Events / Social Work Education, Partisan Politics, and a Global Pandemic

Social Work Education, Partisan Politics, and a Global Pandemic

May 4, 2022
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Part of Our Webinar Series Produced by Leading Macro Social Work Organizations

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Social Work Education, Partisan Politics, and a Global Pandemic: Challenges in Teaching and Strategies for Success
12:30pm — 1:30pm CST 
1:30pm —  2:30pm EST

Social work educators face heightened challenges from the global COVID-19 pandemic, a heated political environment, and civil unrest, requiring them to re-think their classroom design, content, and delivery. The ISP Teaching Institute presents a panel of social work educators to discuss how these challenges have impacted their classrooms and students, and strategies to address them.

Panelists:

Angelique Day, PhD
Associate Professor
University of Washington
School of Social Work

Kristi Law, PhD
Associate Professor
St. Ambrose University
School of Social Work

Chris Martin, PhD
Associate Professor
St. Ambrose University
School of Social Work

Joe Ryan, PhD
Professor
University of Michigan
School of Social Work


SPONSORED BY:
Association for Community Organization and Social Action (ACOSA) 
Clark-Fox Policy Institute of Washington University in St. Louis
Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy (CRISP)
ISP Teaching Institute
Network for Social Work Management
Social Justice Initiative (ISJ)
Special Commission to Advance Macro Social Work Practice

Recordings of all panels available on the Brown School Open Classroom YouTube

Thank you to all our great collaborators!