Table Of Contents

Descriptive Summary

Administrative History

Scope and Content Information

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Subject and Genre Headings

Administrative Information

Container List

Series 1: Office of the Dean 1984-1999, Undated

Series 2: Administrative 1965-2000, Undated

Series 3: Accreditation 1965-1995, Undated

Series 4: Faculty 1965-1997, Undated

Series 5: Subject Files 1964-1999, Undated

Series 6: Continuing Education Program (CEP) Publications 1973-1990, Undated

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SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE RECORDS, (UA-690), 1964-2000




Descriptive Summary

Title: School of Social Welfare Records
Date: 1964-2000
Physical Characteristics: 20.4 cubic ft.
Abstract: The School of Social Welfare Records document the history and day-to-day operations of the School at the University at Albany since its first full year of operation in 1964 through 2000.
Storage: The materials are located onsite in the department.
Language: The materials in the collection are in English.
Repository: M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University at Albany, SUNY

Administrative History

The Board of Trustees of the State University of New York established the School of Social Welfare in December of 1963. Impetus for creation of the School came as a result of two reports, the Moreland Commission Report in January of 1963 and the New York State Committee Report on Medical Education in June of 1963. Both reports concluded that the State of New York faced critical shortage of social workers. As one means of alleviating this shortage, a new School of Social Welfare was proposed situated on the campus of the State University of New York at Albany (SUNYA).

In 1964, Dr. Richardson L. Rice was appointed the school's first dean and began efforts to establish a two-year master's program in social welfare. The first class of twenty-seven students entered the master's program in the fall of 1965 and graduated on June 11, 1967. The Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) granted accreditation for the master's program in 1969.

1968 saw the founding of the associated Institute of Gerontology. The study of aging would later develop into a major research and teaching emphasis of the School of Social Welfare. From 1981 to 1997, in recognition of the support received from Rhoda and Stan Ringel, the Institute was called the Ringel Institute of Gerontology.

In 1970, the University Senate approved the bachelor's degree program in Social Welfare and initial consideration was given to a proposal for a Ph. D. program. The undergraduate course offerings began in the 1970-1971 school year, and the Schools' master's program was reaccredited. A broadening of the curriculum also occurred with the addition of required courses in geriatrics, social policy analysis, and program development. Social policy analysis became a formal area of concentration and the School added a new concentration in Social Welfare Administration to the curriculum.

The early 1970s saw a rising chorus of demands for SUNYA to become active in working for social change. The School of Social Welfare responded to this demand by continuing its pursuit of minority students and faculty, and creating a number of programs that focused on social problems. A Social Service Study Unit was created to refer student volunteers to local agencies. A Neighborhood Services Unit (renamed the Neighborhood Outreach Unit in 1973) was also created to provide assistance to inner city residents. Stationed in Arbor Hill, this unit functioned as a clinical teaching facility, providing counseling to married couples and aid to senior citizens. Together these two programs constituted the Community Service Program, designed to involve enrolled students in volunteer social work.

Despite the decline in federal support and the precarious nature of state finances during the early 1970s, the School launched a number of new initiatives. In the fall of 1972, a full undergraduate major was offered leading to a B.S. degree. By the spring of 1973 the undergraduate degree program was accredited. The School introduced field instruction in 1973-1974 with courses offered in state and private agencies where staff and personnel supervised and instructed enrolled students. The 1972-1973 school year saw the newly created Institute of Gerontology collaborate with the State Office for the Aging in research projects.

In the face of continued fiscal strain, the School launched new programs in continuing education during 1974-1975. These included an extended study management program and a comprehensive education program for child welfare workers. Both concentrated on problems associated with child abuse and were designed to allow part-time study toward a professional degree. By 1976 these programs enrolled 750 county and state agency personnel. The relationships established between the School and outside community agencies and institutions helped the School obtain $1.3 million dollars in grants.

The State of New York, as well as the various regional agencies, sought to use the School's expertise to solve pressing social problems. In 1976, the State requested services to aid with the Temporary State Commission on Child Welfare. The State wanted to develop a new legal service manual for child welfare workers, overhaul state laws concerning child welfare and institute new training programs for social workers. The School contributed to these goals by creating the Continuing Education Project, later renamed the Continuing Education Program (CEP), during 1975-1976 to extend educational opportunities to state and local social service agencies and by sponsoring numerous educational conferences.

The creation of the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy in 1981-1982 and the incorporation of the School of Social Welfare into the College signaled renewed growth for the School. The first evidence of this development was the establishment of an accelerated bachelor's/master's degree program offering a shortened program (12 months instead of 18). The school also implemented program changes to meet the needs of part-time students. The SUNY Board of Trustees approved the long-planned Ph. D. in Social Welfare in 1982, and the program accepted its first doctoral candidates in 1984.

The creation of Rockefeller College provided impetus for the School of Social Welfare to pool its resources with other schools in the College. By the mid-1980s the School cooperated in a number of endeavors with the Schools of Criminal Justice, Public Administration, and Public Policy. Plans were also made to create a graduate program incorporating Health Policy and Management.

Currently, the School of Social Welfare offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees with B.S.W. and M.S.W. programs accredited by the Council on Social Work Education, the national accrediting body. There continues to be a strong emphasis on community engagement at the local level, and research and field work opportunities are now global in scope with international programs in Ireland, South Africa, South Korea, Russia, Peru, and other countries.

In line with community engagement, the School maintains a commitment to investigation of the evolving human needs of the 21st century. To achieve this goal the School offers a broad spectrum of research opportunities through various research centers and institutes, including the Center for Excellence in Aging Services and Community Wellness, the Center for Human Services Research, the Center for Innovation in Mental Health Research, the Institute of Gerontology, the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute, and the New York State Social Work Education Consortium.

