Wurzweiler School of Social Work http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/yu.edu-dz.6029421734.06029421736 Wurzweiler School of Social Work Wurzweiler School of Social Work Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University EN no Yeshiva University & Wurzweiler School of Social work. iTunes U Podcast Owner sapphire-podcast-owner@group.apple.com Wurzweiler students come from over 60 countries including Israel, Canada, France, Japan, South America, Eastern Europe, and Africa. Many are working people who have to balance the demands of school, work, and family. Our individual attention and flexible programming helps them succeed. Wurzweiler's curriculum is "methods based" and offers concentrations in Social/Clinical Casework, Social Group Work, and Community Social Work/Administration. Field placement agencies are selected for their diversity, quality of service to the community, opportunities for learning, expertise of supervisors, and eagerness to collaborate with the School to create a challenging educational venture for our students. Wurzweiler School of Social Work was established in 1957. Since then, over 7,000 students have received masters' degrees and over 165 doctorates have been awarded. •The School currently enrolls 325 MSW and 60 PhD students. •78% of our students receive some form of financial assistance. •The composition of the students body includes individuals from every religious and ethnic group. •Our faculty are experienced social work practitioners and researchers with doctoral degrees who are nationally and internationally respected scholars and leaders. •Six of our faculty have earned prestigious Fulbright Awards in the past three years. •Our program is nationally accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) through 2017. Our alumni are therapists, managers, administrators, researchers, professors of social work, college deans and legislators. They are employed in every sector of social services,from neighborhood agencies to the federal government. We take pride in the contributions our alumni have made to improving the lives of vulnerable populations throughout the world. Wurzweiler's unique nature stems from an historic emphasis on values and ethics, its respect for ethnicity, and its recognition of the importance of religious beliefs and spirituality. Dr. Norman Linzer and two second year students discuss a required course for all second year students at Wurzweiler that is unique to the school, “Jewish Social Philosophy”. false clean The Philosophy of Helping With: Dr. Norman Linzer, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Dr. Norman Linzer marks his retirement after more than a half-century of association with Wurzweiler School of Social Work with an extraordinary commencement address to graduating students on the subject of his “philosophy of helping”. Dr. Norman Linzer marks his retirement after more than a half-century of association with Wurzweiler School of Social Work with an extraordinary commencement address to graduating students on the subject of his “philosophy of helping”. 23918110868 Tue, 14 May 2013 13:29:58 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:12:14 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 1 How to Use Social Work Education Field Work Wisely Faith Herring, LMSW, graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University A graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work shares ten ways to wisely use the field work experience during social work graduate education. BIO: Faith Herring, LMSW, is a 2010 graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work Concurrent Program. Currently, Ms. Herring works in Child Welfare at a non-profit agency in New York City. She also continues to assist the school with learning events, and plans to pursue a doctoral degree within the next few years. A graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work shares ten ways to wisely use the field work experience during social work graduate education. BIO: Faith Herring, LMSW, is a 2010 graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work Concurrent Program. Currently, Ms. Herring works in Child Welfare at a non-profit agency in New York City. She also continues to assist the school with learning events, and plans to pursue a doctoral degree within the next few years. 13811715150 Mon, 05 Mar 2012 15:33:02 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:08:36 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 3 The Case of Jaime: An Ethical Dilemna Dr. Norman Linzer, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, and Amanda Fialk, LCSW, Doctoral Student at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, and also a student in Dr. Linzer’s Ideology class Dr Norman Linzer and a Wurzweiler doctoral student in social work discusses values and ethics in social work. Dr Norman Linzer and a Wurzweiler doctoral student in social work discusses values and ethics in social work. 8106794219 Tue, 31 May 2011 19:56:56 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:17:26 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 7 Why Wurzweiler Dr. Joan Beder, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Dr. Joan Beder's interview, by Altitude Media airline radio, about what makes Wurzweiler exceptional. Dr. Joan Beder's interview, by Altitude Media airline radio, about what makes Wurzweiler exceptional. 