Smith College. School for Social Work
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Social worker and professor. Reynolds' professional career is well documented, including her years as associate director of the Smith College School for Social Work; as case supervisor at National Maritime Union; and as a teacher of social work. She also published numerous texts on the practice of social work. Material includes correspondence, published and unpublished writings, lectures, oral histories, and memorabilia.
Pacifist; psychiatric social worker; and political activist. The collection documents topics such as conscientious objector status during the Vietnam War; nuclear disarmament; the environment; homelessness; the plight of migrant farm workers; and governmental waste and mismanagement; as well as her work with the WPA and other agencies. Materials include photographs; correspondence; and unpublished autobiographical writings, including recordings and interpretations of her dreams.
Graduate Work records include files on individuals who did graduate work at Smith and information on Smith graduate programs and non-degree programs.
Howard Parad is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and served as Dean of the Smith College School for Social Work from 1956 to 1971. The collection contains materials pertaining to Parad's career as a practioner and teacher of clinical social work, including correspondence, syllabi, lecture notes and speeches, essays drafts and published articles, research data, and subject files.
Jean Leach was a social worker and family therapist. The collection contains speeches, articles, and biographical clippings.
Professor of social work; family therapist. Papers consist of published books and journal articles.
Alumna. dean of the School for Social Work. Collection contains news clippings, films, photographs and publications documenting the professional life of Katherine Gabel, Class of 1959.
The collection consists mostly of personal and professional papers of Katherine Gabel, a social worker. It also includes printed material related to the Adobe Mountain School and the Smith College School for Social work.
Professor and social worker. Articles highlight the extensive research she conducted on the topics of family intervention, mental health consultation, and short-term casework. In the course of her career, Rapoport conducted consultations, workshops, and seminars at various institutions in the U.S. and abroad. Material includes correspondence, lectures, and published and unpublished articles.
Social worker; Editor. Biographical material; diaries; writings; correspondence; printed material; and photographs. Included are introspective diaries kept during her teens and twenties; professional writings.
Smith College School for Social Work, Center for Innovative Practice and Social Work Education records
The Center for Innovative Practice and Social Work Education was started in 1999 to generate and disseminate new practice knowledge, initially to influence professional education and ultimately to impact social policy and service delivery. Its records consist primarily of End-of-Life Care program material as well as that of Partners for Success and Clinicians of Color. Material types include partnership and foundation files, program financials, evaluation reports, and case studies.
This collection contains the records of the Smith College School for Social Work, Office of Alumni Affairs and Development. The records document the office's work on alummni relations, alumni chapters, fundraising from alumni, grant writing and administration, the alumni biographical files, training and resource sharing related to alumni job placement, and the Continuing Education program.
The Smith College School for Social Work, Office of Field Education oversees the placement of M.S.W. students in field internships and organizes the faculty advisers and on-site supervisors at affiliated centers. The records documents the work of the Office to develop and maintain the field education program. Particularly well documented is the Schools networking and relationship building with various social work-related agencies around the U.S.
The Office of the Dean provides administrative oversight and leadership for the School for Social Work. It oversees all academic, administrative, and social aspects of the school's departments, students, faculty, and staff. The Smith College School for Social Work, Office of the Dean records contains the administrative and programmatic records of the Office of the Dean, including records related to the departments and committees overseen by the office.
The School for Social Work, Office of the Registrar oversees the academic life of MSW, PhD, and Continuing Education students. This collection includes documentation of the MSW, PhD, and Continuing Education programs, as well as administrative records of the Office of the Registrar. A significant portion of the collection is made up of student transcripts.
Oral history interviews with important figures in the field of social work. Audio tapes and transcriptions available for most interviews.
Social worker and professor. Specializing in treatment of emotionally disturbed children, Feldman conducted seminars and institutes around the country; and served as consultant for numerous institutions, social work agencies, and case workers. Material includes writings (including autobiographical material), teaching material, correspondence, case notes, and photographs.