We encourage you to stay in touch with GSSW and use our many resources throughout your professional career.
As the University of Denver observes its Sesquicentennial in 2014, we invite you to join the Pioneer Network and use the power of LinkedIn to connect with your classmates and other DU alumni around the world. We also invite you to attend the many Sesquicentennial events that DU has planned during the year.
- University of Denver Office of Alumni Relations
- GSSW Alumni Association (Email Lynda Ricketson or Lisa Ingarfield)
- 2012 Alumni Award recipients
- alumni events
- GSSW's Stay Informed page for alumni (via the Penrose Library in the Academic Commons)
- University of Denver's Career Center
- Licensure and Continuing Professional Development
- GSSW Magazine
- Support GSSW
- Association of Social Work Boards
- Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies
- Colorado School Social Work Licensure
- Licensure Preparation Study Sessions
GSSW Registrar (Email Sarah Sweetman)
- degree verifications, post-graduate for-credit course registration, institutional recommendations for school social work
- Transcripts must be requested from the University of Denver Registrar. Transcripts are not available from the GSSW Registrar.
- Access syllabi from when you were a student. You must first log in to your Portfolio account to see the syllabi. If you are unable to see the syllabi, please log in to your DU Portfolio account and then try to enter the Portfolio syllabus archive. This process limits access to current GSSW faculty, staff and alumni.
SOCIAL WORK ORGANIZATIONS
- Colorado Society for Clinical Social Work
- Council on Social Work Education
- National Association of Social Workers—Colorado Chapter
- National Association of Social Workers—National
- Society for Social Work and Research
Kim Gardner MSW '95, LCSW, LAC, recently received GSSW's Community Service Award, in recognition of her significant and continuous volunteer involvement in major community activities, above and beyond her employed position.
Gardner has focused her professional career on advocacy and services for children and families. As lead clinical supervisor at the Intermountain Community Mental Health Center in Helena, Montana, Gardner plans and implements innovative and effective therapeutic school-based programs. Additionally, she serves as board secretary of the Montana Chapter of National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and previously served chaired its Ethics Committee. As the current chair of the organization's Clinical Supervision Task Force, Gardner has taken a leadership role in conducting the first three 20-hour clinical supervisor training courses, enabling the first 120 Clinical Supervisors to meet the state's "Qualified Supervisors" criteria. In May of 2013, Montana Governor Steve Bullock appointed Gardner to serve on the state's Board of Social Work Examiners and Professional Counselors through December of 2016.
Gardner was nominated for her award by NASW Montana's director, John Wilkinson (MSW '76). His nomination reads, in part, "I know our profession and association have and continue to greatly benefit from Kim's tireless, effective and largely unrecognized dedication, commitment and service to Montana's social workers."
Biography compiled by Jennifer Ladzinski, MSW student.
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