Social Workers Advancing through Grounded Education (SAGE)
The SAGE program recruits, trains and financially supports Native and non-Native students as they complete 360 hours of their Brown School practica.
The CICM and the Buder Center have developed strong relationships nationally with American Indian & Alaska Native experts in the field of social work and child maltreatment. The SAGE program supports Brown School students in completing practica with Native organizations. Through SAGE, recipients are provided stipends for living expenses during their practicum in Indian Country.
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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 12:00- 1:00 (Central Time) Click Here to Register Registration Required Join this hands- on workshop presented by Jenine Harris to learn how R- Markdown can support you in creating fully reproducible documents. In addition to making the process reproducible, R- Markdown has hundreds of options for customizing the look and feel […]
Friday, October 15, 2021 12:00 PM (Central Time) Click HERE to Register Registration Required The SAGE Program is facilitated by the Buder Center and supports Brown School Social Work Students in completing practicum in Indian Country. During this Brown Bag, you’ll learn more about the program and hear from two SAGE recipients about their summer […]
Liwei is finishing her postdoctoral fellowship in the Child Welfare and Wellbeing Research Unit at Rutgers University this summer. Liwei’s research focuses on understanding 1) how family and community contexts interact with each other in shaping parenting and child well-being and 2) how we can identify the most effective and efficient ways to prevent child […]
The Center for Innovation in Child Maltreatment extends the warmest congratulations and best wishes to outgoing graduates as they begin their next chapter! Graduates: Sara Beeler- Stinn Grace Newton Andrea Kennedy Jisuk Seon Katie Cobetto Zoe- Blair Andrews CICM is also happy to announce the addition of two Research Assistants Mackenzie Hynes Layne Wetherbee
The Center for Innovation in Child Maltreatment Policy, Research, and Training (CICM): LEAD: Leadership, Equity, and Diversity for Higher Education October 6-8th 2021 Virtual Predoctoral Institute Invitation to Apply The CICM hosts an annual two and a half day Predoctoral Summer Institute for 12 underrepresented minority (URM) professionals who are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. […]
Masters Certificate & Concentration Program
The Center for Violence and Injury Prevention (CVIP) promotes healthy young families and healthy young adults by advancing evidence-based violence prevention through education, research, & training activities.
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