GADE Events at SSWR
RCDC Research Roots & Wings Roundtable 1: Mentorship that Supports Anti-Racist & Inclusive Research - CANCELED
Friday, January 14, 2022 at 9:45-11:15am
Session #84 - This event has been canceled. It will be provided as a webinar this spring, date TBD.
GADE Doctoral Education SIG
Friday, January 14, 2022 at 12:30-1:30pm
Congress, ML 4
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We are trying to increase opportunities for doctoral student involvement in GADE. We see the SIG as one critical mechanism to increase student input and further GADE's mission to promote excellence in doctoral education. We encourage doctoral program directors to invite their students to attend the SIG meeting.
Convener: Michael C. LaSala, PhD, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
GADE Reception - CANCELED
Saturday, January 15, 2022 at 7:30-9:00pm
Chinatown Conference Room on Meeting Level 3
The GADE Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel our GADE Reception at the 2022 SSWR Conference. Due to the unprecedented rise in recent coronavirus infections, we feel it is prudent to honor our awardees at an online live awards ceremony to be held in the very near future (date TBA). In addition to this virtual event, we will plan to recognize this year’s awardees again at the 2023 SSWR Annual Conference. The Board did not come to this decision lightly. After careful deliberation, we concluded that the risks outweighed the benefits and made the difficult decision to shift course.
While we will not have our GADE reception, we will still have a space available for conference attendees to connect informally. The Chinatown Conference Room on Meeting Level 3 at the Marriott Marquis DC has been reserved on Saturday, January 15 from 7:30pm-9:00pm for GADE members, colleagues, and friends to socialize and reconnect after the SSWR President’s Reception.
The Current State and Future Directions for PhD Education
Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 11:30am-1:00pm
Congress, ML 4
Session #340. View more here.
Current societal challenges highlight the critical role that social work doctoral programs play in preparing social work educators, scholars, and advanced practitioners. Accordingly, this symposia examines the landscape of doctoral education in social work. This examination considers social work faculty, students, and administrator perspectives on study curricula, and how DSW distinguishes themselves from PhD programs.
Symposium Organizer: Cynthia Franklin, PhD, University of Texas at Austin
Results from the GADE Quality Guidelines Survey for PhD Programs
G. Lawrence Farmer, MSW, PhD, Fordham University; Cynthia Franklin, PhD, University of Texas at Austin; Beverly Black, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington; Mo Yee Lee, PhD, The Ohio State University; Xiao Ding, MSSA, University of Texas at Austin
A Study of PhD Courses and Curricula across Schools of Social Work
Cynthia Franklin, PhD, University of Texas at Austin; Elizabeth Lightfoot, PhD, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; Melissa Nachbaur, BS, The University of Texas at Austin; Katharine Sucher, The University of Texas at Austin
Current Landscape of Doctoral Education in Social Work: A Look at the PhD and DSW Programs
Mo Yee Lee, PhD, Ohio State University; Ray Eads, MSSW, LISW, Ohio State University; Elizabeth Lightfoot, PhD, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; Michael C. LaSala, PhD, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Cynthia Franklin, PhD, University of Texas at Austin