Council on Social Work Education 2019 Annual Program Meeting
We were delighted to host a booth at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 2019 Annual Program Meeting! It was great to meet new instructors and professionals in the discipline, showcase our titles, and visit with our authors in person.
During the meeting, we hosted a Meet the Authors event to allow attendees to speak with our innovative authors about social work education and their new and upcoming textbooks. The event featured David Royse, Austin Griffiths, Michael Reisch, Jessica Ritter, Jan Ivery, Richard Hoefer, Francis Yuen, Sarah Carnochan, Beth Carpenter, and Alex Redcay.
Check out our photos from the conference below, as well as our 2019 CSWE Conference Catalog. If you’re interested in adopting a title or talking to one of our acquisitions editors about publishing a book with Cognella, fill out our form, and one of our team members will be in contact with you as soon as possible.
(From left) David Royse, Austin Griffiths (holding a display of their Cognella text, Child Welfare and Child Protection: An Introduction), and Cognella VP of Editorial and Specialist Acquisitions Editor Kassie Graves.
Ginger Gummelt holding a copy of the Cognella text she co-authored with Matt Moore, Sport Social Work: Promoting the Functioning and Well-being of College and Professional Athletes.
Cognella author Bruce D. Friedman, author of The Research Toolkit: Problem-Solving Processes for the Social Sciences and contributor to Theory and Practice in Clinical Social Work.
Francis K. O. Yuen shows off a copy of his Cognella textbook, Conceptual and Practical Research Statistics for Social Workers.
The Cognella Meet the Author event in full swing!
Cognella author David Royse holding a copy of his book, the eighth edition of Research Methods in Social Work.
(From left) Cognella author Richard Hoefer holding a copy of his text, Essentials of Social Work Management and Leadership: A Competency-Based Approach, and Kassie Graves.
Co-editor of Working with Grief and Traumatic Loss: Theory, Practice, Personal Reflection, and Self-Care Alex Redcay.
(From left) Elisabeth Counselman Carpenter, co-editor of Working with Grief and Traumatic Loss: Theory, Practice, Personal Reflection, and Self-Care, and Kassie Graves.
(From top left) Contributing authors Mark Smith, Lisa Quinn-Lee, Hsiu-Fen Lin, and Erica Goldblatt holding advance review copies of Working with Grief and Traumatic Loss: Theory, Practice, Personal Reflection, and Self-Care.
Jessica Ritter holding a copy of her book with Cognella, the second edition of Social Work Policy Practice: Changing Our Community, Nation, and the World.
(From left) Coauthors of the upcoming Cognella textbook The Social Work ePortfolio Dale Fitch and Mary Ruffolo with Kassie Graves.