In this presentation, Deena Saunders-Green, MSW will provide an overview of the gaps within the current child welfare system as it relates to youth who are transitioning into adulthood. She will also make a case for social entrepreneurship as a viable solution to addressing the needs of vulnerable populations; particularly those who have experienced intergenerational and developmental trauma.
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This event is for PhD students who have recently passed their qualifying exam or are about to take them. Join Dean of the Graduate School Andrew McConnell Stott for a virtual discussion with faculty panelists on topics including Preparing for the Dissertation, Post-Graduation Planning, Time Management, and Working Independently. Panelists: John Carlos Rowe (American Studies… Read More »Mid-Career PhD: Your Next Steps
In this presentation, participants will learn about the limitations of currently discussed definitions of diversity and ways to challenge and expand their own thinking. Ifunanya uses her unique experience working with aspiring musicians on the autism spectrum and her studies to display the intersection of music and neurodiversity (specifically autism) and it how it can promote inclusion.