Category Archives: Social Work Education

Macro Social Work Matters: Twitter Chat

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UB SSW is a partner on new #MacroSW Twitter Chat-
Social Work Month Launch


The UB School of Social Work is taking part in a new collaboration to host semi-monthly Twitter Chats at #MacroSW on Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT/EST (6 p.m. PDT/PST).

Fittingly, the chat is launched during Social Work Month. Blog swmonth2014

Macro social work practice matters: The first chat

The launch is on Thursday, March 13, at 9:00 PM. Rachel West, of the Association for Community Organization and Social Administration (ACOSA) will host; the focus is on the Rothman Commission and its findings of the state of macro social work.

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Essential Trauma Resources from the UB School of Social Work

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To start off this brand-new SocialWorkSynergy blog and provide you with an invaluable resource, this first post will provide you with access to the UB School of Social Work’s rich collection of resources on trauma.

These essential trauma tools include :

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Welcome to the SocialWorkSynergy Blog!

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SocialWorkSynergy (SWS) is a biweekly blog from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, created to be a forum of information and discussion for you on trauma, human rights, trauma-informed care and practice, and related topics.

To provide you with as wide a range of experiences and stories as possible, guest authors and interviews with professionals will be included.

Lastly, if you would like to either be a guest author or interviewee, please contact us at


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