2022 Hokenstad International Lecture
The Hokenstad International Lecture series was launched in 2007 through an endowment from M. C. “Terry” Hokenstad, a former president and long-time member of CSWE. This lecture is always given during the CSWE Annual Program Meeting (APM). The program serves to enhance and complement the work of the Katherine A. Kendall Institute for International Social Work Education as well as CSWE's Commission on Global Social Work Education.
The CSWE Commission on Global Social Work Education reviews all submissions. It selects each year’s lecturer based on the nominee’s body of scholarly work that enhances and complements the work of the Katherine A. Kendall Institute for International Social Work and the work of CSWE’s Commission on Global Social Work Education, using the following criteria:
- The nominee’s accomplishments promote standards of excellence for international work that are consistent with the values of social work education, research, and practice.
- The nominee has developed innovative international content in social work education or a related field and has published educational materials for internationalizing the curriculum.
- The nominee has demonstrated success with the implementation of programs and initiatives that facilitated collaboration in the global social work community.
- The nominee has advanced theory and practice for global social work education.
- The nominee demonstrates a connection to the 68th CSWE APM conference theme, "Leading Critical Conversations: Human Rights Are Global Rights."
Consideration will be given to regional, gender, racial, and ethnic diversity.
All nomination submissions should include the following:
- Nominator and nominee information
- Proposed topic for lecture (limited to 12 words)
- A letter indicating how the nominee meets selection criteria, specifically, how the nominee's international accomplishments are consistent with the values of social work education, research, and practice (maximum of 2 pages)
- Nominee's current curriculum vitae
- A YouTube link to an example of the nominee speaking publicly
The call for nominations will open on March 28, 2022 and close on May 9, 2022.
Nominations must be submitted through the Submittable Online Form. Please note that the application will require you to complete form fields and upload a letter and your nominee's CV. E-mailed or incomplete nominations will not be accepted.
|2021||The Republic of Congo||Abye Tasse|
|2019||Italy||Annamaria Campanini (PowerPoint Slides)|
|2018||Trinidad & Tobago||Innette Cambridge|
|2015||South Africa||Vishanthie Sewpaul|
|2013||South Africa||Stefanus Snyman|
|2012||Singapore||Tan Ngoh Tiong|
|2009||South Africa||Fikile N. M. Mazibuko|