The Faculty of Social Work is deeply saddened by the recent passing of Pete Hudson, former dean, director and professor. In 1983, Hudson was the director in the School of Social Work and became the first dean when the School became a Faculty in 1989. While at the Faculty, Hudson was a strong community and social policy advocate, specializing in child welfare and working with Indigenous youth.
The Faculty of Social Work would like to invite all to a Lunch ’n’ Learn event with our visiting social work scholars from Taiwan and China. Presentations by: Dr. Hiu Ha Chong, Department of Indigenous Affairs & Development National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan Specializing in Indigenous social work and Indigenous child protection Dr. Zhihong Yue, School of Sociology, Wuhan University, China Specializing in youth mental health
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Michael Ungar, Ph.D., world-renowned Resilience Expert, Director of the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University and Canada Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience is this year’s keynote guest speaker at the 13th edition of the Strangers in New Homelands Conference on Migration and Settlement hosted by the Faculty of Social Work.
conference, Faculty of Social Work, migration, settlement