CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA
Professor and Director of the Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health Vincent Guilamo-Ramos gave the keynote presentation at “Prevention Across the Spectrum, a Rural Border Intervention Conference,” hosted by Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas on June 8th.
On April 18th, Professor Deborah K. Padgett gave the keynote address at Barry University School of Social Work's Doctoral Symposium: “An Intellectual Discourse for Students Conducting Advanced Research” in Miami Shores, FL.
On September 21st, McSilver Professor of Poverty Studies and Director of the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research Michael A. Lindsey joined Deepak Chopra, New York City Council Member Robert Cornegy, and other distinguished panelists in a Facebook Live conversation, co-sponsored by the institute, on the intersection of violence and public health.
Clinical Assistant Professor Kirk A. James was a panelist at NYU Washington, DC’s Weissberg Forum for Discourse in the Public Square on Criminal Justice Reform in Washington, DC on April 24th.
Clinical Assistant Professor and Katherine and Howard Aibel Executive-in-Residence Linda Lausell Bryant was a panelist at the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy's Policy & Politics Forum on “Social Work and Civic Engagement in the Trump Era” in Washington, DC on March 8th.
Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director James I. Martin served on a panel on social justice at the United States Military Academy and West Point Association of Graduates’ West Point Diversity Leadership Conference at West Point on March 23rd.
McSilver Professor of Poverty Studies and Director of the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research Michael A. Lindsey presented his research on suicide among Black boys at a September 6th community forum on suicide among Latina and Black male youth that the institute convened in Harlem with social services agency Comunilife, Inc.