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Student Spotlight

2018-2019


Banquet & Awards Ceremony

May 10, 2019

Eric Jackson

Pictured above: Banquet and Awards Ceremony Keynote Speaker and BSW Alum, Mr. Eric Jackson with 2019-2020 School Social Work Organization President, Amira Jabbar.

Faculty at Awards Banquet AY1819

Pictured above (L to R): Dr. Melissa Littlefield (MSW Chair), Dr. Michael Sinclair (MSW Faculty), Mr. Travis Scarborough (MSW'19 Graduate), Mr. Zev Mahnke (MSW Retention Coordinator)

Greene and Daniels Awards

Pictured above: Professor Yvonne Greene (BSW Chair) honoring Dr. Kevin Daniels (BSW Faculty), with an award.

Title IV-E Graduates AY19

Pictured above: Title IV-E Director, Dr. Sapphire Boone and Assistant Director, Ms. Charmeika Lewis, alongside the graduating 2018-2019 student cohort.


Urban Social Work Day

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

Dr. Jeronda Buckley Coppin State

Pictured above: Urban Social Work Day Keynote Speaker, Dr. Jeronda Burley, Assistant Professor, Coppin State University.

Dr. Wilbon and Students

Pictured above: Dr. Rhonda Wells Wilbon, (PhD Faculty), alongside MSU students in attendance at Urban Social Work Day 2019.

Dean and Faculty USWD AY19

Pictured above (L to R): Interim Dean for the School of Social Work, Dr. Sandra Chipungu, Dr. Snowden (PhD Faculty), and Dr. Wilson (BSW Faculty.

Coppin Support

Pictured above: Coppin State University students came out to show their support for Keynote Speaker, Dr. Burley.


National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW) 51st National Annual Conference: Atlanta, GA

Doctoral Students NABSW

Doctoral Students NABSW

Pictured above: Doctoral Students #urbanstrong, as they attend and present at the 51st NABSW Conference. Presentation topics include, "A Decade's Tale: Consent Decrees and Police Exces"

Faculty NABSW AY19

Pictured above: Social Work Pioneers alongside our MSW Faculty Chair, Dr. Melissa Littlefield and MSW Faculty, Dr. Denise Davison.

NABSW Platform AY19

Pictured above: National Association of Black Social Workers Speaker.

Students and Faculty NABSW AY19

Pictured above: Dr. Dana Wilson (BSW Faculty) and Dr. Denise Davison (MSW Faculty), with future social work women leaders within the MSW Program.


Faculty Women of Color Presentation at Virginia Tech University-Annie E. Casey Student Scholars

J. Nesbitt 2019

Pictured above: Jade Nesbitt, Annie E. Casey Foundation School of Social Work Urban Scholar, who presented: 
"Does My Opinion Count? Using Client Satisfaction Surveys to Improve Mental Health Services"

C. Merritt 2019

Pictured above: Cortney Merritt, Annie E. Casey Foundation School of Social Work Urban Scholar who presented:
"Using Restorative Practices to Promote Conflict Resolution Among Feuding Teen Girls"

       

Pictured above: Scholars Cortney Merritt and Jade Nesbitt with Dr Rhoda Smith, Springfield (L) College and Dr. Yarnecia Dyson, UNC Greensboro.


December 2018 Graduation


Kappazeta Phi-Alpha: Winter Hat, Sock and Glove Drive

December 18, 2018

Hats, socks, and gloves drive at Mary Ann Winterling Elementary School was a success! #morethanjustacord. Thank you to students Marlene Williams, Daniel Perez, and Bobby Holmes. Kappazeta Phi-Alpha do the most!


Chris Simon Black Mental Health Alliance Kaiser Day at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Davison and Students

Dr. Denise Davison & Dr. Dana Wilson, with Urban Women on the Rise Leadership Fellow

Dr. Dana Wilson, Dr. Denise Davisio, Urban Women on the Rise Leadership Fellows, and SSW Alumni PRES Chris Simon

Urban Women on the Rise Leadership Fellows:

Shada Allen
Nia Caldwell
Chantelle Crawford
De'ja Geter-Jackson
Kelly Hall
Kenya Hall-Phyall
Jessica Hill
Markia Rogers


Sonce Reese, MSW 2019 Prospective Graduate - Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Conference Proposal Acceptance

Each year, CGI U hosts a meeting where students, university representatives, topic experts, and celebrities come together to discuss and develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges. The meeting will bring together more than 1,000 students to make a difference in CGI U's five focus areas: Education, Environment and Climate Change, Peace and Human Rights, Poverty Alleviation, and Public Health. This year, CGI U 2018 will take place at the University of Chicagofrom October 19-21, 2018.


Freshmen Orientation Vision Board Presentations

Curated by Professor Zev Mahnke (pictured below)


Urban Children, Youth and Families Child Welfare Poster Presentations

At the Urban Children Youth and Family Child Welfare Post Presentation, curated/moderated by Dr. Michael Sinclair and the faculty of the Children Youth and Family Area of Specialized Practice, students with poise and authority challenged/investigated existing interventions designed to address the issues students described at the the 'Freshmen Orientation Vision Board " presentations and more.


Dorothy I Height HBCU Student Leadership and Social Justice Conference at Coppin State University

Dr. Estreet (pictured below), set the tone on Social Justice for all present including faculty, our current students, and alumni and community members this morning Dorothy I Height HBCU Student Leadership and Social Justice Conference at Coppin State University.

Pictured above: BSW Student Presenters Dante Nelson, Dominick Jenkins, and Robert Massenburg


Women on the Move Empowerment & Networking Event

October 11, 2018

Dr. Denise Davison and Dr. Dana Wilson, pictured below with students and the Kaiser and Casey Foundation, at the Women on the Move Empowerment & Networking Event, October 11, 2018, hosted by ABC-MD (Associated Black Charities).


Robert "Bobby" Holmes, MSW 2019 Prospective Graduate

1. 2018 fellow for the Center for Urban Families' Practitioners Leadership Institute Boys & Men of Color Academy
2. Elevation Award - $10K award and personalized support to people of color who are Baltimore City residents piloting novel approaches to strengthen Baltimore communities


Homecoming 2018


NASW Interest Meeting

September 26, 2018


Congressional Black Caucus


Students in Dr. Denise Davison's Policy Class (SOWK 507) took the train to DC 9/12/18 to attend Day 1 of the 48th Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus. They attended sessions addressing issues such as property insurance and restorative justice and community engagement and even earned a certificate! The highlight of the day was meeting Senator Cory Booker, first African American Senator from New Jersey and outspoken social justice advocate, who took a selfie with them.

Pictured above: Dr. Davison and Senator Booker with students, Chantelle Crawford, Amber Cofield, Pearl Ewuzie, Winterford Mensah, Nia Caldwell, Janice Mason, and Jessica Hill.