Social Work

Conference to consider issues of internet addiction

digital dependency poster imageRegister before September 10 for the early-bird rate for the Digital Dependency Awareness Conference, September 29 at Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Register before September 10 for the early-bird rate for the Digital Dependency Awareness Conference, September 29 at Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Downtown campus winning attention from planners

The Pitt-Ferry BuildingThe Pitt-Ferry Building is currently featured on the website of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute.

The Pitt-Ferry Building is currently featured on the website of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute.

Workshop to benefit trauma counsellors

Kim Calderwood, Margaret Nelson, Sarge Gerbode, Marian VolkmanKim Calderwood (second from left) with Applied Metapsychology officials: vice-president Margaret Nelson, founder Sarge Gerbode, and president Marian Volkman.

A May workshop at the UWindsor School of Social Work will benefit anyone who works with clients with self-defined trauma or life upset.

Friday events among observances of Social Work Week

An opportunity to engage in dialogue is the impetus behind “Being an Ally with Indigenous Peoples,” a free public event Friday, March 10, at the Pitt-Ferry Building.

Scheduled as part of Social Work Week, the event will run 10 a.m. to noon in room 116, 167 Ferry Street.

Presenters include:

Exhibit shines light on hidden figures in Black history

Members of the student Black Lives Matter CommitteeMembers of the student Black Lives Matter Committee have created a “Hidden Figures” wall in the Pitt-Ferry Building to highlight lesser-known figures in Black Canadian history. Top, from left: Jillian Panjer, Ashleigh Watson, Kiera Royle, Nancy Tran, Joanna Stewart, Janay Warren, Lacy Carty, Daniel Falconer. Bottom: Samina Singh, Stacy Davy, Deneece Plummer, and Navroop Singh.

A “Hidden Figures” wall in the Pitt-Ferry Building highlights lesser-known figures in Black Canadian history.