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BSW graduates celebrated at pinning ceremony

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Many BSW graduates look forward to continuing their education and joining the expanding field of social work.

The School of Social Work honored its fall 2022 graduates of the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program at a pinning ceremony last Friday in the MHC Atrium. School of Social Work Director Riaan van Zyl, PhD congratulated the students on their achievements, reminding them that they have something to celebrate as they enter the workforce and/or continue on to higher education. During the ceremony, many of the graduates were inducted into USF's chapter of the Phi Alpha Honor Society, a national honor society for social work students, and some were also recognized for their involvement in USF's Social Work Society.

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