Session: Meet the Scientist Luncheon (Sponsored by University of Pennsylvania) (Society for Social Work and Research 27th Annual Conference - Social Work Science and Complex Problems: Battling Inequities + Building Solutions)

All in-person and virtual presentations are in Mountain Standard Time Zone (MST).

SSWR 2023 Poster Gallery: as a registered in-person and virtual attendee, you have access to the virtual Poster Gallery which includes only the posters that elected to present virtually. The rest of the posters are presented in-person in the Poster/Exhibit Hall located in Phoenix A/B, 3rd floor. The access to the Poster Gallery will be available via the virtual conference platform the week of January 9. You will receive an email with instructions how to access the virtual conference platform.

01 Meet the Scientist Luncheon (Sponsored by University of Pennsylvania)

Thursday, January 12, 2023: 12:15 PM-1:30 PM
Valley of the Sun C, 2nd Level (Sheraton Phoenix Downtown)
Laura Abrams, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, Autumn Asher BlackDeer, PhD, MSW, University of Denver, Kasey Claborn, PhD, na, Maxine Davis, PhD, Rutgers University School of Social Work, Erin Harrop, PhD, LICSW, University of Denver, Justin Harty, PhD, Arizona State University, Kristian Jones, PhD, na, Arati Maleku, Ph.D., The Ohio State University, Felicia Mitchell, PhD, Arizona State University, Camille Quinn, PhD, The Ohio State University, Smitha Rao, PhD, MSW, MSc, Ohio State University and Durrell Washington, University of Chicago
The Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) will be holding the "Meet the Scientist" Luncheon to be held at the SSWR 27th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ. This special session provides a forum for early career scholars including doctoral students, post docs, and assistant professors to talk and interact with invited scholars from all levels (assistant to full professor) who are leaders in social work research and the Society. Participants are encouraged to pair with invited scholars who are at career levels of interest and/or have similar research or advocacy interests. Early career scholars will have the opportunity to ask questions about career development, challenges in the field, research initiatives, and where the field might be heading. Each invited scholar will be seated at a table with up to 6 early career scholars.

Meet the Scientist Luncheon requires a separate registration fee.

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