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December 5, 2011
Bulletins Found: 17
1. SCOPE Monthly Planning Meeting -- 12/8
Join us on Thursday, December 8 for SCOPE's monthly planning meeting. All are welcome to attend. We will continue to plan upcoming events and discuss new ideas....More
2. Lunch Time Research Seminar -- Parenting Skills Interventions - 12/8
Lunch Time Research Seminar -- Engaging Families of Young Children in Parenting Skills Interventions: Lessons from The Chicago Parent Program...More
3. SSW Sustainability Committee Meeting -- 12/9
Join social work students, faculty, and staff in discussion and action around environmental sustainability at the University of Maryland and local communities....More
4. Anti-Trafficking Advocate and Mentor Program -- 12/8
Become a mentor or advocate for a survivor of sex trafficking....More
5. Geriatric Interest Group Lecture - 12/7
Advance Directives and MOLST -- Medical Orders for Life-sustaining Treatment...More
6. International Social Work Organization (ISWO) Last Meeting of the Semester -- 12/6
The ISWO will be having our last meeting of the semester to go over next year's events. Please join us on December 6....More
7. Financial Coaching Opportunity -- 12/10
Help someone achieve their financial goals while developing your coaching skills! Members of the SSW Financial Social Work Initiative (FSWI) are partnering with the Baltimore CASH Campaign to recruit and train volunteers for the CASH Coach Program....More
8. Sun, Soil, and Soul at Boordy Vineyards --12/9
Boordy Vineyards is Maryland's oldest family-run winery. Established in 1945, Boordy is owned by the R.B. Deford family and is situated on their 230-acre farm in Baltimore County's countryside. Join us for a wine tasting and hear the history of this ...More
9. Stress Free Zone, Monday 12/5
Take a break from studying with the Wellness Hub! We'll be offering 10-minute seated massages for students during Monday's lunch time. It's first come, first served and massages are limited so make sure to come early to set your appointment!...More
10. Are You Interested in Public Child Welfare Practice? Info Sessions: 12/5 & 12/6
The Title IV-E Education for Public Child Welfare Program provides field placements in public child welfare agencies, training seminars, and financial stipends for social work students preparing for a career in this challenging but rewarding area....More
11. TODAY: Professor Sharp to Moderate "WHO'S AFRAID OF POST-BLACKNESS?"

WHO'S AFRAID OF POST-BLACKNESS? WHAT IT MEANS TO BE BLACK NOW: December 5, 2011 -- 7:30 p.m. -- Enoch Pratt Free Library, Wheeler Auditorium, 400 Cathedral Street

With guests Toure and Michael Eric Dyson -- Moderated by Professor Tanya Sharp...More

12. TIKKUN Planning Meeting - 12/5
On Monday, December 5 TIKKUN will be hosting a planning meeting with a FREE Bagel Lunch! We will be discussing social action projects, holiday initiatives, and new leadership opportunities....More
13. Field Placement Opportunities for Advanced Clinical Aging and Advanced Clinical Health Students
Eight field placement opportunities (with stipends) are available at the Keswick Multi-Care Center and at Union Memorial Medical Center for Advanced Clinical Aging or Advanced Clinical Health Students....More
14. Study break Hosted by Alumni Association -- 12/6
Study break hosted by Alumni Association on Monday, December 5 in the SSW lobby. Please join us!...More
15. UM Caravan Shuttle Service
The Caravan is a free shuttle bus service that safely transports students, faculty, and staff around campus and to and from several nearby neighborhoods. Please make note that weekend service has been reimplemented....More
16. F-1 Employment Workshop -- 12/9
This workshop is designed to provide information to F-1 students regarding employment benefits they are eligible for, how to apply, and timing issues. Attendees are provided an opportunity to ask questions regarding the process....More
17. Are You Interested in Public Child Welfare Practice? Info Sessions: 12/5 & 12/6
The Title IV-E Education for Public Child Welfare Program provides field placements in public child welfare agencies, training seminars, and financial stipends for social work students preparing for a career in this challenging but rewarding area....More