Social Work-Eastern Europe
from 01:00 PM to 03:00 PM
We urge our colleagues to attend and to invite your students as well. This is not just a report on our research there, but on a number of activities which meet York's goal of YC and the Global Educational Enterprise. We also want to encourage all our faculty in any discipline to consider opportunities for research and collaboration in Moldova.
The program of the event is:
1:10-1:15 Provost Griffith: York College & the Global Educational Enterprise
1:15-1:25 Dean Cindy Haller & Olga Dais: Impressions of Moldova; Prospective collaboration under the auspices of the York Center for Eastern European Studies
1:30-1:50 Bill Divale: Prior research in Moldova: Parental acceptance/rejection; Chronically Mentally Ill Personality Traits; Burnout; Occupation Therapy, etc.
1:50-2:05 Vadim Moldovan: From the seminar to the conference; future research - the collaborative study of stimulation on the ward and subculture
2:05-2:20 Diane Tewfek: On Casa Mare - community mental health center in Moldova: Moving from the Medical model to the Wellness model.
2:20-2:30 Bill Divale: Academic research and exchange opportunities; Moldovan State Medical School and the Moldovan State University.
2:30-3:00 Discussion; Questions; Comments
We have unparalleled opportunities for research and collaboration with these Moldovan institutions, including the support of the faculty at these institutions, university administration, and the Ministry of Health. The possibilities are endless and the climate and culture of Moldova are pleasant--they are eager go work with us and the west after so many years of Soviet Occupation. We have been funding our research so far with PSC/CUNY grants.