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    The Galinsky Family and the School of Social Work Board of Advisors will generously donate $75,000 if 100 donors make a contribution to the School. This is a wonderful opportunity to make your gift go further. Donate today!

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    Dr. Maeda Galinsky served on the University faculty for 50 years. She established a benchmark of service that has not been met by any other School of Social Work faculty member. Maeda created The Maeda and David Galinsky Fund for Doctoral Education to provide crucial support to outstanding doctoral students at the School of Social Work. Throughout her career, Maeda had a tremendous impact on the School of Social Work, her colleagues, her students and her profession. In Maeda’s words, “I am grateful that I found social work as a career. It has sustained me not only because of what I have gotten to do but also because of the people with whom I have been involved.”

    Please join us in sustaining the legacy of Dr. Maeda Galinsky. Your contributions will help ensure financial support to outstanding students that are leading the way in their fields of research. We remain grateful to Maeda and the Galinsky family for their generous support of the School of Social Work Doctoral Program. And we thank you for ensuring that the legacy will continue.




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    As a student in our School Counseling program, Ashley Moore has taken advantage of opportunities provided by PrimeCare4Youth — a @uncschoolofed, @UNC_SSW, @UNC_AHS collab — to learn to support adolescents in the areas of behavioral and mental health. ➡️

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