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The Katherine A. Kendall Institute for International Social Work Education is pleased to announce the recipients of its first Katherine A. Kendall grant. The Institute received a tremendous response to its call for proposals and was impressed by the large number of high-quality proposals. The top three grantees were selected based on their innovative projects that address a variety of important issues in international social work education. 


Director Maureen Fura and Sacramento’s KVIE Public Television are the recipients of the CSWE Audience Choice Award for their respective documentaries Dark Side of the Full Moon and A New State of Mind: Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness, featured at the CSWE 2015 Film Festival.


Members of the inaugural 2014–2015 Minority Fellowship Program-Youth (MFP-Y) master's fellowship cohort have joined the behavioral health workforce, serving the target population of at-risk, minority children, adolescents, and transition age youths.


The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) is pleased to announce the creation of two innovative initiatives that will advance equity and social justice through social work policy practice. These projects are generously funded through the Fund for Social Policy Education and Practice (FSPEP), which is supported by the Lois and Samuel Silberman Grant Fund of The New York Community Trust.


The Council on Social Work Education’s (CSWE’s) Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) is pleased to announce the second Now is the Time: MFP-Youth Master’s Student Cohort. The fellowship for advanced social work master’s students is funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The fellowship offers financial and other supports to direct-practice focused students who are committed to providing mental health services to at-risk children, adolescents, and young adults aged 16–25 in underserved minority communities. The name and university of each member of the MFP-Youth (MFP-Y) 2015–2016 cohort follows.


​CSWE’s Council on Global Learning and Practice (CGLP) is committed to providing faculty development opportunities for those seeking to expand their knowledge and capacity regarding global and international issues. Expected outcomes include developing courses and establishing a basis for conducting faculty/student service, learning, or research projects consistent with the mission and practices of CSWE. Sponsored trips can be organized by CSWE members with knowledge about the country in question and with prior approval from CGLP. They are then offered to CSWE members whose interests best match the purposes of the trip.


Visit Meet the Fellows to learn about the entire 2015–2016 cohort.


This webinar highlighted the unique ways that social workers can take advantage of the programs and funding provided by the John A. Hartford Foundation’s Change AGEnts Initiative.


As part of a 5-year initiative launched by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) in the United States and the China Association of Social Work Education (CASWE), the Arizona State University’s (ASU) School of Social Work (SSW), among the seven social work schools nationally selected, has entered the 3rd year of its collaboration with social work schools in central China.


This faculty development trip focuses on the role of social work in addressing inequalities to bring about socioeconomic development.

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