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Feature Profile - Part-Time Faculty and Alumnus Brenton Diaz

Feature Profile - Part-Time Faculty and Alumnus Brenton Diaz

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Title: Feature Profile - Part-Time Faculty and Alumnus Brenton Diaz
Author: Diaz, Brenton
Saadi, Salma
Abstract: Brenton Diaz received both his BSW and MSW at York University, as well as receiving a BA in Social Development Studies at the University of Waterloo. While studying for his MSW, his Practice-Based Research Paper analyzed the services provided to Mexican Migrant Farm Workers in Canada and was awarded the Gerry Erickson Prize for Best Paper. He currently teaches several courses in the School of Social Work at York University, and has also taught at Lakehead University and Georgian College, as well as in several post-secondary institutions in Lithuania, Kenya and the Ukraine. He works as the Clinical Coordinator of the Adult Program at Cedar Centre, an agency based in York Region that works with people who have experienced interpersonal trauma as children (his position at Cedar Centre began as a BSW placement, arranged by York when his original placement fell through). Brenton has also consulted with local agencies and community leaders on violence and trauma in Malawi, Dominican Republic and Rwanda.
Subject: social work
teaching
critical social work
Type: Other
Rights: CC0 1.0 Universal
http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/35612
Date: 2018-11

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