On the Front Lines: UMB Champions of Excellence: Institute for Innovation and Implementation, School of Social Work
Other TitlesManaging Now for a BETTER Tomorrow: Youth Is Served — and Supported
DescriptionNews release announcing the Champion of Excellence honor to the Institute for Innovation and Implementation in the School of Social Work. The institute answered the needs of their stakeholders by creating a series of 13 webinars titled, "Managing Now for a BETTER Tomorrow: Conversations & Resources During COVID-19." The institute includes: Michelle Zabel, MSS; Sarah Warner, MSW; Angela Weeks; Denise Sulzbach, JD; Meredith W. Gunn, MSW; Garay Wolnitzek, MS; Sharon Hoover, PhD; Carrie Gould-Kabler; Zalika Woods, MS; Rajaniece Thompson; Martha Hartlaub; Christopher Bellonci, MD, FAACAP; Marlene Matarese, PhD; Michelle Boardman; Anita Bryant; Lyndsay Smith; Kate Sweeney Wasserman, MSW, LCSW-C; Tiara Brown; Brittan Rose; Shannon Robshaw, MSW; Liz Hoey; Khalil Bishop; and Jay Unick.
The Champions of Excellence campaign is a multiyear branding campaign at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) in which we highlight individuals and teams that exemplify extraordinary accomplishment and represent excellence at the University.
In the 2020 campaign, On the Front Lines: UMB Champions of Excellence, we are featuring UMB’s essential employees, the front-line workers who have continued to fulfill their extraordinary commitment to the University by keeping our important functions and operations running during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Series/Report No.2020 UMB Champions of Excellence
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KeywordCoronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Institute for Innovation and Implementation
Gunn, Meredith W.
Wasserman, Kate Sweeney
University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work
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