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9th Annual Social Work Alumni Lecture: Intergenerational Partnerships with Universities

Intergenerational Partnerships with Universities: Advancing Age Inclusivity in Higher Education

Presented by Faculty Lecturer:
Jeanne M. Koller, Ph.D., MSW, LCSW
2021 Alumni Award Winner:
Ekta Shah ’13 ’14

All Monmouth BSW and MSW alumni are cordially invited to our 9th Annual Alumni Lecture!

This year’s event celebrates the launch of our new Certificate in Aging, this continuing education certificate is an opportunity to earn CE hours needed for licensure while gaining expertise in the area of gerontological social work. Dr. Jeanne Koller will deliver a lecture on the many options available to institutes of higher education to advance age inclusivity including the development of lifelong learning programs. The CE hours earned during this event will count towards the Certificate in Aging.

Additionally, we will once again be raising funds for the Louis E. Cimaglia ’08 Memorial Scholarship in Social Work. While the event is free, we are suggesting registrants make a $10 donation to Lou’s scholarship in order to keep his memory alive and support current MSW students in their educational efforts.

We hope to see you on Zoom for this year’s lecture! Spread the word and register today!

Social Work Career Day

Hosted by the School of Social Work

Zoom Link: https://monmouth.zoom.us/j/98664639152

Speakers

Beatris “Betty” Drace, MSW, LSW | 11:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Drace is a Supervising Training Technician of Practice for the Department of Children and Families and will be discussing her experience working within the Child Welfare system.

Annmarie DeRosa, LSW | 12:05-12:35 p.m.
DeRosa is a Social Worker at Collier Group Home and will be discussing her work with youth and trauma.

Christina Tello, MSW | 12:40–1:10 p.m.
Tello is a Social Worker at the Affordable Housing Alliance and will be discussing both her mezzo and macro work with the housing and financial industry.

Garyn Nathan, LCSW | 1:15–1:45 p.m.
Nathan is the Assistant Superintendent at NJDOC and will be discussing his work within the criminal justice system.

Malia Segal, MSW, LCSW | 1:50–2:20 p.m.
Segal is a registered play therapist and will explore how this certification impacts her work with children and families.

Born of Rage: Art as an Agent for Social Change (Presented by Faculty Lecturer Ralph Cuseglio, DSW)

All Monmouth BSW and MSW alumni are cordially invited to our 8th Annual Alumni Lecture!

This year’s event topic is works of art that are inspired by observed inequality, human rights violations, and discrimination and how art can serve as a call to action to bring about societal change. Ralph Cuseglio, DSW, will deliver a lecture exploring the role of rage as an impetus for creative expression and the formation of art.

Graduate Information Session

This Information Session will cover only the Master of Social Work (MSW) program.