Join us for a viewing and discussion of the documentary “Night School” about three adults struggling to earn their high school diplomas amid the complexities of their lives and social situations, om Tuesday, Feb. 27, 6:45-9 p.m., in Franz Hall room 120. The screening is hosted by the UP STEM Education and Outreach Center, Kappa Kelta Pi, and the Department of Sociology, with support from the Garaventa Center. For more information contact Tisha Morrell, education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sociology and Social Work
Alice Gates, sociology and social work, is this year’s winner of the Marie O. Weil Outstanding Scholarship Award, co-sponsored by the Association of Community Organizations and Social Administration (ACOSA) and Taylor & Francis Publishing. Gates’ article, “Integrating social services and social change: Lessons from an immigrant worker center,” was based on her multi-year ethnography of an immigrant workers’ organization in southeastern Michigan. The award recognizes outstanding scholarship published in the Journal of Community Practice and is based on contributions to the field, scholarly approach, and promotion of macro practice values.
The Journal of Community Practice is an interdisciplinary journal grounded in social work. It is designed to provide a forum for community practice, including community organizing, planning, social administration, organizational development, community development, and social change.
For more information contact Gates at 7104 or email@example.com.