UNO Symposium | Dr. Chapman
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Come listen to Dr. Chapman’s research regarding “Multiethnic Intercultural Implications for Engaging African American Adolescent Males Exhibiting Trauma Symptoms” Dr. Chapman is the Executive Director of the NCCF and has worked with our nation’s most vulnerable population-African American adolescent males. "She is very interesting, and her presentation is very important to any human service professional who works with risk youth in foster care."

3/14/2014
When: 3/14/2014
9:00 AM
Where: UNO Thompson Alumni House.
6705 Dodge St
Omaha
United States
Contact: Theresa Barron-McKeagney
40255542923

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Come listen to Dr. Chapman’s research regarding "Multiethnic Intercultural Implications for Engaging African American Adolescent Males Exhibiting Trauma Symptoms”

If you are a social work student or any student interested in working with youth from diverse cultures, you must attend this symposium!

 Dr. Chapman is the Executive Director of the NCCF and has worked with our nation’s most vulnerable population-African American adolescent males.

Her most recent national presentation - "Multiethnic Intercultural Implications for Engaging African American Adolescent Males Exhibiting Trauma Symptoms” was shared at a national social work meeting.

If you would like to engage with Dr. Chapman, please join us on March 14, 2014 from 9am-11:30am at the 
Light refreshments will be offered.


Sponsored by the College of Public Affairs and Community Service Dean’s Office and the Diversity CommitteePlease RSVP to tbarronm@unomaha.edu