News & Announcements
Nov. 2, 2023
Congratulations to several School of Social Work faculty members and Ph.D. students who presented their research at the Council on Social Work Education’s 2023 Annual Program Meeting last month in Atlanta.
This year’s CSWE meeting theme was “It’s Time to Act: Defining and Reckoning with Anti-Racist Social Work Education.” The event featured numerous social work education presentations as well as networking opportunities.
The following Mizzou faculty members and students presented at the meeting:
Anthony Banks, Ph.D. student
Kelli Canada, associate professor
Intersectional Analysis of Race Perceptions in U.S. Prisons from Individuals Previously Incarcerated
MacKenzie Dallenbach, Ph.D. student
Ashley Givens, assistant professor
Beliefs and Attitudes About Improvement: Supervised Women’s Growth During Treatment
Virginia Ramseyer Winter, associate professor
Weight Stigma: Roots in Racism and Absent from Social Work Education
Tasha Childs, assistant professor
“I don’t look at race or ethnicity”: Need for Anti-Racist Social Work in Schools
Unappreciated and Overextended: Exploring Burnout Among Social Work Practitioners and Leaders