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Social Work Month begins on March 1 and marks an extraordinary milestone for the social work profession. We began our collective COVID-19 journey in March 2020. As a profession uniquely equipped to mitigate crisis, we were immediately thrust into the national spotlight when public conversations turned to the intersection of law enforcement and emergency mental health services, widespread demand for and access to virtual therapy, student and family well-being during school closures and, most recently, vaccine public education. Read more.
In a new video, Iris Carlton-LaNey, professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work and social welfare historian, and Tanya Smith Brice, CSWE vice president of education, highlight iconic Black leaders who dedicated their efforts to improving the quality of life for others. These men and women left a profound “legacy of leadership and change” that is not often taught in social work programs. Read more.
In recognition of Black History Month, the Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE) has compiled a new collection of articles by Black authors with a focus on race/racism, oppression, social justice, and related topics. Read more.
Convened in 2020, CSWE's Task Force to Advance Anti-Racism in Social Work Education presented initial recommendations to improve social work education and prepare students to dismantle racism in their social work practice.
With the new COVID-19 vaccines, our country has a critical tool for fighting the global pandemic that has devastated many communities, especially those already in need of better access to quality health care. However, a new administration and highly effective vaccines cannot address all the challenges facing our nation. Read more
CSWE will collect, publish, and share content on the theme of Social Work Month with our members and on social media as we celebrate and reflect on social work education throughout March.
CSWE and NASW welcome the new representatives and senators of the 117th Congress.  
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) welcomes the inauguration of Joe Biden as our 46th president and the historic inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday. This inauguration marks an opportunity to set ambitious goals to work with the administration to advance social work education and improve access to higher education. The inauguration ceremonies also remind us of the challenges our nation faces and the work needed to overcome racism and injustice.
CSWE recently welcomed Tanya Smith Brice, PhD, MSW as the vice president of education. Smith Brice brings extensive leadership and expertise in higher education and social work to CSWE and will lead the organization’s pursuit of promoting quality education and supporting the career development of students, faculty members, and administrators.
CSWE President and CEO Darla Spence Coffey, PhD, MSW, spread awareness of a key finding from CSWE’s recent National Workforce Initiative report in radio programs and podcasts in major markets across the country. She also used these interviews to educate listeners on how in-demand social workers are and how to get started in a career in social work. 
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