Assistant Professor, Social Work

first_imgJob Description:The Department of Family Therapy and Social Work in the GraduateSchool of Education and Allied Professions invites applications fora Tenure Track, Assistant Professor position in the Master ofSocial Work, Clinical Specialist program beginning Fall 2021. Weare seeking candidates with a demonstrated commitment to theprofession and practice of clinical social work.The successful candidate will have a strong commitment to teaching,research and diversity, equity and inclusion. Applicants must showevidence of an active research/scholarship agenda on anti-racismwithin the US context, including interpersonal and structuralracism, bias, and/or health/mental health inequities. The candidatemust demonstrate potential for or evidence of excellence inteaching. The candidate should evidence experience in engagementwith under-served populations and demonstrate a commitment to theSchool’s mission of advancing human rights and social justice. TheMSW program is currently in candidacy with CSWE with the followingmission and vision.Program Mission StatementThe MSW program at Fairfield University prepares graduates torecognize and value the inherent worth and dignity of all peopleand promotes the wellbeing of individuals, families, groups,organizations and communities. The program is committed to servinga diverse society and advancing respect for diversity, human rightsand social, economic and environmental justice. The program seeksto prepare graduates who possess strong knowledge, skills andvalues, and uphold the highest standards of professional socialwork practice. The program educates students in collaboration withcommunity partners and advances the social work profession throughthe scholarly contributions of faculty and students.Program Vision StatementThe MSW program at Fairfield University aims to developintellectual rigor, personal integrity, multidisciplinarycollaboration, informed decision-making, self-reflection and socialresponsibility and promote the profession of social work byeducating students to become leaders for social change. The programaspires to prepare highly competent professionals who are skilledat providing effective service, integrating interdisciplinaryknowledge, theory, and social work values with practice to addresssocial needs. The program seeks to inspire students to academic andpractice excellence.The successful candidate will: The salary and benefit package are competitive.Application InstructionsReview of applications will begin January 1, 2021 and continueuntil the position is filled. For full consideration, please click”Apply Now” and upload the following materials: Note: If you have more than 5 documents to upload to yourapplication, please combine them into 5 or less documents.Equal Employment Opportunity StatementFairfield University is a Jesuit, Catholic university that strivesto integrate research excellence with a foundational commitment toformative liberal arts education. Fairfield University is anaffirmative action, equal opportunity employer and does notdiscriminate on the basis of any legally protected categoryincluding disability and protected veteran status.In concert with our Jesuit, Catholic mission, Fairfield Universityis dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse andpluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working ina diverse environment and strongly encourages applications frompersons of color, individuals with disabilities, and coveredveterans. Fairfield University and the Graduate School of Educationand Allied Professions are committed to social justice in theirpursuit to address the world’s urgent problems.To learn more about how Fairfield University supports diversity andinclusion throughout the University, please visit Hold a doctoral degree in Social Work from a CSWE accreditedprogram before this appointment begins on September 1, 2021. ABDcandidates with be considered with a scheduled Spring 2021 defensedate.Demonstrate research, scholarship and practice experience withpeople of color.Be eligible for licensure as an LCSW in the state ofConnecticut.Demonstrated capacity to teach across the Social Workcurriculum and populations including children, adolescents andfamilies, social policy, and clinical practice andsupervision.Demonstrated use of theories that inform the applicant’sresearch and teaching, such as but not limited to, theories ofanti-racism, intersectional theories, theories of oppression, orcritical race theory.Demonstrate a commitment to diversity and social justice inpractice, teaching, and/or research.Have experience implementing initiatives to increase equity,diversity, and inclusion at the program/departmental/communitylevels.Be active in professional organizations and universityservice.Bilingual fluency preferred.center_img For further information or questions please contact Dawn DeBiase,MSW Program Director at [email protected]:Academic – Faculty Tenure/Tenure TrackAll offers of employment are contingent upon a satisfactorybackground check.Fairfield University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Actionemployer, committed to excellence through diversity, and, in thisspirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons ofcolor, Veterans, and members of historically underrepresentedgroups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations toall qualified individuals with a disability.Load a resume or CV first, then upload supporting documentsincluding a cover letter at the bottom of the third page under the”My Experience” section where it says to upload a Resume/CV.You will be able to upload up to 5 other documents in this section.You will be unable to edit your application, so please have alldocuments available before applying. Faculty Positions : Ifyou need to upload more than 5 documents, please either combinethem to upload or email the additional documents to the applicablecontact in the job description. Staff positions : If youneed to upload more than 5 documents, please either combine them toupload or email them to [email protected] Cover letterCurriculum vitaeStatement describing your work involving issues of equity,diversity, and inclusion and teaching philosophyContact information for three referenceslast_img read more

