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Message ID: 10983
Date: 2021-09-15

Author:Sunny Shin

Subject:Postdoctoral Fellowship in Prevention and Social and Emotional Learning

Dear Colleagues, The Innovation in Child and Family Wellness Research Group (Innovative Wellness) under the School of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) is pleased to announce a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the areas of social-emotional learning and substance abuse prevention. Innovative Wellness guides school- and community-based efforts to promote social-emotional learning and prevent substance abuse among adolescents. The postdoctoral fellow will join a vibrant research team to examine the efficacy of a trauma- informed, social-emotional learning program to reduce adolescent substance use, called Rise Above ( https://www.riseabovenow.org/). Please pass the attachment to your other networks. Thanks. Sunny Sunny H. Shin, PhD, MSW Associate Professor School of Social Work School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Director, Innovation in Child and Family Wellness Research Director, Rise Above , a trauma-informed, social & emotional learning program Virginia Commonwealth University Phone: 804-827-4342

Dear Colleagues, The Innovation in Child and Family Wellness Research Group (Innovative Wellness) under the School of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) is pleased to announce a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the areas of social-emotional learning and substance abuse prevention. Innovative Wellness guides school- and community-based efforts to promote social-emotional learning and prevent substance abuse among adolescents. The postdoctoral fellow will join a vibrant research team to examine the efficacy of a trauma- informed, social-emotional learning program to reduce adolescent substance use, called Rise Above ( https://www.riseabovenow.org/). Please pass the attachment to your other networks. Thanks. Sunny Sunny H. Shin, PhD, MSW Associate Professor School of Social Work School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Director, Innovation in Child and Family Wellness Research Director, Rise Above , a trauma-informed, social & emotional learning program Virginia Commonwealth University Phone: 804-827-4342