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  1. Positivity Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting »

    May 31, 2016 - 12:00pm

    Are you interested in getting involved in the SSW?

    Do you enjoy talking about the culture, climate, and narratives of the spaces you find yourself in?

    Do you appreciate strengths-based projects, initiatives, and environments?

    Do you wish to create intentional learning spaces?

    Are you interested in strengthening community within the SSW?

    Join the special interest group at the U-M SSW! This open group was formed in response to students, faculty, and staff voicing vibrant ideas for making the SSW a more strengths-based, resilient, compassionate, and connected space. A place where we focus on deficits AND strengths; challenging realities AND hope; ideas AND action.

    Our work involves:

    • Installing and launching a communal SSW Library (coming soon | expected Spring/Summer 2016!)
    • Designing, selecting, and hosting relaxation, meditation, and/or mindfulness classes (coming soon | expected Fall 2016!)
    • Drafting a proposal to begin a Positivity Ambassador Program
    • Generating and proposing ideas to decision-makers for more creative use of common spaces within the SSW

    VIEW the upcoming meeting agenda.

    Add this meeting to your calendar using the "Add to Google Calendar" button below.

    Lunch will be provided! Please RSVP so that we have an accurate count.

    RSVP required

    This SIG is co-sponsored by the Office of Student Services, the Office of the Associate Dean for Educational Programs, and the Leadership in Community Benefit Organizations program.

  2. Alumni Leaders Talk with Executive Coach, Surry Scheerer »

    June 1, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Have lunch and hear from our alumna, Surry Scheerer about her path to leadership. 

    Surry began her career as a clinical social worker in private practice. She has since pivoted and extended her scope as a consultant and Coach Leader through the Ross School of Business Executive MBA Program. 

    Surry will share how she has utilized and leveraged her Clinical Social Work experiences and skills in her leadership roles today!

    RSVP Here »

  3. Field Educational Agreement Due for Review »

    June 1, 2016 - 5:00pm

    Field Educational Agreement due for review to the Office of Field Instruction. 

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