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Deans of the School of Social Welfare

1964-1969 Richardson L. Rice
1969-1970 Charles T. O'Reilly
1970-1971 William S. Rooney, Acting Dean
1971-1976 Charles T. O'Reilly
1976-1980 Seth W. Spellman
1980-1989 Stuart Kirk
1989-1990 Susan R. Sherman, Acting Dean
1990-2000 Lynn Videcka-Sherman
2000-present Katharine Briar-Lawson

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Scope and Content Information

The records of the School of Social Welfare span from the School's first full year of operation in 1964 to 2000. Early records relating to the founding of the School include annual reports from 1967-1968 through 1977-1978, accreditation reports and internal self-studies from 1966-1975, proposals for the bachelor's, master's, and the Ph. D. programs, faculty meeting minutes from 1965-1971, and various School of Social Welfare bulletins from the 1960s and 1970s. The bulk of the materials, however, document the day-to-day operations of the School from 1990-2000, during Lynn Videcka-Sherman's tenure as dean. There is little correspondence or other communication from deans prior to Videcka-Sherman. A significant portion of the records consist of publications from the Resource Guide Series produced by the Continuing Education Program, ranging from 1973-1990.

Related collections include Maureen C. Diedier, School of Social Welfare 25th Anniversary Oral History Collection (UA-902.019) and the Ringel Institute for Gerontology Records (UA–690.015).

Photographs of faculty and students from the School of Social Welfare from the University Archives Photograph Collection are available for viewing online from the University at Albany Libraries' Digital Collections database.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into the following series:

Series 1 - Office of the Dean, 1984-1999, Undated
Series 2 - Administrative, 1965-2000, Undated
Series 3 - Accreditation, 1965-1995, Undated
Series 4 - Faculty, 1965-1997, Undated
Series 5 - Subject Files, 1964-1999, Undated
Series 6 - Continuing Education Program (CEP) Publications, 1973-1990, Undated

All series are arranged chronologically with the exception of Series 5 and Series 6, which are arranged alphabetically.

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Restrictions

Access

Access to this record group is unrestricted with the exception of the folders marked on the inventory below.

Copyright

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

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Subject Headings

Corporate Bodies

Council on Social Work Education.
National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work (U.S.)
Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
State University of New York at Albany
State University of New York at Albany. School of Social Welfare
State University of New York at Albany. School of Social Welfare. Continuing Education Program
State University of New York at Albany. School of Social Welfare. Continuing Education Project

Subjects

Community-based social services--United States
Resource guide series (State University of New York at Albany. School of Social Welfare. Continuing Education Program)
Schools of social work--Admission
Schools of social work--Entrance requirements
Schools of social work--Faculty
Schools of social work--United States
Social service--Accreditation--United States
Social service--Fieldwork--Study and teaching--United States.
Social service--New York (State)
Social service--Vocational guidance--United States

Places

Albany (N.Y.)

Genres and Forms

Administrative records
Agendas (administrative records)
Annual reports
Budgets
Bulletins
Clippings
Correspondence
Files by subject
Minutes (administrative records)
Newsletters
Publications

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, School of Social Welfare Records, 1964-2000, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the School of Social Welfare Records).

Acquisition Information

The School of Social Welfare transferred 3 cubic feet of materials to the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives in the late 1980s and the remainder in 2000.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Kate Morris
Date: © 2013 By the University at Albany, SUNY. All rights reserved.
Revision history: -

