Florida Substance Use Disorder Symposium: Health Equity and Social Justice: April 8

Join the Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families, and Children for a one-day symposium on Substance Use Disorders (SUD), featuring keynote speaker Corey Best, founder of Mining for Gold, a platform for social institution leaders to think, stretch, and grow with fellow community leaders who have experienced systems of oppression first-hand, in order to curate community experiences that shape new ways of thinking within complex systems.

The Florida Higher Education Substance Use Disorder Consortium is a multi-university project led by FSU and the National Association of Social Work, Florida Chapter (NASW-FL) and Citrus Health Network, Inc. to develop a science-informed curriculum concentrated on substance use disorder and co-occurring mental disorders.

Attendees will receive a free book, The Opioid Fix: America's Crisis and the Solution They Don't Want You to Have by Barbara Andraka-Christou.


Register at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fl-substance-use-disorder-symposium-health-equity-and-social-justice-tickets-256074264017

Social Work Month:
The College of Social Work is celebrating Social Work Month and Women’s History Month with a lineup of events and activities. The remaining events include:

Crafting Day – March 22
Trailblazing Social Justice in Social Work: Monticello “Moni” Campbell – March 24

FLORIDA INSTITUTE FOR CHILD WELFARE 2022 SYMPOSIUM: MAY 9

Join the Florida Institute for Child Welfare (FICW) as we explore how to promote workforce resilience for child welfare professionals in the time of the great resignation. Keynote lectures and workshops will cover topics related to preparation, recruitment and onboarding; holistic well-being of workers; workforce support; and organizational efforts. Learn from and network with experts and leaders in child welfare from across the state and country.


Learn more and register at here.

FSU Graduation Drop-In Event, April 29
May 9 Symposium

The FSU College of Social Work is pleased to announce  Dr. Craig Stanley, Teaching Professor and long-time faculty member at the college will serve as Interim Dean. The college is also pleased to announce that Keithen Mathis will serve as the first Assistance Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the college.

FL Substance Use Disorder Symposium

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GRADUATION DROP-IN EVENT: APRIL 29

The College of Social Work will welcome its spring 2022 graduates and their guests to a drop-in event at the College of Social Work on Friday, April 29th from 12-2 pm.

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School Website: 
http://csw.fsu.edu/