The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work is pleased to announce that Ken Wedel and Julia Norlin have been named NASW Pioneers. NASW recently released an article about their induction. According to NASW, "Pioneers are social workers who have explored new territories and built outposts for human services on many frontiers. Some are well known; others less famous outside their immediate colleagues and the region where they live and work. But each has made an important contribution to the social work profession and to social policies through service, teaching, writing, research, program development, administration, or legislation."
Pioneers are honored in the NASW Pioneer Room in Washington, DC. We are truly thankful and proud to have Oklahomans recognized in this way. Herman Curiel is also an NASW Pioneer. You can see his page here. Dr. Wedel's and Dr. Norlin's are forthcoming. You can see the full list of Pioneers here. Congratulations to them both!
Posted on Tue, October 7, 2014
by Amy Arnold filed under