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Upcoming Events and Webinars

School of Social Work

Keeping the Conversation Moving, Part II

July 7: 8:15-9:15 p.m. ET

Join this week’s session facilitator, Dr. Emmett Robert (Social Work Core Faculty member) for part II of an integrative conversation on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Audience: Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Register for Keeping the Conversation Moving
School of Social Work

Safe Zone Training

July 11: 5-8 p.m. ET

What is a Safe Zone Training? A 3-hour interactive Introductory LGBTQ/Ally training. A Safe Zone training creates space where participants can take risks, be vulnerable, and learn. After being trained, participants can then create a similar environment for others in their life. As social workers, our goal is that all practitioners can create “Safe Zones” for clients.

Audience: Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Safe Zone Training
Writing Center

Writing Effective Academic Paragraphs

July 22: 8-9:00 p.m. ET

Join us to explore the how to build effective academic paragraphs in your writing.

Audience: All students

Register for Writing Effective Academic Paragraphs
Writing Center

Transitioning From Coursework to Doctoral Capstone Writing

August 4: 2-3:00 p.m. ET

Learn how writing your doctoral capstone study requires a different process and mindset than writing your coursework, along with our specific strategies for writing the capstone.

Audience: Doctoral capstone students

Register for Transitioning From Coursework to Doctoral Capstone Writing
Library

Mysteries of the Library: Revealed! Search Alerts

August 17 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. ET

This month we will talk about Search Alerts: What are they, how you can set them up, and how they help you stay on top of the literature in your field.

Audience:Audience: All students


Register for Mysteries of the Library: Revealed! Search Alerts
Writing Center

Preparing for the Form and Style: Common Errors and Editor Q&A

July 9: 1-2:00 p.m. ET

Learn the Writing Center Editors’ tips for seamlessly completing the form and style review for your capstone study.

Audience:Doctoral capstone students


Register for Preparing for the Form and Style
School of Social Work

Safe Zone Training

July 19: 11a.m - 2 p.m. ET

What is a Safe Zone Training? A 3-hour interactive Introductory LGBTQ/Ally training. A Safe Zone training creates space where participants can take risks, be vulnerable, and learn. After being trained, participants can then create a similar environment for others in their life. As social workers, our goal is that all practitioners can create “Safe Zones” for clients.

Audience: Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Safe Zone Training
Writing Center

Practical Writing Skills: Paraphrasing Source Information

July 28: 1-2:00 p.m. ET

Practice your paraphrasing skills and learn concrete strategies for paraphrasing in this session.

Audience: All students

Register for Practical Writing Skills
School of Social Work

Keeping the Conversation Moving, Part III

August 4: 8:15-9:15 p.m. ET

Join this month’s session facilitator, Dr. Tami Frye (Social Work Core Faculty member) for part III of an integrative conversation on diversity, equity, inclusion, social justice & human rights.

Audience: Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Register for Keeping the Conversation Moving
School of Social Work

Summer Diversity Discussion Series

July 9: 8:15-9:15 p.m. ET

How would you define diversity? What is the difference between equity and inclusion? This interactive session will be used to gather student thoughts on these concepts and how Walden’s social work programs can integrate diversity, equity, & inclusion across the curriculum.

Audience: Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Register for Summer Diversity Discussion Series
Library

Mysteries of the Library: Revealed! Books

July 20: 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. ET

This month we will discuss how to find and access books in the Walden Library.

Audience: All students


Register for Mysteries of the Library: Revealed! Books
Career Services

Discover Career Services

July 29 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. ET

Gain strategies to proactively manage your career and review the resources available to you on the Career Services website. Register for this session to learn how we can support you in reaching your career-related goals!

Audience: All students

Register for Discover Career Services
School of Psychology

From Social Problem to Research Question

August 5: 8 p.m. ET

A challenge for dissertation research is to take a social problem and scale it down to one question. This webinar will present tips, methods, and resources for moving through this process as you begin your prospectus and continue to develop it in your dissertation proposal.

Audience: Psychology Doctoral Programs

Register for From Social Problem to Research Question