Faculty of Social Work News Archive
June 19, 2018 —
How can social workers integrate expressive arts methods as a complement to their work to better support individual, group, and community growth? Expressive Arts for Social Work and Social Change explores the values and benefits of expressive arts (i.e. visual arts, movement and dance, expressive forms of writing and narrative, music, and performance) and the role they can play in social work practice and inquiry.
U of M hosts international conference focused on improving outcomes for vulnerable migrant populations in Canada and beyond
June 12, 2018 —
Multicultural receiving countries, such as Canada, usually assist in the integration of immigrants and refugees by removing most barriers to their participation in their new homeland, often leading to positive outcomes and a stronger sense of belonging in the long run. However, some migrants face additional challenges shaped by systemic inequities, particularly with regard to their lack of access to resources and decision-making processes that inevitably have a negative impact on their lives. As a result, this population is more vulnerable to poor educational, health, and social processes.
June 12, 2018 —
In anticipation of the Faculty of Social Work’s 75th anniversary, we’re looking to you – our alumni in the field – to tell us what makes social work such a meaningful vocation.
June 11, 2018 —
U of M experts share unique perspective on a pressing issue facing our society
June 6, 2018 —
Meet Abigail Lidster, graduating with a Bachelor of Social Work
June 1, 2018 —
Faculty of Social Work staff, students and faculty will be participating in The Dream Factory River City Dragon Boat Festival this weekend in an effort to make children’s dreams come true. For the past three years, the team, named Talking Dragons, has paddled its way to the finish line in support of family and friends who have been affected by cancer.
May 23, 2018 —
Michael Kaan received the 2018 Amazon.ca First Novel Award for his book The Water Beetles on Tuesday
March 2, 2018 —
On March 9 and 10, the Native Studies Graduate Students Association will host the third annual Rising Up conference featuring close to 100 scholars from around the world discussing Indigenous knowledge and research in Indigenous studies.
February 6, 2018 —
Day Shift workshop lets students practise interprofessional teamwork on simulated hospital ward
December 18, 2017 —
Tracey Bone, assistant professor, Faculty of Social Work, has been appointed to the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) board of directors for the 2017-2019 term as well as the Vice-President for constituency development on their executive committee.