The seventh event in our Quaker Leadings in Higher Education series was held on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, 7:00-8:30 pm, EST. The theme was:
“Quakers, Social Work, and Justice Concerns: Relevant Now, More than Ever!”
Conversation between contributing authors to Quakers and the Disciplines Vol 7
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PhD, Professor of Biblical and Quaker Studies,
George Fox University
Douglas C. Bennett, Ph.D.,
President Emeritus, Earlham College
Nelson E. Bingham, Ph.D.,
Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Earlham College
Mark Bredin, PhD,
Jen Buck, PhD,
Assistant Professor of Practical TheologyAzusa Pacific University
Max L. Carter, PhD.
Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies, Guilford College (retired)
Wendy Grab MSW/LISW,
Assistant Professor of Social Work, Wilmington College
Erin Johnson, MSW.
Director, Bachelor of Social Work Program, George Fox University
Christy Randazzo, PhD,
Associate Professor of Awesomeness in the Skills of Adjuncting
Daniel Rhodes, PhD, LCSW,
Director of Undergraduate Studies for Social Work. UNC-Greensboro
Linda B. Selleck, MA,
Retired Friends Minister & Educator
David R. Ross
Research Professor Department of Economics,
Bryn Mawr College
Here is a link to more information, including a video of the presentation.