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Coverdell Fellowship Brings Former Peace Corps Volunteers to NYU Silver

Feb 1, 2017
In September 2016, NYU enrolled its first cohort in the NYU Peace Corps Coverdell Fellowship Program, which offers a select group of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers leadership development programming and financial support while pursuing a master's degree. NYU Silver is one of seven NYU graduate schools participating in the fellowship and was pleased to welcome Coverdell Fellows Anita Virmani and Emily Hehmeyer to its MSW program.
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Dr. Michelle R. Munson to Test Meta-Intervention to Help Young Adults Get the Most Out of their Mental Health Care

Promising approach aimed at “changing the narrative” around mental health care receives $700,000 federal grant for randomized trial.
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Silver School MSW Students Present at Intercultural, Interdisciplinary Behavioral Health Conference

On December 6, 2016, three second-year MSW students in the Silver School’s Buenos Aires Semester Abroad program presented at a conference on “Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Interdisciplinary Clinical and Community Approaches in Buenos Aires and New York,” that was hosted by Centro de Vida, an community-based outpatient addiction treatment center in Buenos Aires.
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  • New Course Underscores Role of Cultural and Structural Factors in Global Health

    Mar 20, 2017
    In the 2017 spring semester, NYU Silver introduced an innovative, graduate-level elective. “Anthropological Perspectives in Global Health,” that emphasizes the synergy between global social work and medical anthropology.
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  • Meet MSW Students and Social Entrepreneurs Adina Lichtman and Terrance Coffie

    Mar 13, 2017
    Adina Lichtman and Terrance Coffie, both of whom earned their BS from NYU Silver in May 2016 and will graduate from the School’s Advanced Standing MSW program in May 2017, are social entrepreneurs. As an NYU sophomore in November 2014, Adina established Knock Knock Give a Sock, a non-profit organization that facilitates the collection and distribution of socks to people experiencing homelessness. The following year, in partnership with Terrance, she began organizing periodic “Meet Your Neighbor” dinners to bring together people who are experiencing homelessness with those who are not in order to foster discussion and reduce the stigma associated with homelessness. Adina and Terrance recently sat down with NYU Silver’s Office of Communications to talk about their efforts.
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  • NYU Silver Celebrates Social Work Month

    Mar 1, 2017
    March is Social Work Month in the United States and this year’s theme is “Social Workers Stand Up” in recognition of the role social workers play serving, advocating for, and empowering millions of Americans each day. NYU Silver is marking the occasion by endorsing the National Association of Social Workers’ (NASW) Social Work Month proclamation and sponsoring a series of events throughout the month of March that celebrate and advance the profession.
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  • Dr. Robert L. Hawkins Appointed to NASEM Gulf Research Program Review Panel

    Feb 28, 2017
    Dr. Robert L. Hawkins has been selected by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Gulf Research Program to serve on a peer review panel for its 2017 Research-Practice grants competition.
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  • Dr. Carol Tosone Promotes Counseling Education and the Social Work Profession in Afghanistan

    Feb 22, 2017
    NYU Silver Professor and Director of the DSW Program in Clinical Social Work Dr. Carol Tosone recently returned from eight days in Afghanistan where she advised faculty at Kabul University and Herat University as part of a USAID-funded project to improve the quality of their counseling education.
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  • Dr. Michelle R. Munson to Participate in Invitation-Only Inter-Disciplinary Convening on Reducing Recidivism during the Transition to Adulthood at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government

    Feb 21, 2017
    NYU Silver School of Social Work Associate Professor Dr. Michelle R. Munson has been invited by the Council of State Governments Justice Center and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government to present and facilitate discussion at a first-of-its-kind convening of inter-disciplinary, cross-system stakeholders focused on reducing inequalities and improving outcomes for young adults in the justice system.
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  • Dr. Michelle R. Munson to Test Meta-Intervention to Help Young Adults Get the Most Out of their Mental Health Care

    Feb 3, 2017
    Promising approach aimed at “changing the narrative” around mental health care receives $700,000 federal grant for randomized trial.
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  • Coverdell Fellowship Brings Former Peace Corps Volunteers to NYU Silver

    Feb 1, 2017
    In September 2016, NYU enrolled its first cohort in the NYU Peace Corps Coverdell Fellowship Program, which offers a select group of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers leadership development programming and financial support while pursuing a master's degree. NYU Silver is one of seven NYU graduate schools participating in the fellowship and was pleased to welcome Coverdell Fellows Anita Virmani and Emily Hehmeyer to its MSW program.
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  • NYU Silver Mourns the Passing of Dr. Gerald Landsberg

    Jan 3, 2017
    NYU Silver School of social Work is deeply saddened by the unexpected but peaceful death of Professor Gerald Landsberg on Saturday, December 31, 2016. Dr. Landsberg, who joined the NYU Silver faculty in 1991, was a valued colleague and key contributor to the Silver School of Social Work, to NYU, and to the broader New York City community.
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  • Meet US Marine Corps Veteran Richard Arroyo, MSW ‘16

    Dec 20, 2016
    Tell us about yourself: I grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn in public housing, and attended public schools. I served in US Marine Corps from 1988 – 1992. I am Puerto Rican, which has shaped my experience. Reflecting on my past, I feel blessed to have been at NYU and am excited about my career. I work as a Community Coordinator at the NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS). I am so happy to be the father of an amazing daughter. She is my greatest motivation in life, and I love her more each and every day.
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