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Container List

Series 1: Office of the Dean, 1984-1999, Undated 3 cubic feet
Arranged chronologically.
Most materials from this series relate to the period from 1990-2000, during which time Lynn Videcka-Sherman was dean of the School of Social Welfare. These materials represent the day-to-day files from the dean’s office, and include correspondence and other communication throughout the series. There is a sizeable amount of materials relating to the National Association of Deans and Directors of Social Work (NADD), including agendas and planning documents for annual meetings. Lynn Videcka-Sherman acted as president of NADD from 1993-1995 and the materials reflect her time with the organization. Other associations represented include the New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools and the New York Chapter of the National Association of Social Work.
In 1997 a shift in record keeping occurred with a new system of filing all communications and day-to-day documents in folders labeled generically as "day file." This shift differed from the previous method of filing dean's correspondence and memoranda in separate folders for each year and of creating more specific folders for other materials. The archivist elected to maintain original order of the materials.
Box Folder
1 1-2 National Conference of Deans and Directors Implementation Task Force, 1984-1987
3 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1988-1989 Undated
4-5 NADD Meetings, 1988-1990 Undated
6-8 1989 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1989-1990
9-11 1993 Dean's Memoranda - RESTRICTED, 1989-1993
12-13 1990 Dean's Memoranda, 1990
14-15 1990 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1990 Undated
16 NADD Public Health Service Act, 1990
17 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1990 Undated
18 NADD March 1991 Meeting - New Orleans, 1990-1991
19 NADD Publications, 1990-1991
20 NADD Deanship Study Committee Correspondence and Planning - Social Work Deanship Book, 1990-1993
21 NADD January 1995 Retreat - Washington, 1990 1994-1995 Undated
22-23 1991 Dean's Correspondence, 1991
24 1991 Dean's Memoranda, 1991
25 NADD October 1991 Meeting - Key West, 1991
26-27 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1991 Undated
28 NADD Information Committee, 1991-1992 Undated
29 NADD October 1992 Meeting - Santa Fe, 1991-1994 Undated
Box Folder
2 1-2 1994 Dean's Memoranda - RESTRICTED, 1991 1994
3 1993-1994 NADD President's Correspondence, 1991-1996 Undated
4 1992 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1992
5 NADD Publications, 1992
6 NADD Reports, 1992
7 NADD March 1992 Meeting - Kansas City, 1992 Undated
8 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1992 Undated
9 NADD Deanship Survey, 1992-1993 1995 Undated
10-12 1993 Dean's Correspondence, 1993
13 NADD National Institute of Mental Health, 1993
14 NADD Study of the Deanship Dataset Request, 1993
15 Millennium Project, 1993 Undated
16 NADD Business Meeting February 1993 - New York, 1993 Undated
17 NADD October 1993 Meeting - Puerto Rico, 1993 Undated
18 NADD October 1993 - Puerto Rico Barbara Blum Speech, 1993
19-20 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1993 Undated
21-22 1994 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1994
23 NADD Female Deans, 1994
24 NADD Study - Social Work Deans in the 1990s: Survey Findings, 1994
25 NADD March 1994 Meeting - Atlanta, 1994 Undated
26 NADD October 1994 Meeting - Myrtle Beach, 1994 Undated
27-28 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1994
29-30 1995 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1995
31 1995 Dean's Memoranda, 1995
32 NADD Legislative Affairs, 1995
33 NADD March 1995 Meeting - San Diego, 1995
34 1995-1997 NADD Program Committee, 1995
Box Folder
3 1 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1995
2 NADD Fall 1995 Meeting - San Antonio, 1995
3 NADD Organizational Priorities Committee, 1995 Undated
4 NADD Newsletter, 1995-1996
5 1996 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1996
6 Fall 1996 Correspondence - RESTRICTED, 1996
7 Fall 1996 Memoranda - RESTRICTED, 1996
8 1996 NADD Meetings, 1996 Undated
9-10 New York State Association of Deans of Social Work Schools, 1996-1997
11-12 1997 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED (1 - 2 of 4 folders), 1997
Box Folder
4 1-2 1997 Dean's Correspondence - RESTRICTED (3 - 4 of 4 folders), 1997
3 1997 Dean's Memoranda, 1997
4-9 Day File - RESTRICTED (1 - 6 of 7 folders), 1997-1999 Undated
Box Folder
5 1 Day File - RESTRICTED (7 of 7 folders), 1997-1999 Undated
Series 2: Administrative , 1965-2000, Undated .7 cubic feet
Arranged chronologically.
The majority of the Administrative series includes annual reports for the School of Social Welfare and the Continuing Education Program, and a variety of budgetary reports for programs within the School of Social Welfare. Correspondence and memoranda relating to administrative and budgetary issues are also included, with a large portion relating to the executive order for a hiring freeze by Governor George Pataki in January 1995 in response to the 1995-1996 New York State budget deficit. These documents and communication outline contingency plans and scenarios for budget cuts and the affect those cuts would have on the School of Social Welfare.
Box Folder
1 1 1967/1968 - 1968/1969 Annual Reports, 1968-1969
2 Budget Request - Doctoral Program, ca. 1970
3 1970/1971 - 1972/1973 Annual Reports, 1971-1973
4 1971/1972 Annual Report Community Service Program, 1972
5 1973/1974 - 1974/1975 Annual Reports, 1974-1975
6 1975/1976 Annual Report of the Continuing Education Project, 1976
7 1975/1976 - 1976/1977 Annual Reports, 1976-1977
8 1977/1978 Annual Reports, 1978
9-11 1994-1995 Budget Cuts - RESTRICTED, 1994-1995 Undated
12 1994-1995 Income Reimbursable Budget, 1995 Undated
13 Budget Reduction Contingency and Planning Program Decisions, 1995-1996
Box Folder
2 1-2 1996-1997 Budget, 1995-1996 Undated
3 Budget Reports, 1998-2000
4 1998-1999 Budget, 1998 Undated
5 1999-2000 Budget Preparation, 1999
Series 3: Accreditation, 1965-1995, Undated 2.2 cubic feet
Arranged chronologically.
