Student Social Work Association
Our purpose is to increase students’ knowledge about the social work profession through connecting student with resources and networks in the professional field of social welfare, and provide a social environment in which to volunteer and enrich the community.
Who can be a member?
Any graduate or undergraduate student enrolled at UWM in the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare.
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Benefits of SSWA Membership
SSWA holds monthly events. Join us for one or all of our upcoming events. Events include social activities, volunteer opportunities, and informational sessions about topics in the field of social welfare.
Criminal Justice Student Association
The CJSA will serve as an organizational forum for students interested in criminology and criminal justice. More specifically, the CJSA will cultivate a network among and between undergraduate and graduate students at UWM, as well as connecting members with practitioners working within the criminal and juvenile justice systems in Milwaukee and neighboring areas. In addition to establishing a presence on campus, CJSA members will focus significant attention on community engagement and service in accord with the mission of the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare and UWM.
Benefits of CJSA Membership
The CJSA also has monthly meetings scheduled throughout the spring semester and welcomes all interested students regardless of major. If you are interested in more information about CJSA, please contact Dr. Kimberly Hassell (firstname.lastname@example.org) who serves as the faculty advisor for the group.
The CJSA is currently hosting a food drive for the Hunger Task Force: https://www.hungertaskforce.org/
The CJSA Hunger Task Force Donation Bin is located in Enderis Hall on the 11th floor in the main lobby area directly across from the elevators. Please consider donating healthy, non-perishable food items, including peanut butter, canned fruit in 100% fruit juice, and low or no sugar added cereal (items the Hunger Task Force is specifically requesting). The CJSA will collect donations for the Hunger Task Force through May 17th.
The CJSA has a team signed up to participate in the “Polar Plunge” on Sunday, February 17th, 2019 at the Milwaukee County Zoo to support Wisconsin Special Olympics. If you are considering or planning on contributing to Special Olympics Wisconsin, please use this link to support the CJSA team: https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?langPref=en-CA&TSID=896670.
Trauma Studies Association
The Trauma Studies Association is an interdisciplinary organization at the University of Milwaukee intending to promote the knowledge of and advocacy for the field of trauma studies. Education, community building and advocacy are the goals of the association. Students, faculty and the community will learn and share innovative approaches. UWM is at the forefront of Trauma Studies and the TSA will provide students an opportunity to augment their education by exploring current developments in this flourishing area of mental health.
Interdisciplinary Trauma Symposium 2018
December 15 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Social workers, healthcare professionals, educators, students, and community members: Join us at the Interdisciplinary Trauma Symposium on December 15.
The symposium will explore cutting edge trauma-informed care practices that focus on the intersections of trauma, resilience and social justice.
Union Fireside Lounge, located in the West Wing of the Campus Level in the UWM Student Union.
UWM Students: $10
Non-UWM Students: $20
Community Members: $40
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Hosted by the Trauma Studies Association
- Faculty Advisor: Dimitri Topitzes
- Graduate Student Liaison: Maria Brelis Schirmer
Who can be a member?
Any undergraduate or graduate student at UWM can join the TSA.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org