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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


School of Social Work launches new international collaboration

Manisha Joshi and Iraida Carrion

Associate Professors Manisha Joshi and Iraida Carrion speak at the celebratory event marking the 10th anniversary of the School of Social Work's study abroad programs.

The School of Social Work has organized a two-year project and networking venture with the University of Alicante in Spain, the University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf in Germany, and the University of Lapland in Finland. The project has been accepted in the Educational Science Institute of the University of Alicante as an approved project. It will facilitate networking and international dialogues on social work, social services, and social policy, as well as collaboration on the development of coursework. Associate Professor Iraida Carrion, PhD, LCSW, will serve as the project lead, with Associate Professor Manisha Joshi, PhD, MPH, MSW, as the alternate.

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