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2024 CNPD Research & Scholarship Day

Categories: Research, Upcoming Events

Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty from the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines presented their research and other scholarly activities in Social Work, Nursing, and Nutrition & Dietetics. CNPD students and faculty are encouraged to participate in a day of celebrating research, collaboration, scholarship, and creative activities. Undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty from […]

CNPD Research News: March 2024

Categories: News, Research

Submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. CNPD Announcements CNPD Research and Scholarship Day is May 1, 2024 10 a.m. – 1p.m. | Memorial Union Ballroom We want you! CNPD students and faculty are encouraged to participate in a day celebrating research, collaboration, scholarship, and creative activities. Eligible Participants […]

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Celebrating Social Work Month: Empowering our Social Workers

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Social Work alumni

In the spirit of Social Work Month, it’s time to shine a spotlight on the invaluable contributions of social workers—the often overlooked pillars of our communities. Aligned with this year’s theme, “Empowering Social Workers,” we turn to some of our University of North Dakota Social Work alums for insights on how to support and empower […]

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In Service, addressing North Dakota’s workforce needs

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By inspiring students from middle school through graduate school, UND strives to produce the health professionals North Dakota needs, say deans of College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines and School of Medicine & Health Sciences At the UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines, the Clinical Resource & Simulation Center provides realistic, hands-on learning experiences […]

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CNPD Research News: January 2024

Categories: News, Research

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Please remember to submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. CNPD Research and Scholarship Day, May 1, 2024 10 a.m. – 1p.m. | Memorial Union Ballroom We want you! CNPD students are encouraged to participate in a day celebrating research, collaboration, scholarship, and creative activities. Eligible Participants CNPD students and […]

2024 Founders Day Award Recipients Announced

Categories: News, Upcoming Events

Congratulations to this year’s Founders Day Award recipients!   The CNPD is pleased to congratulate Lani Moen from the Department of Social Work and Dr. Tracy Enger from the Department of Undergraduate Nursing! Lani Moen is a recipient of the VPAA Outstanding Academic Advisor Award. Dr. Tracy Enger is a recipient of the VPAA Award […]

CNPD Research News: October 2023

Categories: News, Research

Submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. CNPD Accomplishments Congratulations to Dr. Carenlee Barkdull for being awarded a new grant, North Dakota Child Welfare Best Practices Partnership! Please see the link for the article on this new grant! Congratulations to Dean Maridee Shogren on her publication! Scott, K. A., […]

UND Social Work Alum recognized with Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) Champion Award

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Congratulations to UND Social Work alum Traci Van Beek!   Traci played a meaningful role in representing the public child welfare sector in North Dakota at a grantee meeting with the Children’s Bureau in Minneapolis in June. Numerous attendees, including the grant’s federal project officer, noted her helpful and positive contributions. In recognition of her […]

Why Social Work Is Needed Now More Than Ever

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by Isaac Karikari, Kali Heyen, and Ashley Charwood Marking social work month in March, the National Association of Social Workers’ (NASW) selected theme, “Social Work Breaks Barriers” is not just an instance of ritualistic sloganeering. “Social Work Breaks Barriers”, we believe, serves to illustrate why social work is needed (now more than ever). The NASW […]

UND Social Work, partners secure $2.5M to improve state’s American Indian/Alaska Native Child Welfare Outcomes

Categories: Research

The University of North Dakota Department of Social Work at the College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines and its partners have received a second five-year $2.5 million federal award from the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) to continue their work statewide to reduce the disproportionate placement of American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) children away from their families and communities […]