Carrie Lew, left, assistant dean of professional development, and alumna Frances Chikahisa attended this year's Asian Pacific Islander Scholarship Reception and Paul Chikahisa Memorial Lecture. This year's event, "Bridging the Gap: Celebrating the API Experience Across Generations," featured a screening of the short film "Lil Tokyo Reporter," with the lecture delivered by filmmakers Fumiko Carole Fujita and Jeffrey Gee Chin. The reception supports endowed scholarships for USC School of Social Work students, and the lectureship, established by Frances, honors her husband and community advocate Paul Chikahisa.
Our San Diego Academic Center held "The Mo' You Know," a fun, informational event that explored all aspects of men's health to encourage a balanced lifestyle complete with physical, emotional, medical and emotional well-being.
Emphasizing the cross-disciplinary nature of social work, Clinical Professor of Field Education Steve Hydon presented on secondary traumatic stress to 200 attorneys at the California Public Defenders Association’s annual retreat.
In a collaborative effort, the Orange County Community Foundation and UniHealth Foundation have funded the launch of a one-of-a-kind survey to assess the needs of veterans in Orange County, Calif.
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