The Accreditation series is composed primarily of reports created by the School of Social Welfare for use in the accreditation and reaccreditation processes. These reports include information on courses, faculty member curriculum vitae, data about the school, and self-study reports. Also included in the series are correspondence, memoranda, and other communications primarily directed to and from the current dean relating to the school’s accreditation process. Other materials include accreditation manuals and guidelines from the accrediting body, the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
Box Folder
1 1 1982 Accreditation Site Team Visit, 1965-1982
2 Accreditation Study Vol. I - Self Study, 1966
3-6 Accreditation Study Vol. 2 - Illustrative Material, 1966
7 1967 On-Campus Visit for Accreditation, 1967
8 Accreditation Study Vol. I - Self Study, 1969
9 Accreditation Study Vol. I - A Self Study Faculty Vitae, 1969
10 Accreditation Study Vol. II - Self Study, 1969
11 1976 Reaccreditation of M.S.W. Program, 1969 1975-1979 Undated
12 Manual of Accrediting Standards, 1971
13 Mandatory Review Following Accreditation, 1972
14 Accrediting Standards and Guidelines for Non-Discrimination, 1973 1976-1977 Undated
15 Application for Approval: Undergraduate Social Work Program - CSWE, 1973
16 HEW Regulations on Protection of Human Subjects, 1973
17 Internal Evaluation Report, 1973
18 Status Report and Projections for the School of Social Welfare, 1973
19 Application for Accreditation: CSWE, 1974
20-21 Application for Accreditation: CSWE - Appendix, 1974
22-23 1975 Accreditation, 1974-1975
24 Accreditation Study Vol. I (1 of 2 folders), 1975
Box Folder
2 1 Accreditation Study Vol. I (2 of 2 folders), 1975
2-4 Reaccreditation Study Vol. II - Self Study Part A, 1975
5-6 Reaccreditation Study Vol. II - Self Study Part B, 1975
7 1977 Reaccreditation, 1977-1978
8 Consultant's Report for Reaccreditation (Betty Bauer, May 1979), 1979
9 Accreditation 1982: Self Study Outline, 1981
10 Accreditation 1982: Subcommittee List, 1981
11 1982 Accreditation: Site Team Report, 1981-1982 Undated
12-14 1982 Accreditation: SSW Response to Site Team Report, 1981-1982 Undated
15 Reaccreditation Congratulations, 1982
16-17 Accreditation Progress Report, 1984 Undated
18 Accreditation: 1987 Eligibility Documentation, 1987-1988
19-20 1988 Reaccreditation, 1987-1989 Undated
21-22 1988 Commission on Accreditation Handbook of Accreditation Standards and Procedures, 1988
23 Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Reaccreditation Study, 1989-1990 Undated
24 1991 Commission on Accreditation Handbook of Standards and Procedures, 1991
Box Folder
3 1-2 1995 Reaccreditation Site Team Visit, 1993-1995 Undated
Series 4: Faculty, 1965-1997, Undated 2.3 cubic feet
Arranged chronologically
The bulk of the records consist of faculty meeting minutes and agendas from 1965-1996 with a gap in records from 1972-1976. Also included are copies of minutes and agendas that are annotated by the current dean. Minutes and agendas include supporting documents used in the meetings, as well as correspondence and memoranda from the dean relating to issues raised in meetings or to be considered at future meetings. Other materials include yearly faculty activity reports that outline scholarship and service completed by faculty as well as materials related to summer faculty retreats including correspondence, planning documents, and materials generated at the retreat.
Box Folder
1 1 Faculty Meeting Narrative, 1965-1966
2 Faculty Meeting Narrative, 1967-1969
3 Faculty Meeting Narrative, 1970-1971
4 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1976
5 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1977 Undated
6 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1978 Undated
7 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1979 Undated
8-9 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1980 Undated
10-11 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1981 Undated
12-13 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1982 Undated
14 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1983 Undated
15-16 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1984 Undated
17-18 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1985 Undated
19-20 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1986 Undated
21-22 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1987 Undated
23 May 1, 1987 - April 30, 1988 Faculty Activity Reports, 1988
24-25 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1988 Undated
26-27 8/27/93 Faculty Retreat, 1988 1993 Undated
28-29 1988 - 1989 Faculty Activity Reports (1 of 2 folders), 1989 Undated
Box Folder
2 1 1988 - 1989 Faculty Activity Reports (2 of 2 folders), 1989 Undated
2-3 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1989 Undated
4-5 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1990 Undated
6-7 May 1, 1989 - April 30, 1990 Faculty Activity Reports, 1990 Undated
8-9 8/27/91 Faculty Retreat, 1990-1991 Undated
10-11 May 1, 1990 - April 30, 1991 Faculty Activity Reports, 1991
12-15 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1991 Undated
16-17 May 1, 1991 - April 30, 1992 Faculty Activity Reports, 1992 Undated
18-19 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1992 Undated
20 8/28/92 Faculty Retreat, 1992 Undated
Flat-File
1 8/28/92 Faculty Retreat Brainstorm Boards, 1992
Box Folder
2 21 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1993 Undated
22 Faculty Retreat, 1994
23-24 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1994 Undated
25-26 8/24/95 Faculty Retreat, 1994 Undated
Box Folder
3 1 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1995 Undated
2 Faculty Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1996 Undated
3-4 9/18/96 Faculty Retreat, 1996 Undated
Series 5: Subject Files, 1964-1999, Undated 7 cubic feet
Arranged alphabetically.
Subject Files contain the day-to-day working files of the School of Social Welfare. Correspondence and memoranda, primarily from the dean at the time relating to various topics within the files, are interspersed throughout. Included among the materials are enrollment and admissions data, three and five year plans on the development and management of the school, publications, bulletins, commencement programs and speeches, grant proposals, committee membership and reports, and year-end reports from programs within the School of Social Welfare. Grant proposals include information relating to the proposed Social Work Research Development Center. School Bulletins range from 1965 through 1979. Materials relating to the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) include statistical reports and the involvement of Lynn Videcka-Sherman as a board member on the council. Also included are scrapbook materials containing newspaper clippings, information on alumni and student achievements, and a few photos, primarily taken of faculty members. General files from the Continuing Education Program (CEP) are included within this series as well. Please note that not all dates are inclusive.