8822946459 Mon, 11 Jul 2011 13:59:30 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:04:12 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 5 "Putting the Welfare of Children First Presented by Carmen Ortiz Hendricks of the Wurzweiler School of Social Work "Putting the Welfare of Children First! "Presented by Wurzweiler School of Social Work http://www.yu.edu/wurzweiler with CARMEN ORTIZ HENDRICKS, DSW, ACSW Professor and Associate Dean Yeshiva University, Wurzweiler School of Social Work Carmen Ortiz Hendricks joined Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work as Associate Dean and Professor in 2005 after being on the faculty of Hunter College School of Social Work of the City University of New York since 1980. A graduate of Wurzweiler’s doctoral program, she currently teaches doctoral courses in Social Work Education and Social Work Administration. Dr. Hendricks is the lead author with Jeanne Finch and Cheryl Franks of Learning to Teach—Teaching to Learn: A Guide to Social Work Field Education by the Council on Social Work Press (2005) which is widely used in Seminars in Field Instruction throughout the U.S. She is co-editor of Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Culturally Competent Approaches with R. Fong, and R. McRoy (2006, Alexandria, VA: CSWE Press). She is principal investigator on the U.S. Children’s Bureau Grant entitled, Child Welfare Traineeship Project Serving Hispanic Families. Carmen Ortiz Hendricks joined Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work as Associate Dean and Professor in 2005 after being on the faculty of Hunter College School of Social Work of the City University of New York since 1980. A graduate of Wurzweiler’s doctoral program, she currently teaches doctoral courses in Social Work Education and Social Work Administration. Dr. Hendricks is the lead author with Jeanne Finch and Cheryl Franks of Learning to Teach—Teaching to Learn: A Guide to Social Work Field Education by the Council on Social Work Press (2005) which is widely used in Seminars in Field Instruction throughout the U.S. She is co-editor of Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Culturally Competent Approaches with R. Fong, and R. McRoy (2006, Alexandria, VA: CSWE Press). She is principal investigator on the U.S. Children’s Bureau Grant entitled, Child Welfare Traineeship Project Serving Hispanic Families. 6031377556 Mon, 24 Jan 2011 18:46:37 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:07:09 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 15 Ten Two One A brief look at the student educational trip to Israel as a collaboration between Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University. A brief look at the student educational trip to Israel as a collaboration between Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University, The Jewish Theological Seminary and UJA Federation of NY. A brief look at the student educational trip to Israel as a collaboration between Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University, The Jewish Theological Seminary and UJA Federation of NY. 17116065022 Mon, 16 Jul 2012 13:34:36 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:05:16 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 2 The Licensure Guide Pt I With C. Mark Miller MSW LCSW ABD , Director of Alumni Relations at Wurzweiler School of Social Work A step by step, line by line guide to applying for the NYS LMSW license: forms must you file, information must you provide, where to mail it and what to expect during the application and pre examination period. C. Mark Miller MSW LCSW ABD is the director of Alumni Relations at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work - Yeshiva University – he is also a therapist at Metropolitan Center for Mental Health in Manhattan. He extensive experience in the field of social work, with many years focused on issues related to the needs of the homeless, homebound frail elderly and the GLBTQ community. He currently provides licensure preparation information and study sessions for students of the Wurzweiler School of Social Work and Alumni. www.yu.edu/wurzweiler C. Mark Miller MSW LCSW ABD is the director of Alumni Relations at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work - Yeshiva University – he is also a therapist at Metropolitan Center for Mental Health in Manhattan. He extensive experience in the field of social work, with many years focused on issues related to the needs of the homeless, homebound frail elderly and the GLBTQ community. He currently provides licensure preparation information and study sessions for students of the Wurzweiler School of Social Work and Alumni. www.yu.edu/wurzweiler 6068290009 Thu, 27 Jan 2011 20:44:58 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:19:32 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 14 Tips on Taking Care and Trusting Yourself with Frederick J. Streets,MSW,DSW, MDiv Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work Dr. Frederick “Jerry” Streets talks about coping with the stress of daily living. Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Rev. Dr. Frederick J. (Jerry) Streets understands the importance of and the complex role religious beliefs and practices play in our efforts to understand different cultures and international relationships and diplomacy. He served as the Chaplain of Yale University and Senior Pastor of the Church of Christ in Yale from 1992-2007 where he established a model for how institutions of higher education can address and establish policies regarding multi-faith issues from global perspectives in the wider life of the university and community. Throughout his career he has fostered programs promoting dialogue between Christian, Jews and Muslims and other religious communities. In honor of Yale's tercentennial, Yale University Press published his (2005) Preaching in the New Millennium. A native of Chicago, Illinois, he has published numerous articles and book chapters addressing domestic and international concerns and is the recipient of many academic and civic awards, the most recent of which ((2011) is the Rev. John LaFarge, S.J. Award from Fairfield University in Connecticut. He is often a guest on state and national television and radio offering commentary on religion, global affairs and mental health. Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Rev. Dr. Frederick J. (Jerry) Streets understands the importance of and the complex role religious beliefs and practices play in our efforts to understand different cultures and international relationships and diplomacy. He served as the Chaplain of Yale University and Senior Pastor of the Church of Christ in Yale from 1992-2007 where he established a model for how institutions of higher education can address and establish policies regarding multi-faith issues from global perspectives in the wider life of the university and community. Throughout his career he has fostered programs promoting dialogue between Christian, Jews and Muslims and other religious communities. In honor of Yale's tercentennial, Yale University Press published his (2005) Preaching in the New Millennium. A native of Chicago, Illinois, he has published numerous articles and book chapters addressing domestic and international concerns and is the recipient of many academic and civic awards, the most recent of which ((2011) is the Rev. John LaFarge, S.J. Award from Fairfield University in Connecticut. He is often a guest on state and national television and radio offering commentary on religion, global affairs and mental health. 6230708356 Thu, 10 Feb 2011 09:41:33 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:10:09 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 13 A Candid Discussion on Aging with: Dr. Susan Bendor and Dr. Norman Linzer. A Candid Discussion on Aging with: Dr. Susan Bendor and Dr. Norman Linzer, Professors at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University. In a candid discussion, Dr. Norman Linzer and Dr. Susan Bendor reveal how they approach aging in their personal and professional lives – a unique perspective from two social work educators. In a candid discussion, Dr. Norman Linzer and Dr. Susan Bendor reveal how they approach aging in their personal and professional lives – a unique perspective from two social work educators. 6529815774 Tue, 01 Mar 2011 09:10:33 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:24:27 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 12 A Conversation Concerning Human Nature Duality Fallibility and Change A Conversation Concerning Human Nature: Duality, Fallibility and Change With: Dr. Norman Linzer, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University and Second Year Wurzweiler Students Baruch Akerman and Tanya Reyes. A Conversation Concerning Human Nature: Duality, Fallibility and Change With: Dr. Norman Linzer, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University and Second Year Wurzweiler Students Baruch Akerman and Tanya Reyes. 7115120117 Wed, 06 Apr 2011 08:17:29 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:21:22 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 11 The Impact of US Travel Restrictions on Cuban Americans by Dr David Strug The Impact of US Travel Restrictions on Cuban Americans Dr. David Strug, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Description: Dr. David Strug discusses his experiences with, and the impact of, US travel restrictions on Cuban Americans from a social work perspective. Dr. David Strug, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Description: Dr. David Strug discusses his experiences with, and the impact of, US travel restrictions on Cuban Americans from a social work perspective. 7624441340 Wed, 04 May 2011 14:13:36 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:22:48 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 10 Dr. Gary Stein, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University (AUDIO VERSION) Dr. Gary Stein, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Dr. Gary Stein discusses opportunities and challenges for palliative care in social work. Dr. Gary Stein discusses opportunities and challenges for palliative care in social work. 8035733823 Fri, 27 May 2011 14:13:19 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:09:51 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 9 Dr. Gary Stein, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University (VIDEO VERSION) Dr. Gary Stein, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Dr. Gary Stein discusses opportunities and challenges for palliative care in social work. Dr. Gary Stein discusses opportunities and challenges for palliative care in social work. 8033115445 Fri, 27 May 2011 14:20:41 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:09:51 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 8 The Case of Alexis: A Conflict of Values Dr. Norman Linzer, Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, and Cheryl Arnaud MSW, 2011 MSW Graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University. Dr. Norman Linzer and a Wurzweiler MSW Alumnus and Child Protective Specialist discuss values and ethics in social work, suggesting that many conflicts of social work can be better understood when ascribed to differences in values among involved parties. Dr. Norman Linzer and a Wurzweiler MSW Alumnus and Child Protective Specialist discuss values and ethics in social work, suggesting that many conflicts of social work can be better understood when ascribed to differences in values among involved parties. 8774726578 Fri, 08 Jul 2011 14:42:22 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:10:54 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 6 " Living Service" - The Wurzweiler Spring 2011 Commencement Speech Chris Kraft, LMSW (Lieutenant with the NYPD Auxiliary), introduced by Dean Sheldon R. Gelman Chris Kraft, a three decade and highly decorated veteran Lieutenant with the NYPD Auxiliary, a licensed social worker, a 9/11 aftermath counselor and more shares the genesis, values and motivations of a life of service in a candid, entertaining and moving talk as the commencement speaker for the May 18, 2011 graduation at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University. Chris Kraft, a three decade and highly decorated veteran Lieutenant with the NYPD Auxiliary, a licensed social worker, a 9/11 aftermath counselor and more shares the genesis, values and motivations of a life of service in a candid, entertaining and moving talk as the commencement speaker for the May 18, 2011 graduation at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University. 8826433263 Mon, 11 Jul 2011 14:00:01 GMT Wurzweiler School of Social Work 0:20:08 clean Teaching & Learning Yeshiva University NO no 4