Joint Program in Social Work

Universities of NCA&T and UNCG

Dr. Jay Poole’s Chapter, The Last Session: Facilitating Positive and Productive Endings in Therapy from the book Constructing Authentic Relationships in Clinical Practice Working at the Intersection of Therapist and Client Identities is now available. Please click here for more information.

Dr. Monico got another peer-reviewed article published in 2021: “Implications of irregular transnational adoptions within international standards: A review of intercountry adoption systems and Guatemalan birthmother perspectives.” The article was published in a Special Issue of Childhood titled “Irregularities in Transnational Adoptions and Child Appropriations: Challenges for Reparation Practices.” The article is an original manuscript drawing […]

Dr. Carmen Monico, A&T’s Associate Professor and RTI University Scholar, presented with Wayne Pitts from RTI’s Division for Applied Justice Research at the American Association of Criminology held in Chicago October 17-20, 2021. The presentation was titled “Tracking Guatemalan Deportees and Their Intentions to Remigrate to the U.S.” and was based on the Guatemala Repatriation Longitudinal Survey […]

“September 29, 2021, Black women leaders will convene a virtual summit, Where She Leads, We Will Follow Her, to address HIV and other health issues impacting women specifically in the United States.” Our very own Dr. Yarneccia D. Dyson will be among them. To join the conversation on social media, follow @wheresheleads on Instagram and Facebook and use the hashtag #wheresheleads #wheresheleadssummit2021. 

Dr. Yarneccia D. Dyson is the invited opening Speaker for the Critical Race Theory & The 1619 Project: Fall 2021 Webinar Series – Sponsored by the Social Work Program in partnership with the History Program at Elizabeth City State University Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 (3:30pm-5:00pmEST)Title of Presentation: The Need for Critical Race Theory as a Practical Approach for […]