PHOTOS: Magic City Hippies Deliver Two-Night Colorado Run

first_imgMagic City Hippies | Gothic Theatre | Denver, CO | 2/7/20 | Photo: Colin McKinley Load remaining images Magic City Hippies wrapped up a two-night run in Colorado this weekend, where the indie-alt pop group performed in Boulder and Denver on Thursday and Friday.Related: The Strokes Debut New Song At Bernie Sanders Rally, Announce Studio Album, ‘The New Abnormal’ [Videos]With opening support from Tim Atlas, Magic City Hippies kicked off the weekend a day early on Thursday night at the Fox Theatre in Boulder. The next evening, the bands headed down to Denver for a show at the Gothic Theatre. Both concerts saw the band play through a collection of fan favorites as well as new material from their latest album, Modern Animal, released last year. With their monogrammed neon sign in tow and frontman Robby Hunter‘s tropical shirts, Magic City Hippies created a laid back, island vibe that allowed fans to relax and forget about the adverse weather going on outside, at least until the drive home.The band continues the western jaunt of the Modern Animal Tour at the Top Hat in Missoula, MT tonight, February 11th, where they will be paired up with Tim Atlas for the final time. Starting Thursday, February 13th, Magic City Hippies will be received support with The Palms for the next leg of the tour.For tickets and a full list of dates, head to the band’s website. Scroll down to check out a couple galleries of photos from Magic City Hippies’ Colorado run, courtesy of Colin McKinley.Magic City Hippies | Fox Theatre | Boulder, CO | 2/6/20 | Photo: Colin McKinleycenter_img Load remaining imageslast_img read more

GSK announces support for clinical trial transparency

first_imgFeb 5, 2013 (CIDRAP News) – GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) today announced that it has signed on in support of the AllTrials campaign, a push by scientists and medical groups to urge drug makers and other researchers to register clinical trials and fully disclose the results.GSK said in a press release that it is committing to make its clinical study reports (CSRs) publicly available through its clinical trials register. CSRs are formal reports that describe details about study design, methods, and results, and are the basis of submissions to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other regulatory agencies.The company said it already shares a significant amount of information about its clinical trials on a publicly available Web site and has vowed to publish the results of clinical trials in peer-reviewed scientific journals.AllTrials is an initiative that was launched on Jan 9 led by five key groups, including the BMJ Group, a Web site called Bad Science, the Centre for Evidence Based Science, the James Lind Alliance, and Sense About Science. More than 50 science research groups, including the Cochrane Coalition and Wellcome Trust, have signed an AllTrials petition pressing for full registration of clinical trials and the reporting of results to help guide medical care and assist other researchers.GSK’s announcement comes just months after the British journal BMJ renewed its high-profile campaign to persuade the drug company Roche to release unpublished clinical trial data on the flu antiviral drug Tamiflu (oseltamivir). The journal also announced that in the future it would publish only drug trials from sponsors who agree to release all trial data when requested.Roche has said nearly 80% of Tamiflu clinical data have been published or made available to scientists online and that most of the rest come from recently completed studies.In its statement today GSK said from now on it will publish CSRs for all of its medicines once they have been approved or discontinued from development and the results have been published. “This is to allow for the data to be first reviewed by regulators and the scientific community. Patient data in the CSRs and their appendices will be removed to ensure patient confidentiality is maintained,” the company said, adding that it will eventually publish CSRs for clinical trials for all approved medicines dating back to the formation of GSK in 2000.Patrick Vallance, MD, PhD, the company’s president of pharmaceuticals research and development, said in the statement, “We are committed to being transparent with our clinical trial data to help advance scientific understanding and inform medical judgment. Our commitment also acknowledges the very great contribution made by the individuals who participate in clinical research.”Ben Goldacre, MBBS, a physician and epidemiologist who has written columns and books about scientific inaccuracy and pharmaceutical marketing, helped form the AllTrials initiative and publicized the group’s mission on his Bad Science Web site. In a Web post today on GSK’s announcement he wrote, “I couldn’t be any happier. This is huge, and internationally huge.”He said GSK’s announcement addressed the practicalities and implications of posting the CSRs. “Because they have discussed these technical details—while I will always wait for the proof in the pudding—I do not believe this is mere lip service.”He explained that CSRs are important, because brief summaries of trials in scientific journals, for example, can be incomplete or misleadingSee also:Feb 5 GSK press releaseFeb 5 Bad Science Web postNov 2, 2012, CIDRAP News story “BMJ renews pressure on Roche to release all Tamiflu trial data”last_img read more

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KSRM Week In Review 11/7 – 11/11

first_imgWednesday 11/9 Thursday 11/10 Soldotna Proposes $100K for Annexation Public Input Process, President Elect Considers Palin as Interior Secretary, Juneau Campus Opposes Consolidating UA Administration, Crossover Legislative Members Create New House Majority Alaskans Re-elect Rep. Young for 23rd Term, Sen. Murkowski’s Early Focus Cited for Win, Knopp Takes House District 30 Seat, Joins Many Incumbents, Alaskans Approve Ballot Measure 1, Vote Down 2, Elodea found near Potter Marsh Low LNG Prices Bringing New Countries to Market, Pawn Shop Stop Solves Sterling Burglary Case, BBB Warns Military Families of Scams, MCB Decides Against Prosecution of Anchorage Shop Tuesday 11/8 Mt. Marathon Committee Announces Changes for 2017, Study Claims Pebble Exploration Clean-up is Inadequate, Decision Forward Expected for AMHS this Month, “Sled Dogs” Documentary Trailer prompts Alaska Musher Reactions Peninsula Voters Out in Force, Mostly out of Duty,School Board Approves Teachers, Support Staff Contracts, Alaskan Wildfire Suppression Personnel head South, Oil Glut slows Crude Rebound FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Friday 11/11 Monday 11/7last_img read more