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Silver School of Social Work Launches 50th Anniversary Website

May 3, 2010

The Silver School of Social Work launched a new website this week that celebrates the School’s 50th anniversary. Visit the website at: .

The website offers a look at the School’s history through an interactive timeline of photos and videos. The work of students, alumni, and faculty are featured in profiles in the News and Stories section.

There are several ways for members of the Silver School community to participate in this year’s celebration. An up-to-date calendar of celebratory events happening this year is posted online, and alumni may submit their own photos and stories about the Silver School. The site also highlights the School’s 50th Anniversary Scholarship Fund.

The website will be updated throughout the year with new content, including profiles and articles about events, as well as video clips.

Type: Press Release

Press Contact: Robert Polner | (212) 998-2337

Silver School of Social Work Launches 50th Anniversary Website

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