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Bachelor of Social Work grads celebrated during pinning ceremony

graduating BSW students

Graduating Bachelor of Social Work students gather at the pinning ceremony.

Graduating students of the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program were honored and welcomed into the profession Monday at the program's pinning ceremony. The School of Social Work hosted a combined ceremony that included both the in-person and the online program, giving some students and professors the opportunity to see each other face-to-face for the first time. This was the last pinning ceremony hosted by Director Riaan van Zyl, PhD, as he is retiring this August.

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