Social Workers Advancing through Grounded Education (SAGE)

SAGE Practica

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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Support Over Silence for KIDS Webinar

Thursday, February 10, 2022 12:00- 1:00 Eastern Time Click HERE to register for the LIVE event (link and materials will also be sent post event) Click HERE to receive recording link and materials (will NOT attend live) Dr. Nancy Weaver will discuss how to apply communication sciences, analytics, and public health principles to promote healthy […]

Congratulations are in Order!

CICM would like to extend its heartfelt congratulations to two PhD Candidate Research Assistants: Autumn Asher BlackDeer and Daji Dvalishvilli Autumn Asher BlackDeer Autumn has accepted a Tenure- track Assistant Professor Position at the University of Denver starting Fall 2022. The position is particularly meaningful to Autumn because “The University of Denver if my tribe’s […]

R25 Announcement

Building a Multidisciplinary Pipeline of Researchers in Child Abuse and Neglect: Summer Training Institute for Early Career or Transitioning Scholars Invitation to Apply for Competitive Trainee Award Dear colleagues, Because of the changes in the COVID spread and realizing how disruptive to schedules it is right now, Dr. Widom and I have decided to extend […]

SAGE Program Application Open

The SAGE program recruits, trains and financially supports MSW Brown School students as they complete 360 hours of their practica in Indian Country. All SAGE recipients are awarded a stipend to assist with the completion of their practicum serving tribal communities, focusing on behavioral health, violence prevention, or trauma. The flyer has the first steps […]

CICM Brown Bag: R- Markdown

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 […]

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.

  • Click here for information on the Violence and Injury Prevention concentration for WashU students
  • Click here for information on the Violence and Injury Prevention (CVIP) Certificate Program