Box Folder
1 1 Ad Hoc Committee on the Center for Social Work Research Practice, 1992-1993 Undated
2 Ad Hoc Committees, 1988-1990 1997 Undated
3 Administration/Supervision Concentration - Task Force Recommendation, Undated
4 Administrative Self-Study, 1975
5 Admissions and Recruitment Committee, 1989-1990
6 1990 - 1995 Admissions Information - RESTRICTED, 1990-1995 Undated
7 Admissions Procedures, Undated
8 Admissions Reports, 1973-1974 Undated
9-10 Alumni Newsletter and Communications, 1984-1986 1990-1996 Undated
11-12 Alumni Newsletter Submissions, 1989-1993 1996-1997 Undated
13 Alumni Survey, 1976
14-15 Annie E. Casey Foundation Projects, 1990-1992 1995-1996 Undated
16-17 25th Anniversary Convocation and Reunion Dinner, 1983 1989-1991 Undated
18 Application for Admission to Graduate Study, 1964 1977 1983-1984 Undated
19 Awards for Excellence, 1985-1987 1990-1991 1993 Undated
20 Bachelor of Social Work Program Data - RESTRICTED, 1994-1996 Undated
21 Bulletins, 1965-1969
Oversized
1 Bulletins, 1965-1971
Box Folder
1 22 Bulletins, 1970-1972
23 Bulletins, 1973-1975 1977
24 Bulletins, 1978
25 Bulletins - Continuing Education Project, 1976-1979
26-27 Bylaws, 1971-1995 Undated
28 Camp Liberty - RESTRICTED, 1990-1992 Undated
29 A Celebration of Literacy - Student Writings, 1987
30 CEP Account Information Abstracts, 1978-1981 1989-1990
31 CEP Adjunct Instructors, 1982-1983
32 CEP Audit, 1981 1983
33 CEP Certificates of Participation, Undated
34 CEP Child and Family Services Training Project Agendas, 1976
35 CEP Correspondence and Memoranda, 1985-1987 1993 1996 Undated
36 CEP Cost Sharing, 1978-1982 1986
Box Folder
2 1 CEP Course 1 Module 2 - Performance Improvement, 1975 Undated
2 CEP Course 4 Module 2 - Organizational Change, 1967 Undated
3 CEP Course Offerings in Buffalo, 1993-1994
4 CEP Course Registration for Department of Social Services Employees, 1983 1989
5 CEP Current Issues in Social Services - Prepared for Internal Use, 1976
6 CEP Discretionary Salary Increases, 1981 1985-1986
7 CEP Graduate and Undergraduate Course Offerings, 1981-1986 1988-1989
8-9 CEP Monthly Management Reports, 1985-1986
10 CEP School Advisory Committee, 1982-1983
11 CEP Spring 1987 Graduate and Undergraduate Course Offerings, 1987
12 CEP Training Proposal, 1976-1977
13 CEP Workshop Brochures and Registration Forms, 1979-1984
14 CEP Workshops for Public Agencies and Human Service Professionals, 1982-1983
15-18 Chancellor's Social Service Task Force Communications, 1991-1993 Undated
19 1984 Commencement, 1984
20 1989 Commencement, 1989 Undated
21 1990 Commencement, 1989-1990 Undated
22 1991 Commencement, 1990-1991 Undated
23 1992 Commencement - RESTRICTED, 1992 Undated
24 1993 Commencement, 1992-1993 Undated
25 1994 Commencement, 1994 Undated
26 1995 Commencement - RESTRICTED, 1995 Undated
27 1996 Commencement, 1996 Undated
28 1997 Commencement - RESTRICTED, 1997 Undated
29 Commencement Honors Convocation Script, 1992 Undated
30-31 Committee Elections, 1980-1981 1984-1989 Undated
32-33 Committee Membership, 1980-1998 Undated
34 Committee on Admissions and Recruitment, 1983-1984 1986-1989 1992-1994 1996 Undated
35 1990 - 1991 Committee Year-End Reports, 1991 Undated
36 1991 - 1992 Committee Year-End Reports, 1992 Undated
Box Folder
3 1 1992 - 1993 Committee Year-End Reports, 1993 Undated
2 1993 - 1994 Committee Year-End Reports, 1994 Undated
3 1994 - 1995 Committee Year End Reports, 1995 Undated
4 1995 - 1996 Committee Year-End Reports, 1996 Undated
5 1996 - 1997 Committee Year-End Reports, 1997 Undated
6 1997 - 1998 Committee Year-End Reports - RESTRICTED, 1998 Undated
7 Community and Social Service Program, 1977 1988-1989 Undated
8 Community Service Program History, 1970-1971 1973 Undated
9 Community Service Program Memoranda and Correspondence, 1970 1972 1975
10 Community Service Program Student Evaluations of Program, 1974
11-12 Community Service Program Student Volunteers Publications, 1973-1974 1977 1979-1983 1985-1986 Undated
13 Community Service Sticker, 1977
14 Conference Invitations, Announcements, and Programs, 1975 1983 1986 1989 Undated
15-16 Council of Community Service Awards, 1992-1993 1996 Undated
17-18 Council of Community Services Board of Directors, 1992-1997 Undated
19 Council of Deans, 1990-1996 Undated
20 Course Requirements Volunteer Opportunities and Agencies, ca. 1973
21 CSWE Accreditation, 1990-1993 1996 1998 Undated
22 CSWE Annual Statistical Report of Registered Students - RESTRICTED, 1990
23 CSWE Annual Statistical Reports - RESTRICTED, 1977-1984 Undated
24-25 CSWE Annual Statistical Reports - RESTRICTED, 1985-1989 Undated
26 CSWE Annual Statistical Reports - RESTRICTED, 1990-1991 Undated
27 CSWE Board and Commission, 1993
28 CSWE Curriculum and Policy Statement, 1991-1992 Undated
29 CSWE Elections, 1991 1994 1996 Undated
30 CSWE Faculty Development and Program Planning Committee, 1990-1991 Undated
31 CSWE Millennium Project, 1996
32 CSWE Memoranda and Communications, 1989 1991-1997 Undated
33 CSWE National Legislative Committee, 1985 1987
34 CSWE Site Visit: BYU and LSU, 1996-1997 Undated
35-36 Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee Communications, 1978-1985 Undated
37-40 Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee Meeting Minutes and Agendas, 1979-1990 Undated
41 Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee Operating Procedures, 1981
42 Day Care for the Abused/Neglected Child, Undated
43 Degrees Awarded, 1989-1990 1992 1995-1996 1998 Undated
Box Folder
4 1 Department of Social Services Total Quality Initiative, 1993
2-5 Dual Jointly Registered Master's Program in Sociology and Social Work for New Paltz and Albany - Proposal and Planning Communications, 1980-1996
6 1989 - 1990 Enrollment Data, 1989-1990 Undated
7 1991 Enrollment Data, 1991-1992 Undated
8 1993 Enrollment Data, 1993
9 1994 Enrollment Data - RESTRICTED, 1994-1995
10 1995 Enrollment Data, 1995 Undated
11 1996 Enrollment Data, 1996-1997
