By: Matt Brenner, Editor and Information Specialist
Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

More than a dozen Chapin Hall staff members will contribute to presentations at the 2018 annual Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) conference. The conference, “Achieving Equal Opportunity, Equity, and Justice,” features more than 500 symposia, workshops, roundtables, and paper and poster presentations and will be held January 10-14 in Washington, DC. Information about all presentations can be found in the conference program.

The Voices of Youth Count project will be the focus of one symposium. Research Fellow Amy Dworsky organized the symposium, which presents four papers highlighting findings from a different VoYC component. (For all papers and presentations, names in bold indicate a presenting author.)

Chapin Hall staff will also participate in additional workshops and sessions. Titles of these workshops are below; names in bold indicate a presenting author.

SSWR is dedicated to the advancement of social work research. It works collaboratively with other organizations to improve support for research among social workers.

Contact Matt Brenner,, for more information on events at Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago or to learn more about the presentations above.

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