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Social Work senior Ashlynn Chavis and her Monarch teammates traveled to the NCAA Championships for Outdoor Track and Field on May 23.
Ashlynn Chavis on WRAL (YouTube)
Congratulations to Princess Mercer for being named 2011-2012 Outstanding Senior and Maren Comfort for being named the winner of the 2011-2012 Deborah Murray Award.
Conratulations to Nancy May for being named the 2012 Toby Brown Award Winner by the NASW - NC Chapter. Click below to read the press release:
Congratulations to Ashlyn Chavis for being named the NCAA Division III Field Athlete of the Year for 2011.
Congratulations to Dr. Carla Fagan, whose article "Lived Experiences: Hemodialysis and Adherence" will appear in the Winter issue of The Journal of Nephrology Social Work, due out on 1/20/12.
Dr. George Hendricks published the article "The Academic Effect of Homelessness: An Important Role for School Social Workers" in the Septmeber 2011 edition of the School Social Work Journal.
Congratulations to Nancy May for being named the December 2011 Sam Edwards award winner. The Sam Edwards award is presented to the outstanding MU at Night student. The winner is determined by a secret vote of the faculty.
Congratulations to Professors Deborah Murray and George Hendricks, whose article "A Collaborative Project to Achieve Title Protection in NC" was published in The New Social Worker Online. Click here to go to the article.
Congratulations to Jessica Wells for being named the 2010 Sam Edwards Award recipient. The Sam Edwards award is presented to the outstanding MU@Night student. The winner is determined by a secret vote of the faculty.
Congratulations to Cindy Petithomme for being featured in the following article in the Fayetteville Observer. Click here to go to the article.
The Department received the prestigious Advocate of the Year award from the North Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
The Council on Accreditation (CSWE) voted to reaffirm the program's accreditation for eight years, ending February 2017.