2019 CSWE-APM

October 29, 2019
DSW presenters at 2019 CSWE APM in Denver

What a great showing by our doctoral students, alumni and SSW faculty! We had 37 students and alums (22 of whom were presenting - see below) and 6 faculty members at the 2019 Council on Social Work Education's Annual Program Meeting (APM) in Denver, CO, October 23-27. 

Many attendees from our community are now serving on CSWE commissions & councils and as track chairs, including:

Of special note, Monique Apple, DSW class of 2021, is now serving on the CSWE Board of Directors and Luis Curiel, DSW class of 2021, was named a 2019–2020 Minority Fellowship Program Doctoral Fellow.

Student and Alumni Presentations:

  • Anne Adcock, DSW '17, Better Late than Never…?: Comparing late work policies and their impact
  • Sibyl Beaulieu, DSW class of 2020, Examining the Preparation, Mentoring and Training of Field Admistrators within the Academy
  • Cini Bretzlaff-Holstein, DSW '17, Cross-Curricular Collaboration in Social Work Classes
  • Gabriel Carrillo, DSW '19, Early Social Work and the Natural Environment: A Relational-Cultural Approach
  • Rebecca Coleman, DSW '17, Teaching Cultural Competence for Empowerment and Advocacy: A Historical and Current Perspective
  • Stephanie Grant, DSW '18, An Integrative Framework to Support Faculty Development
  • Amanda Greubel, DSW '18, Looking Back: Sexist Bias and Gender Equity in Social Work Education Curricula
  • Michelle Gricus, DSW '17, Better Late than Never…?: Comparing late work policies and their impact; and Is 'good enough," good enough?: The realities of ethics in field education.
  • Joyce Hepscher, DSW class of 2020, A Call for Trauma-Informed Educational Practice in Baccalaureate Curriculum
  • Rebecca Hoffman, DSW '18, Critically Deconstructing Socio-political Influences on CSWE’s Community Organizing Curriculum Development Project (COCDP)
  • Janet Holter, DSW '18, An Integrative Framework to Support Faculty Development
  • Toni Jensen, DSW class of 2020, Developing Social Work Leaders Through the Implicit Curriculum
  • Terri Klemm, DSW '18, The community as classroom: Student reflections on Project Homeless Connect learning outcomes
  • Jamie Langlois, DSW '19, Graduate-Level Civic Engagement: Leading Community Change that Enhances Self-Efficacy
  • Katrinna Matthews, DSW '19, What’s Old is New Again: Preparing Students for Medical Social Work Practice
  • Leah Prussia, DSW '19, Early Social Work and the Natural Environment: A Relational-Cultural Approach; and as presenter with the Committee on Environmental Justice, Intersections of Ecology With Social and Environmental Justice: Historical Context to Action
  • Jean Roberson, DSW '19, Addressing Spirituality: The Unconscious Influencer on Practice
  • Andrya Soprych, DSW class of 2020, Sharing ownership of curriculum between instructor and students: Student choice readings
  • Katie Terry, DSW '19, Looking Back, Moving Forward: Using Research to Educate Social Workers About Autism
  • Debi Thibeault, DSW '18, Streaming values and ethics: Engaging students through film to increase critical thinking
  • Andy Thompson, DSW '18, An Integrative Framework to Support Faculty Development
  • Janet Vizina Roubal, DSW '17, Better Late than Never…?: Comparing late work policies and their impact

View our 2019 CSWE-APM photo album (includes our DSW reception) on Facebook»

Note: if you have photos to contribute to the album, please email them to DSW@stthomas.edu

Looking forward to another great year in Denver in 2020!