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Sarsgard, Victorson, Kupferman, and Fuld present on History of Oppression Course

Sarsgard, Victorson, Kupferman, and Fuld present on History of Oppression Course at Social Work Distance Education Conference


Ashlie Kauffman Sarsgard, MFA, MA, Lane Victorson, LMSW, Emma Kupferman, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C, and Samantha Fuld, DSW, MSW, LCSW-C presented the SSW's work on the student prerequisite, A Brief History of Oppression and Resistance, at the 2022 Social Work Distance Education Conference: Leveraging Lessons Learned, which took place April 6-8, 2022 and was hosted by Our Lady of the Lake University Worden School of Social Service. The session was titled, "Developing an Anti-Oppression Prereq: Lessons for Making It Relevant, Measurable, and Engaging," and focused on the purpose, development, design, and continual improvement process for the pre-req course. The work represents the collaborative efforts of many former and current members of the SSW community, including former professor Victoria Stubbs, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C, who contributed a major portion and helped conceive the overall course.

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