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Common Day

Fall 2013 Common Day for Advanced Concentration MSW students will take place on Monday, October 28. Please note that Common Day is a mandatory event and students are excused from their field internships for the day.

Fall 2013 Programming

  • Mental Health and the Military: The Soldiers Project
  • Foster Care Youth and Aging out of Care
  • Cumulative Trauma and Relational Competence
  • Alumni Panel: Life After Graduation and the Job Search
  • Evidence-based Psychosocial Therapies in Schizophrenia & Bipolar Disorder
  • YAI / National Institute for People with Disabilities "In My Shoes” Group
  • Integrating Imagery As a Life Skill
  • A Year Since Sandy: Reflecting Back and Moving Forward, a Social Work Perspective
  • Loan Forgiveness for Social Workers
  • URI PALS (People and Animals Living Safely)
  • International Social Work Jobs
  • Gun Violence in America: Guns and Mental Health & Working with Survivors and Families of Victims
  • The Nutritional, Medical and Psychological Effects of Eating Disorders
  • Navigating the Path to Your License
  • LGBT Rights Advocacy: Working for Structural Change
  • Immigrant and Refugee Rights
  • PRESS: Power for Rank and File Employees in the Social Services
  • McSilver Institute: Poverty Discussion with Short Films on Global Poverty
  • Senior Housing: Platform for Service Delivery for Aging Immigrants
  • @SilverCPD and Beyond
  • Working With LGBTQ Youth: Best Practices

What is Common Day?

Common Day is a student-organized conference designed to explore a wide variety of professional interests and career development issues. The Graduate Student Association leads the event with the help of NYU Silver student groups, the office of Field Learning and Community Partnerships, and Student Affairs.