Social work news
Northwestern profs awarded sabbaticals, research fellowships
Northwestern College has announced the names of professors awarded endowed research grants and sabbaticals for 2017–18.
Northwestern College staff to present at diversity conference
Two members of Northwestern College’s student life staff and a social work prof will present at the Diversity Conference hosted by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
Northwestern College Graduate School & Adult Learning hosted an Ethics Conference Sept. 9 that was attended by more than 60 area social workers and other health care professionals, as well as college social work students.
Twenty-two Northwestern College academic programs are listed in the 2016 edition of Rugg’s Recommendations on the Colleges.
Northwestern students to host public forum on area housing
Nine Northwestern College social work seniors will host a community forum on housing in Orange City and Sioux County on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
Joan Becker, author of the book “Sentenced to Life: Mental Illness, Tragedy and Transformation,” will speak in chapel on Friday, Sept. 18.
NWC Carlson Interns assist Sheriff's Office
Northwestern students and Carlson Interns Amber Beyer and Julia VanDyk assisted the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office with public relations material.
Twenty-two Northwestern College academic programs are listed in the 2015 edition of Rugg’s Recommendations on the Colleges.
Matthew Soerens, a Christian leader who assists churches in understanding immigration from a biblical perspective, will visit campus Jan. 26-27.
Northwestern welcomes new faculty
Five new members have joined Northwestern College's faculty for the 2014-15 academic year.