As part of this NYU Silver School of Social Work academic conference, six outstanding MSW students will give presentations on how to “walk the talk” and incorporate social justice and diversity into direct practice.
The Silver School of Social Work at New York University will present a full-day conference entitled “Walking the Talk: Bringing Social Justice & Diversity to Direct Practice,” featuring presentations by six outstanding MSW students.
The event, funded under an NYU Silver Social Justice & Diversity Grant, begins at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, April 3 at NYU Silver Center of Arts and Science (Hemmerdinger Hall), 31 Washington Pl., New York, N.Y.
As part of this academic conference, MSW students selected from nearly two dozen applications will give presentations on how to “walk the talk” and incorporate social justice and diversity into direct practice. They include: Anika Carter, Terrence Coffie, Fengtao Huang, Kya Richards, Aaron Rodwin, and Rachel Shin.
Space is limited, and registration is required. To register, visit the conference registration page.