BGU researchers to receive US excellence award

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July 8, 2013 16:26

 
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Three researchers from Ben Gurion University in the Negev will receive an excellence award in the United States this year for their research on the influence of social work education on the professional orientations of students.

The article, written by Dr. Roni Kaufman, Dorit Segal Engelchin and Dr. Efrat Hoss,
had been picked up by the Journal of Social Work Education, issued by the Council on Social Work Education in the US, which selected the study as one of the best articles of the journal for the year 2012.

The prize will be awarded to the researchers at the annual conference of the CSWE, which will be held this coming fall in Dallas, Texas.

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