Council on Publications

The Council on Publications (COP) is the force behind the scenes that makes CSWE Press a reality. It is one of three councils in the Commission on Membership and Professional Development. The COP establishes policies for CSWE Press and the Journal of Social Work Education and serves as an editorial board in acquiring publications ideas and assessing the viability of publication proposals. COP’s mission is to develop and implement policy, procedures, and practices that advance the creation and dissemination of knowledge and resources that further excellence in social work professional education. To that end, CSWE Press publishes texts primarily targeted at current and future educators.
 
For example, in March 2017 CSWE Press published Practicing as a Social Work Educator in International Collaboration (Butterfield & Cohen). CSWE Press also distributes the New York University Relational Social Work video series. The most recent DVD is It Takes a Team: Integrating Behavioral Health Into Primary Care Settings.
 
The COP has accepted several manuscripts for publication in 2018, including Teaching Social Work With Digital Technology (Hitchcock, Sage, & Smyth), A Guide for Interprofessional Collaboration (Iachini, Bronstein, & Mellin), Teaching Group Work Content in Social Work Education (Steinberg), and Activating a Teaching–Learning Philosophy: A Practical Guide for Educators (Grise-Owens, Miller, & Owens).
 
 

2017 Health Professions Week

During Health Professions Week (HPW) CSWE recruited local social work students and staff members to chat virtually with more than 50 high school and college students about social work and social work careers. Volunteers also helped create “A Day in the Life” videos, published on CSWE’s YouTube channel and made available to help the 6,000+ HPW participants learn about social work.

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2018 Annual Program Meeting

APM Preliminary Travel Information Available
The 2018 Annual Program Meeting will be held November 8–11 in Orlando, FL. Review Travel and Orlando Highlights to start planning your trip!
 
Select #APM17 Videos Now Available
Unable to attend the Annual Program Meeting (APM) or want to revisit the insights gained during the headlining events? Select 2017 APM videos are now available on CSWE’s YouTube channel!
 
Reserve Your Booth Space Now!
Premium exhibit booth spaces for the 2018 APM are already sold out, and the exhibit hall is filling up quickly. Browse the 2018 APM Prospectus for more information on exhibiting, advertising, and sponsoring at next year’s APM, and be sure to check out our new member-only booth + ad packages!
  

Center for Diversity and Social & Economic Justice

Call for Papers Extended to Jan. 31
Submit your manuscript by January 31, 2018, for a special issue of the Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work titled Advances in Social Work Practice With Multicultural Communities. Submissions will be reviewed as they are received.
 

CSWE Minority Fellowship Program

MFP Doctoral Fellowship Application Now Open
CSWE’s Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) 2018–2019 Doctoral Minority Fellowship Program application period is now open with a deadline of February 28, 2018, at 11:59 pm (EST). Application instructions are posted on the MFP How to Apply page.
 

CSWE News

Just Released: 2016–2017 Annual Report Online!
CSWE’s Annual Report highlights the activities and accomplishments of the organization for a complete fiscal year. The 2016–2017 Annual Report is now available online and shows key indicators in the areas of social work programs, membership, professional development, leadership, centers and initiatives, and administration.
 
The New York Community Trust Awards CSWE $150K
CSWE has been awarded a $150,000 grant from The New York Community Trust, supporting third-cycle efforts in a Policy Practice in Field Education initiative to improve the capacity of social workers to address policy issues. Read the full press release here.
 

Resources for Members

Special Public Health Supplement Published by AJPH
The American Journal of Public Health has recently published a new supplement titled Social Work and Public Health: Charting the Course for Innovation. This publication explores new perspectives and research on the role of social work in public health and is the culmination of the work of several transdisciplinary learning communities convened at the Center for Innovation in Social Work in Health over the past year; read more here.


Members in the News

Gauri Bhattacharya (Jackson State University), former member of CSWE’s Commission on Research, has been elected governing councilor (2017–2019) for the Community Health Planning and Policy Development section of American Public Health Association.  
 

Program Members in the News

UAlbany Supports Statewide Coalition for Homeless Youth
For the fourth year in a row the University at Albany co-hosted the Coalition for Homeless Youth's Annual Conference. Doctoral candidate Amanda Aykanian helped plan the event and was also a presenter. Read the National Center's recent blog post to learn more.

 

Submission Guidelines

External submissions for the Members in the News, Resources, Opportunities for Members, and Events Calendar sections are welcome! View the editorial guidelines for more information. CSWE reserves the right to edit or decide not to publish any item. The content deadline for the next issue is Tuesday, January 9, 2017.
 
CSWE welcomes feedback for CSWE Full Circle.

Upcoming Events

Policy Practice in Field Education Cycle 3 RFP
Online
January 10, 2018
 

CSWE 2018 Summer Leadership Scholarship Program Closes
Online
January 12, 2018

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