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300 Middle School Students to Visit York for Social Justice Lecture
York College will host 300 students from Middle School 356 (6th and 7th graders) for an informative Social Justice lecture by two York professors, plus lunch and a tour of the campus by students and Admissions personnel.
Located in Members / Marcia Moxam-comrie
AAS Newsletter
African American Studies Newsletter
Located in Members / Dr. Selena T. Rodgers
Beyond February PhotoVoice Project
Beyond February PhotoVoice Project emerged as a casual conversation between Tiffany Cudjoe (York Alumna, mentee, research assistant, photographer) and Dr. Rodgers (Assistant Professor of Social Work, mentor, researcher) and has transformed into formulating an edifying PhotoVoice project.
Located in Members / Dr. Selena T. Rodgers
Building Walls, Tearing down Tents: Applied Research in Haiti's IDP camps
Five York College students joined Prof. Schuller in Haiti to conduct research on Haiti's Internally Displaced People (IDP) camps: Sabine Bernard, Sandy Nelzy, Adlin Noel, Stephanie Seme, and Tracey Ulcena.
Can Youth and Students Elect the Next President?
A Town Hall Meeting on the 2016 Election
Cans for a cause
A holiday canned food drive to fight against hunger in NYC
Department of Social Work
The Social Work Department at York College is student centered and dedicated to carrying out the mission of York College.
Dr. Selena T. Rodgers contributes to AAU
York College’s Academic Affairs Update is the monthly newsletter published during the academic year by the Office of Academic Affairs. It was first published in October 2007 and intends to inform and update internal and external constituencies about current events and accomplishments at the college. For full newsletter, please visit Academic Affairs Update Newsletter Archive at:
Located in Members / Dr. Selena T. Rodgers
Economic Forum with Rick Wolff
The Social Sciences Department, Social Work Club and African-American Resource Center will hold a forum on the state of American Economy with the keynote speaker, Dr. Richard D. Wolff, Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His latest book: "Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It". Panelists at this event will include York faculty from several departments.
Field Instructor Meeting
Provide information and updates about the Social Work program. To all Field Instructors and Seminar instructors.