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Summer 2013

The Boggs Center Welcomes 2013-2014 Student Trainees

Heather Ciociola,  Daniel Greco, Sherri Willson

Four students are participating in The Boggs Center's 2013-2014 Interdisciplinary Traineeship Program coordinated by Caroline Coffield, PhD, Instructor of Pediatrics and Interdisciplinary Training Coordinator of The Boggs Center.

Heather Ciociola, a first year MSW student at Rutgers University School of Social Work, will complete her field education placement at The Boggs Center and will be supervised by Robyn Carroll, MSW, Communications Manager. Sherri Wilson, a first year MSW student at Rutgers University School of Social Work, will complete her field education placement at The Boggs Center and will be supervised by Michael Knox, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Deputy Director. Daniel Greco, a senior biology major from The College of New Jersey and Loretta Sun, MSW, a student enrolled in the Addiction Counselor Training Program at the Rutgers School of Social Work are participating in the Intermediate Traineeship Program at The Boggs Center. Both are being supervised by Caroline Coffield, PhD.

Community Oriented Primary Care Students Complete Summer Assistantship Program

2013 COPC Graduates

The Boggs Center collaborated with Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Department of Family Medicine on the summer 2013 Assistantship in Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC). The six-week program provided an opportunity for medical, physician assistant, nursing, pharmacy, and graduate social work students to experience the challenges and satisfaction of providing basic services in healthcare and education to underserved communities in New Jersey. The Boggs Center sponsored three students in the 2013 program, who conducted internships at agencies serving people with developmental disabilities. The Center also served as an internship site for one student. The 2013 COPC Program culminated in a celebration event on July 19, 2013 with a poster session and recognition for community mentors and students held in New Brunswick, NJ. Deborah Spitalnik, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics and Executive Director of The Boggs Center, delivered the keynote address at the ceremony, commending the students for choosing careers of service.

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