12 Experimental Training Sessions for Supervisors and caseworkers, 1969
13 Extended Study Program for the M.S.W. Degree, ca. 1976
14 Faculty and Student Activities, Scholarship, Awards and Updates for Alumni Newsletter, 1996-1997 Undated
15 Faculty Recruitment - RESTRICTED, 1990-1996 Undated
16 Faculty Workload Policy Implementation - RESTRICTED, 1992 Undated
17 Fall 1988 and Spring 1989 Graduate and Undergraduate Course Offerings, 1988
18 1988 - 1989 Family and Children Services Training catalog, 1988
19 Field Instruction Manual, 1984
20 Field Instruction Placements, 1971 1975-1976 Undated
21 Field Laboratory Course - Social Welfare Policy, Medicaid, and Social Work, 1972
22 1988 Field Orientation, 1988 Undated
23 Flyers, 1971-1972 1974-1983 Undated
24 Graduate Student Standing Committee Operating Procedures, 1981
25-29 Grant Proposals, 1995-1997 Undated
30 HEW Regulations on Protection of Human Subjects, 1973
31 1991-1992 Human Diversity Committee, 1991 Undated
32 Information on Course Offerings, 1979-1980
33 Internal Evaluation Report, 1973
34 Introduction to Research Methodology Course Materials, 1971 Undated
35-36 Joint M.S.W. Program at Utica/Rome, 1993 Undated
37 Master of Social Work Program Fields of Study in Direct Practice, 1985
38 Master's Degree Program in Rehabilitation Counseling, Undated
39 Max Siporin Lecture and Reception, 1995 Undated
Box Folder
5 1 May 1988 Professional Development Program Consultant Report, 1997-1998
2 Memorandum - The University's Involvement in Urban Affairs and the Role of the School of Social Welfare, 1968
3 Minority Membership on Social Agency Boards in the Albany-Schenectady-Troy Area, 1972
4 Patricia Roberts Harris Public Service Fellowship, 1991 1993
5 PEW Roundtable, 1995-1997 Undated
6 Ph. D. Program in Social Welfare, 1983-1986
7 Planning Meetings, 1988-1990 Undated
8-9 Policy Manual, 1970-1974 Undated
10 Program Data, 1974
11 Program Options for the M.S.W. Degree, 1984-1988 Undated
12 Program Status - School of Social Welfare, 1974
13 1987 - 1988 Progress Report on 1987 - 1992 Five Year Plan, 1988
14 1988 - 1989 Progress Report on 1987 - 1992 Five Year Plan, 1989
15 Progress Reports, 1988-1989 Undated
16 Proposal for a Bachelor of Science Major in Social Welfare, 1970
17-18 Proposal for a Ph. D. in Social Welfare, 1970 Undated
19 Proposal for the Master's Degree Program in Social Work, ca. 1965
20 Proposed Center for Research on Social Work Practice, 1985-1987
21 Presidential Award for Undergraduate Research, 1990-1991 1993-1995
22 Presidential Fellowship Award, 1986-1987
23 President's Undergraduate Leadership Awards, 1990-1991 1993 1995
24 Quantitative Methods Interest Group, 1992-1997
25 Questionnaire to Graduates of Social Work Programs Returning to Professional Practice, 1970
26 Report of the State Needs Task Group on Social Services, 1992
27 Report on Task Force on Public Affairs and Policy - Education, Research, and Service, 1981
28 Report on Teleconferencing in categorical Determination, 1987
29 Research Colloquium in Honor of the First Graduating Class, 1967
30 Research Funding Data, 1988-1990
31-32 Research in Social Work, 1980
33 Resource Notebook for Group and Community Concepts - SSW 624, Undated
34 Rockefeller College Distinguished Dissertation Award, 1990
35 1984 - 1989 Rockefeller College Five Year Plan, 1984
36 1985 - 1990 Rockefeller College Five Year Plan, 1985
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6 1 1987 - 1992 Rockefeller College Five Year Plan, 1986-1987 Undated
2 1990 - 1994 Rockefeller College Five Year Plan, 1990
3 Rockefeller College Five Year Plan - Planning Documents, 1981-1984 Undated
4 Rockefeller College Planning Memoranda Prepared for President Swygert, 1991
5 School of Social Welfare Description, 1991 1993-1997
6 School of Social Welfare Communications, 1964-1984 Undated
7 1990-1994 School of Social Welfare Five Year Plan, 1989-1990 Undated
8-9 1990-1994 School of Social Welfare Five Year Plan Revisions, 1990 Undated
10 School of Social Welfare Profile, 1991 Undated
11-12 1981 - 1983 School of Social Welfare Three Year Plan - RESTRICTED, 1978-1981 Undated
13-14 1982 -1984 School of Social Welfare Three Year Plan, 1981 Undated
15 Schedule of Classes, 1992-1996
16-17 Scrapbook Materials, 1990-1992 Undated
18 Scrapbook Photos, 1989 Undated
19-20 1974 Select Committee Report - School of Social Welfare Response, 1974-1975 Undated
21 Service Delivery by State and Local Governments: case Problems and Commentary, 1977
22 Social Characteristics Data Profile - 27 Upstate Counties, 1976
23 Social Service Task Force Draft Data Collection Plan, 1992
24-25 Social Service Task Force Educational Program Data, 1992
26 Social Service Task Force Final Data Collection Plan, 1992
27-28 Social Service Task Force Focus Group Reports, 1992
29 Social Service Task Force Meeting Dates, 1992
30-31 Social Trends Data, 1988-1993 1995-1996
32 A Social Welfare Paper - A Brief History of the Current Public Welfare Crisis, 1969
33 A Social Welfare Paper - Is there a Manpower Crisis in Social Work? / Need there be a Manpower Crisis in Social Welfare?, 1969
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7 1 A Social Welfare Paper - Supervision: The Why and the Wherefore, 1970
2 A Social Welfare Paper - The Application of Social System Theory to Social Work in Family Diagnosis and Treatment, 1969
3 A Social Welfare Paper - The Social Services: Next Steps After Public Assistance, 1969
4 Social Welfare School and Program Descriptions, 1988 Undated
5 Social Work Data, 1991-1992 1994-1995 1997-1998 Undated
6 Social Work Licensure, 1993-1994 Undated
7 Social Work Licensure Exam Results, 1972 1976 1978-1979 1991 Undated
8 Social Work Practice Conferences, 1987-1988
9-10 Social Work Program Rankings - Articles and Reports, 1990 1994-1995 1997-1998 Undated
11 Social Work Research Development Center Follow-Up, 1996-1997 Undated
12 Social Work Research Development Center Follow-Up Letter to Ellen Stover, 1996 1998 Undated
13 Social Work Research Development Center Grant Proposal, 1995-1996 Undated
14-15 Social Work Research Development Center Seed Infrastructure Funding Proposal, 1995-1997 Undated
16 Social Work Research Development Center Thornberry Grant, 1996-1997
17-19 Strategic Planning, 1969 1989-1991 1995 Undated
20 Strategic Plan Reports and Findings, 1990-1994 Undated
21 1996 Student Awards, 1996-1997 Undated
22 Student Grievance Committee Meeting Minutes, 1981 1989
