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“Staff have helped me accomplish my teaching goals and faculty development work, and staff members contribute to my sense of well-being and community in the school. The staff have been as much my colleagues as the faculty.” Learn more about the new gift Wendy Smith, retired associate dean for curriculum planning and assessment and clinical associate professor, has given for staff awards.
March 01 Mining Social Media to Improve Public Health Location: UPC
March 03 Motivational Interviewing for Change for Nurses Location: Other
March 06 Expressive Arts in Clinical Work and Teaching Location: UPC
March 08 California Social Welfare Archives 32nd Annual Awards Reception Location: OtherSee All Events
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