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Wednesday 10/22/2014
Social Enterprise Breakfast TODAY
Summary:

Join us Wednesday, October 22nd from 7:30 am-9:00 am for the seventeenth installment of SocEnt Breakfast at Lexington Market!

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International Social Work Organization Meeting- Wednesday, October 29th from 5-6pm
Summary:

Please join us for the ISWO meeting on Wednesday, October 29th from 5-6 pm. We will have a guest speaker from the Esperanza Center come discuss the work they do and how students can get involved. Room info coming soon. Food will be provided.

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NSWM Halloween Happy Hour
Summary:

Join The Baltimore Chapter of the Network for Social Work Management for a Halloween Happy Hour. Thursday October 30th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the Union Jack of Columbia.

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Fixing foster care: 'Where do I belong?'
Summary:

Richard Barth of the School of Social Work was quoted in the Spokesman-Review article "Fixing foster care: 'Where do I belong?'

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Somali Rape Epidemic by African Union
Summary:

7 Countries: Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Burundi, Djibouti and police force from Sierra Leon and Nigeria all deployed in Somalia. RAPE CATASTROPHE IN SOMALIA. Event bringing awareness and writing letters to rape survivors 10/23/ 11-1 SMC 115. Food served.

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Information Sessions on FSWI Scholarship/Fellowship Opportunities on Oct. 30, 5-6, and Nov. 3, 12-1
Summary:

Interested in financial social work practice? Two information sessions will be offered on Financial Social Work Initiative (FSWI)scholarship/fellowship opportunities for 2015-16 on Thurs., October 30, 5-6 in 3E29B, and on Mon., November 3, 12-1 in 2E10.

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Moral and Ethical Leadership
Summary:

Moral and Ethical Leadership Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 | noon - 1 p.m. SMC CC, Room 351 Discuss the value of ethical leadership and learn techniques to help us handle ethical dilemmas.

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How to Craft an Argument
Summary:

Though important, no amount of grammatical correctness can cover up a shoddy idea; a well-crafted argument is the basis of successful and persuasive writing. This workshop will address the fundamentals of analyzing and crafting arguments.

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IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE SPRING 2015 SEMESTER - INCLUDING REGISTRATION DATES
Summary:

Important dates and information for the SPRING 2015 Semester, including when registration for spring occurs, can be found here.

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