23 Student Grievance Committee Members, 1980-1988 Undated
24 Student Grievance Committee Operating Procedures, 1980-1981 1983 1988
25 Student Grievance Committee - Student Grievance Reports - RESTRICTED, 1980-1984 Undated
26 Student Standing Committee Communications - RESTRICTED, 1984-1889 Undated
27 Student Standing Committee Members, 1980-1987 Undated
28 Student Standing Committee Meeting Minutes - RESTRICTED, 1978-1979 1988-1989 Undated
29 Survey of the Community Service Program, 1976
30-31 SUNY/Higher Education Data, 1989-1993 Undated
32 1989 - 1990 Albany Data, 1989-1990 Undated
33 Undergraduate Academic Council - RESTRICTED, 1989-1990
34 Undergraduate Alumni Survey, 1980-1981 1983 Undated
35 Undergraduate Majors List, 1989-1991
36 Undergraduate Program Committee Meeting Minutes and Communications, 1988 1990-1991 1994 Undated
37 Undergraduate Program Curriculum Revision, 1996-1997
38 Undergraduate Social Welfare Program, 1976 1989-1991 1992-1994 Undated
39 Undergraduate Who's Who Among Students, 1989-1990 1993-1994
40 University Presidential Inauguration - Patrick Swygert, 1991 Undated
41 University/Regional Interaction Inventory, 1976
42 Voluntary Action Center of Albany, 1973
43 Walter M. Beattie Jr. Award, 1987 Undated
Series 6: Continuing Education Program (CEP) Publications, 1973-1990, Undated 5.2 cubic feet
Arranged alphabetically.
Publications within this series are products of the Continuing Education Program (CEP). These publications represent a major function of the CEP through its development of instructional resources for use in social welfare agencies and educational institutions. Topics covered within these publications include income maintenance, education, health and fitness, rehabilitation, corrections, child welfare, gerontology, staff development, public housing, employment, and industrial social work. Please see box 3 folder 16 for the Guide to Continuing Education Program Publications, which lists all publications created up until ca. 1980. This guide also contains additional information about the functions and goals of the CEP. Please note that this series contains only CEP publications; general files relating to the Continuing Education Program are located in the Subject Files series.
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1 1 Absent Parent Training - Income Maintenance Training Institute Program Material, 1984
2 Advanced Training Program for Supervisors - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance Training, 1978
3 Advanced Training Program for Supervisors Year II - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance Training, 1979
4 Advanced Training Program for Workers - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance Training, 1978
5 Advanced Training Program for Workers Year II - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance Training, 1979
6 An Assessment of Training Priorities: Implications of the Child Welfare Reform Act, 1981
7 Attacking the Error Rate: Strategies for Improvement - Proceedings of the Annual Corrective Action Conference, 1984
8-9 Basic Adult Services: A Model Curriculum, 1978
10 Basic Adult Services: A Model Curriculum, 1981
11 Brunswick County Joins WMS, 1981
12 Caring for Your Adult Residents, ca. 1983
13 A Case of Reasonable Time, 1981
14 A Caseworker's Guide to the Law of Permanency in New York State, 1978
15 Categorical Determination for Aid to Dependent Children and Home Relief - Income Maintenance Training Institute, 1984
16 Categorical Determination for Aid to Dependent Children and Home Relief - Income Maintenance Training Institute Case Studies, 1982-1985 Undated
17 Child Abuse - A Teaching Guide, 1977
18 Child Abuse and Neglect Social Services Reader I and II, 1977
19 Childcare Training Needs Assessment, 1977
20 Childcare Training Needs Assessment, 1980
21 Communicating with Clients: A Reader, 1983
22 Computers, People, and the Delivery of Services: How to Manage the Management Information System, 1977 1981
Cassette
1-5 Constructive Use of Family Court Audiotape Series, ca. 1978
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1 23 Constructive Use of Family Court: Guidelines for Using Audiotape Series, 1978
24 Cost Control in the Medical Assistance Program, 1977
25 Demonstrating Interviewing Skills for Income Maintenance and Medical Assistance Workers, 1979
26 Developing Individual Employment Plans - Income Maintenance Training Institute, ca. 1984
27 Developing Training Programs for Income Maintenance, 1977
28 Developing Training Programs for Income Maintenance and Medical Assistance, 1978
29 Developing Training Programs for Income Maintenance and Medical Assistance, 1981
31 Disciplining an Employee of the Brevard County Department of Social Services, 1981
30 A Discussion Guide to the Eligibility Interview, 1989
32 Eligibility Calculations Under the Food Stamp Act of 1977, 1977
33 Enhancing Employability Through Work Experience - Income Maintenance Training Institute, 1985
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2 1 Enhancing Interviewing Skills of Income Maintenance Workers, 1980
2 Enhancing Interviewing Skills of Medical Assistance Workers, 1977
3 Enhancing Interviewing Skills of Medical Assistance Workers - A Regulation and Procedures Supplement for Trainers, 1977
4 Enhancing Interview Skills of Income Maintenance and Medical Assistance Workers: An Assessment in Special Areas, 1981
5 Enhancing Skills in Supervision for Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance Supervisors Vol. I, 1981
6 Enhancing Skills in Supervision for Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance Supervisors Vol. II, 1981
7 Family-Type Homes for Adults: Food and Nutrition, Money Management, and Individual Needs, 1981
8 Family-Type Homes for Adults: Recruitment and Training Program Maintenance: A Training Curriculum, 1983
9 Family-Type Homes for Adults: Social Needs, Physical Needs, and Home Safety and Management, 1981
10 Financial Planning for In-Service Training in the Midsize Department of Social Welfare, 1981
11-12 Food Stamp Curriculum Module 1: The New Food Stamp Supervisor, 1983
13-14 Food Stamp Curriculum Module 4: The New Food Stamp Issuance Cashier, 1983
15-18 Food Stamp Curriculum Trainer's Guide, 1983
19 Food Stamp Outreach and Nutrition Education in Amalgamated County: A Non-Compliance Problem, 1981
20 Food Stamp Regional Training - Income Maintenance Training Institute, Undated
