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‘Beyond Books’ Discussion Explores Library-Based Social Work
Libraries around the nation are evolving to serve their communities in new ways. This May 6 virtual event explores library-based social work.
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NYU McSilver Institute Announces 2024 Fellows-in-Residence
Award-winning public official and soft power strategist Penny Abeywardena and nationally recognized education innovator Jeffrey Ginsburg join returning fellows NEW YORK – Government leader and international affairs expert Penny Abeywardena, and Jeffrey Ginsburg, who is the incoming President & CEO of Volunteers of America Greater New York in March, are joining the McSilver Institute of […]
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Experts, Government Officials Kick Off Policy-Focused Equity Conversation Series
Led by Council Member Nantasha Williams, the three roundtable discussions seek to produce real solutions to the ongoing equity crises in New York City (NEW YORK) – Leading academics, practitioners, subject-matter experts, and New York City government officials will gather Thursday for the first in an unprecedented series of intensive invite-only roundtables focused on addressing […]
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Teams at NYU and University of Minnesota to Identify Child Maltreatment Causes Using Causal Data Science

NYU Grossman, Silver, and McSilver, with University of Minnesota, received a $7.6M P50 Grant for the NICHD-funded CHAMP Center A new, federally-funded research center collaboration between New York University’s Grossman School of Medicine, Silver School of Social Work, McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, along with the University of Minnesota, are investigating the use […]
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New Grant Awarded to Address the Impact of Trauma on School Performance in Southeast Queens, NY

The McSilver Institute, the Metropolitan Center, and the Research Alliance for New York City Schools are the recipients of a prestigious $75,000 Vision Grant from the Spencer Foundation to establish a research initiative to understand and address overlapping traumas that impact educational outcomes for marginalized youth.
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NYU McSilver Institute Announces 2024 Fellows-in-Residence

Award-winning public official and soft power strategist Penny Abeywardena and nationally recognized education innovator Jeffrey Ginsburg join returning fellows NEW YORK – Government leader and international affairs expert Penny Abeywardena, and Jeffrey Ginsburg, who is the incoming President & CEO of Volunteers of America Greater New York in March, are joining the McSilver Institute of […]
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Experts, Government Officials Kick Off Policy-Focused Equity Conversation Series

Led by Council Member Nantasha Williams, the three roundtable discussions seek to produce real solutions to the ongoing equity crises in New York City (NEW YORK) – Leading academics, practitioners, subject-matter experts, and New York City government officials will gather Thursday for the first in an unprecedented series of intensive invite-only roundtables focused on addressing […]
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NYU McSilver, Rutgers University Academy of Peer Services Co-Launch Technical Assistance Center for Peer Support Services

NY State Office of Mental Health provides $4 million in funding for new PeerTAC program NEW YORK — A new partnership launched in January will provide training, technical assistance, and consultation to New York State mental health practitioners and organizations using peer support services — credible service providers that share similar backgrounds, ages, and other […]
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