
Culturally competent public child welfare practice.
HV741 .S26 2003
Developing cross-cultural competence: a guide for working with children and their families.
Eleanor W. Lynch, et al
HV888.5 .D48 2004
Essential law for social workers
Robert G. Madden
KF390 .S6 M33 2003
Ethics, accountability, and the social professions.
HV 10.5 B32 2004
Evaluating social work services and programs.
Robert W. Weinbach
HV40 .W39 2005
Face to face with children: the life and work of Clare Winnicott.
Joel Kanter, ed.
HV40.32 .W57 F33 2004
From charity to social work: Mary E. Richmond and the creation of an American profession.
Elizabeth N. Agnew
HV40.32 .R55 A45 2004
From the front lines: student cases in social work ethics.
Juliet Cassuto Rothman
HV 43 .R69 2004
Generalist social work practice: an empowering approach.
Miley, Karla Krogsrud, et al.
HV40 .M5223 2004
Gerontological social work: a task-centered approach.
Matthias J. Naleppa, et al
HV1461 .N313 2003
Group work with adolescents: principles and practice.
HV1421 .M35 2004
Handbook of preventive interventions for children and adolescents.
Lisa A. Rapp-Pglicci, et al.
Handbook of social work with groups
Charles D. Garvin, et al.
HV45 .H26 2004
Health related counseling with families of diverse cultures: family, health and cultural competencies.
Ruth P. Cox
RC455.4 .F3 C69 2003
Helping in child protective services: a competency-based casework handbook.
Charmaine Brittain, et al.
Hv741 .H45 2004
Improving the effectiveness of the helping professions: an evidence-based approach to practice.
Morley D. Glicken
RC466 .G56 2004
Managing front line practice in social care.
HV40 .M37 2003
Mass trauma and violence: helping families and children cope.
Nancy Boyd Webb
RC552 .P67 M363 2004
The policy-based profession: an introduction to social welfare policy analysis for social workers.
Philip R. Popple, et al
HV91 .P677 2003
Professional ideologies and preferences in social work: a global study.
Idit Weiss, et al
HV11 .P7295 2003
Psychodynamic social work.
Jerrold R. Brandell
HV689 .B68 2004
Reflecting on social work-discipline and profession.
HV245 .R33 2004
The role of law in social work practice.
Theodore J. Stein
KF3721 .S74 2004
School social work: skills and interventions for effective practice.
David R. Dupper
LB3013.4 .D86 2003
Social work and empowerment.
HV245 .A66 2003
Social work and social justice: a structural approach to practice.
HV40 .L94 2004
Social work, critical reflection, and the learning organization.
Nick Gould, et al
HV11 .S5873 2004
Social work: theory and practice for a changing profession.
HV1431 .S86 2004
Social work malpractice and liability: strategies for prevention.
Frederic G. Reamer
KF3721 .R43 2003
Social work practice across disability.
Juliet C. Rothman
HV1552 .R68 2003
Successful prevention and youth development programs: across borders.
HV1431 .S86 2004
Support groups for older people who have been abused: Beyond Existing.
HV6626.3 .P76 2003
Understanding families: approaches to diversity, disability, and risk.
Marci J. Hanson, et al.
HV697 .H35 2003
April 14, 2005
Community Service Award
Congratulations to Dr. Cecilia Campoverde for winning the TIAA-CREF Faculty Award in the area of community service.
April 14, 2005
MSW Field Information Session
ATTENTION MSW STUDENTS
FIELD PLACEMENT INFORMATION SESSION
If you have not already done so, please attend one of the following sessions if you are scheduled to be an MSW Field student Fall 2005:
Room SR209, Friday April 22, 2005
MSW Concentration Session 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM MSW Foundation Session 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Room GS111, Saturday April 30, 2005
MSW Concentration session 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM MSW Foundation session 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Room LA139, Friday, May 13, 2005
MSW Concentration session 2:30 PM to 3:15 PM MSW Foundation session 3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Please attend ASAP in order to expedite your field placement.
If you require any further information, please contact Pat Rowland, Director of Field Education, firstname.lastname@example.org 561-799-8348The News Archives
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