21 Group Formation: A Guide to the Development of Successful Groups, 1982
22 Guide to Procedures in Financial Management, 1979
23 Guide to the Use of Basic Adult Services - A Model Curriculum, 1981
24-25 The Helping Connection: A Curriculum for Family Work in Protective Services, 1982
26-28 Home Care Curriculum Trainee's Manual, 1983
29-30 Home Care Curriculum Trainer's Manual, 1983
31 Implementing Chap in Mohawk County, 1977
32 Incidents From Income Maintenance and Medical Assistance Interviews: Recertification/Reapplication, 1979
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3 1-5 Income Maintenance Training Institute Program Materials, 1981-1985
6-7 Income Maintenance Training Institute Regional Employment Program, ca. 1983
8 Income Maintenance Training Institute Regional Food Stamp Program, ca. 1983
9 Income Maintenance Training Institute Regional Food Stamp Training - Interview Management, 1984
10-13 Income Maintenance Training Institute Residential Training for New IM Eligibility Workers, ca. 1981
14 Information Resources for Social Services Training, 1978
15 Installation of a Statewide Food Stamp Program at the County Level - A Teaching Guide, 1977
16 Instructional and Training Resources - Guide to Continuing Education Program Publications, ca. 1980
17 Issues in Supervision and Management: Overview, 1990
18 Journal of Continuing Social Work Education: Organizing Community and Other Resources for Social Service Staff Training, 1981
19 Journal of Continuing Social Work Education Vol. 5 Number 1, 1989
20 Lee v. Smith: A Problem in Implementing A Judicial Decision, 1981
21 Legal Issues in Protective Services for Adults: Recommendations for Use of Videotape, 1978
22 Management Comes to Mosaic County Welfare Department, 1981
23 Managing A Formula Grant Project, 1978
24 Managing Reductions in the Work Force, 1981
25 Manpower Survey and Analysis, 1976
26 Medical Aspects of Child Abuse and Neglect - Child Protective Services, 1977
27 A Medical Assistance Crisis in Rockdale County, 1981
28 Meeting Community Needs: A Training Manual, 1979
29 Meeting the Needs of Pregnant Adolescents - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance, 1980
30 MH-9: A Case Problem in Community Participation, 1978
31 The New Commissioner is a Manager, 1977 1981
32 New York State Department of Social Services AIDS Education Trainer's Guide, 1987
33 A Non-Compliance Problem: Revision of New York State's Shelter Allowance Policy, 1977
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4 1-2 On the Line in Child care: An Entry Level Training Curriculum for Residential Child care, 1984
3 Poindexter County Insight Center, 1981
4 Programming in Residential Child care: A Training Experience for Child care Workers, 1979
5-8 Public Welfare Staff Development: A Role and Competency Framework for Curriculum Development and Instruction, 1982
9 Quality Circles: A Bibliography of Selected Resources, 1982
10 Readings in Adult Foster Care, 1979
11 Readings in Aging and Social Work, 1979
12 The Reception/Intake Process in IM/MA, 1981
13 Residential Child care: A Reader, 1978
14 Response to Changing Demands for Foster care Services, 1977
15 Role of the Supervisor and the Staff Developer in Preparing for Institute Attendance and Preparing for Follow-Up, ca. 1985
16 Selected Training Program for Supervisors - Planning and Conducting Effective Meetings, 1981
17 Selected Training Program for Supervisors - Supervisory Performance Skills, 1981
18 Selected Training Program for Workers: Communication Skills, 1981
19 Selected Training Program for Workers: Understanding Alcohol and Substance Abusing Clients, 1981
20 Selected Training Topic for Workers in IM/MA - Handling Stress at Work, 1981
21 Selecting the New Commissioner, 1981
22 Selective Guide to the Literature on Communicating with Clients, 1983
23 Services to the Older Adult: A Basic Reader, 1977
Oversized
1 Social Policy & Services: A Process-Oriented Reader, 1979
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4 24 Social Services Planning Manual, 1979
25 The Social Work Process Teacher's Guide, 1978
26-27 Sociocultural and Service Issues in Working with Afro-American Clients, 1985
28 Sociocultural and Service Issues in Working with Clients with Disabilities, 1978
29 Sociocultural and Service Issues in Working with Hispanic American Clients, 1985
30 The Special Adoption Training Guide, ca. 1978
31 Special Needs Programs for Supervisors - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance, 1979
32 Special Needs Programs for Workers - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance, 1979
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5 1 Special Needs Programs - Income Maintenance/Medical Assistance, 1978
2 Staff Development Survey/Analysis, 1979
3 Statewide Needs Assessment Survey, 1979
4-5 Supervision in Child Protection, 1986
6-7 Task Analysis in Public Welfare Staff Development - A Report on the New York City Experience, 1977
8 Title IV-D Child Support Enforcement - Income Maintenance Training Institute, 1981 1983-1984
9 The Title IV-D Program in New York State, 1977
10 Title XX: Bane or Blessing for Settlement Houses, 1980
11 Towards Collaboration in Foster care: A Training Guide, 1980
12 Trainer's Guide to IV-A/IV-D Interface Training - Income Maintenance Training Institute, 1983
13 Training Adult Family-Type Home Providers - A Manual, 1983
14 Training in the Human Services: 5th Annual Conference Abstracts, 1981
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6 1 Training Program for Reception/Intake Workers Year II, 1981
2-3 Training Program for Supervisors - IM/MA Second Edition, 1979
4 Training Program for Supervisors Year II - IM/MA, 1978
5 Training Program for Workers - IM/MA Second Edition, 1979
6 Training Program for Workers Year II - IM/MA, 1978
7 Training Program Materials Appendix, ca. 1983
8 Training Resources for Supervisors in IM/MA Second Edition, 1979
9 Training Resources for Supervisors in IM/MA Third Edition, 1981
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7 1 Training Resources for Workers in IM/MA Second Edition, 1979
2 Training Resources for Workers in IM/MA Third Edition, 1981
3 Utility Disconnection Response Procedures, 1980
4 Working with the Neighborhood - A New Power Base for Social Change in the 1980s, 1981
5 Your Food Stamp Program in the New York State - A Trainer's Guide, 1977

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