News & Events for December 2003
December 03, 2003
FAU Peace Conference in January
FAU Peace Conference:
In an era when America's security and well-being are directly related to the security and well-being of other countries, it is of utmost importance to understand the nature of conflict in distant regions and the ways that peace can be brought to them. This one-day conference brings together regional experts who will discuss the prospects for peace in the Middle East, Europe and Latin America. High-ranking U. N and U.S. government officials, Mrs.Gillian Martin Sorensen and Ambassador Princeton Lyman, will provide the keynote addresses, explaining the role of the United Nations in bringing peace to troubled regions. Professors with regional expertise will discuss the prospects of bringing peace to troubled regions.
January 8, 2004: Boca Raton Campus, LLS Auditorium
January 9, 2004: Jupiter Campus, Regency Theatre
For more details, click here.
December 10, 2003
Welcome to Mary Clare Swartz, new MSW secretary in our Boca Office, who joins us from Seton hall University's social work program in NJ. Glad to have you aboard!
December 11, 2003
SSW Faculty Positions
The School of Social Work will be expanding in 2004. Academics with a doctorate in social work and at least 2 years of post-MSW clinical social work experience are invited to apply for faculty positions by submitting their resumes to Dr. Woody Hamlin, Search Committee, FAU School of Social Work, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431 (Ph. 561.297.2864). Further information will be posted at www.fau.edu/ssw.
December 11, 2003
Diversity Workshop Series
Please click here for more information.
December 13, 2003
We would like to welcome Cynthia Williams to our social work team. She will be the administrative assistant for our Haitain Parent Education Grant. She will be located in our Boca front office. Please say hello when you are in the office.The News Archives
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