Friday, April 3, 2015
VOICES Center of Excellence for Community Resilience presents “Promoting Resiliency in Communities Impacted by Trauma: Identification and Treatment of Long-Term Needs”
Rutgers University, Livingston Campus Student Center, 84 Joyce Kilmer Avenue | Piscataway
9:00am – 3:00pm
VOICES will host a Symposium entitled, "Promoting Resiliency in Communities Impacted by Trauma: Identification and Treatment of Long-Term Needs" at Rutgers University, Livingston Campus Student Center. The Symposium include a continental breakfast and buffet lunch.
The event promises to be an insightful day featuring presentations by accomplished clinicians, authors, and researchers. Subject matter experts who have provided support services for children, families, responders and survivors impacted by 9/11 will present on a variety of topics, including enhancing your resiliency, promoting hope and healing and addressing ongoing mental health and medical issues. The Symposium is intended to inform those directly impacted by 9/11 as well as clinicians providing services to victims' families, responders and survivors and other community stakeholders working in the field of trauma. Registration is required and space is limited. 9/11 families, responders and survivors are invited to attend free of charge. Other Symposium attendees will pay $75, and for those interested in earning 5 clinical CEUs, there will be an additional $25 charge. Contact us at 203-966-3911 or email@example.com For more information visit www.voicesofseptember11.org
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
A Conversation with Dr. Brenda Jones-Harden: Understanding Risk and Resiliency in Children, 11:30am - 1:00pm, Center on Violence Against Women and Children, New Brunswick, NJ
In collaboration with the Institute for the Study of Child Development, The Center on Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC) would like you to join us in an engaging and thoughtful presentation by Dr. Jones Harden on outcomes for children affected by child maltreatment. Dr. Jones Harden will specifically focus on developing an understanding of the factors and conditions that promote resiliency for children and families who are involved with the child welfare system due to abuse and neglect. In addition, she will discuss general aspects of how the medical community can enhance its capacity to work with children who are at risk of abuse and neglect. Given that Rutgers medical school community interacts with a diverse client base, this event will include a conversation about fostering prevention and resiliency efforts among a broad and diverse population of children and families.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Huamin Lecture: Accountability of Civic Organizations in China
Brower Commons, 2nd Floor, Meeting Room, 145 College Ave, New Brunswick
Speaker Dr. Jiangang Zhu, Professor and Executive Dean of the School of Philanthropy, Sun Yat-Sen University
May 1, 2015
SSW Career Fair, Newark Campus
10:00am - 2:00pm, May 01, 2015
Rutgers School of Social Work, Newark Campus
Please join us at the School of Social Work Career Fair on the Rutgers Newark campus.
May 3-5, 2015
NASW-NJ Annual Conference in Atlantic City