Awards

Apply for Awards

The application cycles for all CSWE commission and council awards for the 2022 Annual Program Meeting (APM) will follow the same schedule.

Depending on the criteria, the awards may be open to CSWE nonmembers or prospective presenters at APM. All applications must be submitted through the online Submittable form by Friday, May 6, at 11:59 PM (ET). Please note that each award has different requirements. E-mailed or incomplete nominations will not be accepted.

   

The links below will direct you to the description of each award.
 
2-QTPOC Social Work Impact Award    

Council on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (CSOGIE)

Council on Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity (CRECD)

This award recognizes and honors an outstanding midcareer or senior social work scholar who has made significant and outstanding contributions to the field of social work through research or education in the topical areas that affect two-spirit, queer, and trans people of color (2-QTPOC) communities. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

CSOGIE Scholarship Award

Council on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (CSOGIE)

The award recognizes scholarship that contributes to knowledge about sexual orientation and gender identity and expression; the individual and systemic issues associated with these topics; the development of social work curriculum materials and faculty growth opportunities relevant to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression; and the experiences of individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and/or two-spirit. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

Community Partnership Action Award    

Commission for Diversity and Social and Economic Justice

This award honors the contributions of schools and departments of social work and social work students (BSW, MSW, PhD, or DSW) in advancing community partnership action. A community is broadly defined as a self-organized network of people with a common agenda, cause, or interest and is not limited by physical location. An invitation to apply is extended to all CSWE accredited social work programs and social work students. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

CORSW Community Impact Award    

Council on the Role and Status of Women in Social Work Education (CORSW)

This award recognizes community praxis that is shaped through the process of social work education and exemplifies the values of feminist leadership models in social work education. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

CORSW Feminist Manuscript Award    
CORSW Feminist Scholar Award    

Council on the Role and Status of Women in Social Work Education (CORSW)

These awards annually name feminist scholar and manuscript awardees (formerly the Feminist Scholarship Honoree and Awardee) who have advanced feminist knowledge as it pertains to social work theory, research, practice, policy, and education. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

CORSW Violence Against Women and Children Manuscript Award  

Council on the Role and Status of Women in Social Work Education (CORSW)
 
The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding scholarship of early career social work educators who most advance feminist knowledge regarding violence against women and children. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

CRECD Award    

Council on Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Diversity (CRECD)

This award recognizes doctoral students and junior faculty members with outstanding scholarship in the areas of racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity in social work education. Two awards will be given to doctoral students or junior faculty members (faculty members who have completed a doctorate within the last 7 years). View eligibility criteria and more information here.

Disability Manuscript Award    

Council on Disability and Person With Disabilities (CDPD)

This award recognizes scholarship that contributes to knowledge about disability; full participation of persons with disabilities; social, political, and economic issues related to disability and persons with disabilities; and social work education curriculum materials focused on disability and persons with disabilities. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

Partners in Advancing International Education (PIE) Award (Individual, Organization, and Student)    

Commission on Global Social Work Education (CGSWE)

This award honors the contribution of social work faculty members, social work students (BSW, MSW, or PhD), and organizations as partners in advancing education for international social work. The PIE Awards are given in recognition of conceptual, curricular, and programmatic innovations in education for international social work. View eligibility criteria and more information here.

Awards Criteria

Applicants/nominees do not need to be a member of CSWE





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