Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox
Tuesday, Sept. 19
7:05 p.m. Mark your calendar to join us for the annual UMB Night at the Ballpark! It’s fan appreciation night too and everyone will receive an Orioles knit cap. Discounted tickets are available in many sections while tickets last and $5 from every ticket will support the UMB CURE Scholars Program. 7 SEATING OPTIONS AVAILABLE! Terrace Box Outside Bases
Sections 1-17, 55-65: $39* Lower Reserve Between Bases
Sections 19-53: $39* Left Field Lower Box
Sections 66-86: $39* Lower Reserve
Sections 7-17, 55-87: $24* Eutaw Street Bleachers
Sections 90-98: $24* Upper Reserve
Sections 306-364: $20* Left Field Upper Reserve
Sections 368-388: $15* *The
Dr. Jodi Jacobson Frey presented workplace outcomes data resulting from participation in the Flight Attendant Alcohol and Drug Program (FADAP) on at the 7th Annual FADAP Conference in Baltimore, MD. Outcomes related to return to work following treatment for alcohol, drugs and mental health focused on work performance and safety, in addition to costs saved in lost work time. Her work with over 26 airlines participating in this project continue to support the need for employees to have easy access to effective treatment for alcohol and other drugs. Link to Conference: www.fadap.org/FADAPConference
UMB Rideshare offers students, staff, and faculty a fun and easy way to get around. Drive your own car and split costs by offering rides, or if you don’t have a car, find a ride with someone who’s going your way. Use UMB Rideshare to find transit options, cycling routes, and bike and transit buddies, too! For more information, visit the UMB Rideshare webpage.
Assistant Professor Theda Rose is the lead author of the article "Mental health and educational experiences among Black youth: A latent class analysis" that's been published by the Journal of Youth & Adolescence. The SSW's Nadine Finigan-Carr, a research assistant professor, is also a co-author of the research. Ongoing efforts are needed to address disparities in the educational experiences of Black adolescents. Nationally, these youth experience differential achievement and problematic retention, suspension, and expulsion rates as well as less connection to the school environment, which, in turn, has negative implications for full realization of their life and economic potential. During ado
Professor Jennifer Swanberg is a co-author of the article "Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction Among Long-Term Care Staff," that has been published by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. In the article, the authors assessed the intrapersonal, interpersonal, and organizational factors that predicted job satisfaction among long-term care employees. VIEW THE ABSCTRACT
MSW student Melanie Klokin and Proeschold-Bell et al., have a new paper published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine that explores the effects of a 2-year wellness intervention program for North Carolina's United Methodist Church clergy. The primary outcome was metabolic syndrome (a cluster of cardiovascular risk factors), and the secondary outcomes were stress and depression. Using data from the Duke University Spirited Life study, authors found a decrease in the prevalence of metabolic syndrome from baseline. These improvements were sustained at 24-month follow-up. More details can be found at: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749379717302441.
The DreamMentor opportunity is a chance to build a developmental relationship with a DreamKid to show them that you care, challenge their growth, provide support, share power, and inspire possibilities. You will be meticulously trained and matched with a DreamKid who we believe will be the perfect match for a bidirectional relationship.
-Sincere desire to be personally involved helping a young person develop positive dreams for their lives, equipping them with the tools to make those dreams reality.
-Ability to communicate with a student openly and non-judgmentally;
-Strong listening skills;
-Ability to establish a relationship based on equal responsibility and respect;
Welcome to the Second Annual SOWK 631 Organizing for Justice Lecture Series. This semester we will engage an exciting list of accomplished and thoughtful speakers on organizing topics such as media, transgender rights, tenant leadership, and homelessness empowerment. All lectures will begin at 6:00PM in the auditorium, but seating is limited: - September 20 Marc Steiner, Founder of the Center for Emerging Media on "Media as a Tool of Social Change"
- October 4 Ava Pipitone, Director of the Baltimore Transgender Alliance, on "Frameworks for Macro Practice: Power, Oppression, and Empowerment"
- October 18 Communities United Public Housing Tenant Leaders on "Community Engagement and Commu
Greetings, SSW Students, and welcome from the IDEA Team!
Our mission is to support quality teaching, learning and research at the School of Social Work. We serve you by providing support services and resources related to Blackboard and other educational technologies. (Note that email, wi-fi, printers, hardware, software, networks, computer labs, and classroom technology are handled by SSW Informatics.)
If you are new to the school and/or using Blackboard, or haven't used it for a while, we highly recommend taking an hour or so to go through our Blackboard orientation module. Upon successfully completing the orientation quiz, you can receive a certificate of completion PDF, which some i
A two-day intensive comprehensive review program prepares MSW graduates to pass the LGSW, LCSW and LCSW-C state licensing exams. The program incorporates a review of test-taking strategies using sample multiple choice questions that are similar to those found on the licensing exam. Participants will receive volumes I & II of the Comprehensive Study Guide and Practice Questions from Social Work Examination Services. Social workers who use SWES materials pass licensing examinations. In fact, these students pass in high numbers (92%), and with high scores (average 84%). Exam scores exceeding 90% are not uncommon.
Friday-Saturday, September 15 -16, 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
January 10-12, 2018
New York City
Join fellow practitioners, policy makers, and service providers to share new and effective programs, solutions, and policies aimed at reducing poverty and homelessness among children and families in the US. Attend strategy and solution-based interactive workshops, enlightening panels, informative table discussions with peers, keynote luncheons, a networking reception, and much more.
Register now. www.icphusa.org/beyond_housing/overview/
If you are interested in being considered for Research Assistant positions, please complete the survey at: http://maryland.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aWu1gOajFSAzVv7. All faculty and research staff interested in hiring MSW students as Research Assistants will have access to the pool of applicants who complete the application link at: http://maryland.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aWu1gOajFSAzVv7. Please note that completing the application does not commit you to any particular project or insure that you will be offered a position. Joining the applicant pool allows faculty and staff to know of your interests and availability.
The Office of Admissions has one student worker position available for a SSW student who has 12-20 hours of work availability on weekdays (normal office business hours). Position includes general office duties such as:
• Greeting visitors of the Office of Admissions
• Answering phones
• Conducting School tours
Those interested in applying should email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position opened until filled. Students with or without Federal Work Study can apply.
Become a SSW Admissions Ambassador!
Locations: The Universities at Shady Grove (USG) Baltimore (UMB) How would the application process have played out differently if you had access to current students or recent alumni that could answer your questions/concerns from firsthand experience? What would the experience of transitioning into graduate school have felt like if you already had an instant support network? As current students, you can become an ambassador to bridge future students to the UMB School of Social Work.
Ambassadors will be expected to:
• Assist with recruitment and outreach activities
• Facilitate School tours to prospective students
• Share experiences
• Relate feedb
The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is offering a service-learning course to all UMB students for the fall 2017 semester. Students will receive hands-on, professional experience with community health programs by working with partner organizations in the community surrounding UMB. Through service learning students will learn how community health programs are developed, organized, implemented, and evaluated as well as how interprofessional teams successfully function, how to interact with individuals and groups living in our community, and how to report on their observations to peers and supervisors.
Students who wish to take this course will register through their school’s normal re
Assistant Professor Theda Rose presented at Not All Wounds Are Visible: A Community Conversation about Mental Health and Substance Use, sponsored by the University of Maryland Medical System and the University of Maryland Baltimore, on June 27, 2017.
Dr. Rose’s presentation, "Promoting Mental Health among Adolescents," was part of an invited panel session addressing Maternal, Child, & Adolescent Mental Health.