"Sessions for Student Success"
Join us for any of the sessions below and learn...
- about valuable university resources available to you
- develop skills you'll need in the work place
- get knowledge that will benefit you as a Social Worker
- meet successful Social Workers who can give you valuable insights and advice
Open to all Social Work students.
A meal will be provided at each session free.
Time: 4:30 - 6:00 PM in PHS 129
Upcoming Dates in 2014:
- JAN 22: Developing Professional Writing Skills (BA Level)
- JAN 29: Developing Professional Writing Skills (MSW Level)
- FEB 19: Effective use of advising (BA and MSW Levels)
- MAR 19: Constructive Problem Solving (BA and MSW Levels)
Please RSVP at our office in PHS 128 or call us at 559.278.3992
The 15th Annual Harry Specht Memorial Child Welfare Symposium
When: March 28, 2014 from 8AM to 5PM
Where: The Bridge Church
Speaker: Melinda Hohman PhD, MSW
Featuring: Renowned Researcher, Breakfast & Lunch, and CEU's Offered.
The Marjaree Mason Center Presents:
The Neuroscience of Domestic Violence; Clinical Intervention with the Brain in Mind by Daniel Jay Sonkin, Ph.D.
When: Friday May 2, 2014 | 9 AM to 5 PM
Where: Unitarian Universal Church
Cost: $80 - $150 (see flyer)
Center for Ethnographic Research Summer Workshop Training Program
June 23 – July 31, 2014
The Center for Ethnographic Research (CER) Workshop program provides mentorship, hands-on research experience, and advanced training in designing and executing a project using qualitative methods for motivated undergraduates and beginning graduate students. The CER Internship will provide students with six weeks of intensive accelerated methodological training in the design and practice of qualitative methods in weekly seminars taught by CER visiting scholars and graduate fellows. The topics in the seminars include the following:
- The Logic and Practice of Qualitative Research Design
- Participant Observation
- In-Depth Interviewing
- Qualitative Data Analysis in ATLAS.ti
In addition to these weekly seminars, each CER student is assigned a graduate student mentor. Mentors provide feedback on research project development and design. Mentors also offer supplemental information sessions on graduate school and graduate school application preparation.
The CER Internship program expects students to develop and sustain an empirical research project for an honors thesis, advanced methods class, scholarly article, or conference presentation. In this process, students develop hands-on research and logistical experience and receive structure and guidance in the development of an independent and original project.
Apply Online @ http://cer.berkeley.edu/summer-workshop-application.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2014