Community Conversations Series
Each semester, the College of Social Work and Criminal Justice invites the community to come together for meaningful conversations on various high-interest topics impacting our local communities and society at large. The series illuminates the intersection of social work and criminal justice, with special consideration given to issues impacting underrepresented and/or marginalized groups.
The Community Conversations series informs our broader community on the complementary overlap of our two fields and their shared impact, while providing a space for attendees to engage directly with faculty and community experts.
Social Media Misuse & Abuse – What Families, Schools and Platforms Can Do
Troubling Trends in Student Culture
Heather Thompson, Ph.D. LCSW
Director, Associate Professor, Phyllis & Harvey Sandler School of Social Work
Sigal Rubin, MSCCJ
Senior Instructor, Associate Undergraduate Coordinator and Field Experience Coordinator