Mimi Abramovitz delivered the following two keynote addresses:
Mimi Abramovitz, Bertha Capen Reynolds Professor of Social Policy, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, CUNY delivered the following two keynote addresses: The Feminization of Austerity, on March 16 .2012 to the Annual Field Educator’s Symposium in New York City, and Triple Jeopardy Women Lose Public Sector Services, Jobs and Union Rights,on March 30, 2012 to the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Undergraduate Social Work Education State College Pennsylvania. She also received a Roosevelt House Associates Travel Grant.
On April 26. 2012 Mimi Abramovitz, Bertha Capen Reynolds Professor of Social Policy Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, CUNY Was interviewed by Anrie Arnesen for her show "Attitude with Arnie" WNHN 94.7 Concord , New Hampshire about the Impact of the attack on women as public sector program users, employees and union memberd
On March 6. 2012, Mimi Abramovitz was interviewed for WNYC News story
On the Brink | The New Face of Poverties a series that examines life for those who have fallen out of the middle class through the lens of New Yorkers such as Yolanda Cotto, a mother of three who is unemployed and at the precipice of homelessness as she, like many Americans, grapples with supporting her family while trying to get back on her feet.
Link to the Interview http://www.wnyc.org/articles/wnyc-news/2012/mar/06/brink/
Dr. Roger Sherwood has received the Presidential Award for Excellence
Dean Mondros was recognized for her work and dedication to the East Harlem community
Dean Mondros was recognized for her work and dedication to the East Harlem community by the East Harlem Consortium of Agencies, at their November 17 Meeting. The presentation included a proclamation-provided by Jose Serrano and also one from Scott Stringer.
Publication from Hunter alum, Class of 2010, Marie Sabatino
Recent Hunter alum, Class of 2010, Marie Sabatino, published an article on the work of a self-taught and visionary artist living with schizophrenia which can be found here: http://www.riccomaresca.com/fluence/magazine.htm
It's called, Melvin Way: The Man, the Pen, and the Moon, and appears in the March/April edition of fluence magazine, published by Ricco/Maresca Gallery.
Dr. Manny Gonzalez was awarded a George N. Shuster Faculty Fellowship
Dr. Manny Gonzalez was awarded a George N.Shuster Faculty Fellowship to support his work on a textbook in clinical practice. The award is made to support current research, scholarly writing, or creative work.
HCSSW launches pioneering travel course to Israel
Hunter College School of Social Work launches pioneering travel course to Israel on "Social Policy and Social Activism" with Bgen Gurion University Department of Social Work - May 24 -June 2 under the direction of Dr. Terry Mizrahi.