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Message ID: 10257
Date: 2017-09-05

Author:jrosenz324aol.com

Subject:APSAC is Creating a Database of Academic Programs Related to Child Maltreatment

Dear Colleagues, The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) is creating an on-line, searchable database of academic programs with a focus on child maltreatment. Like APSAC's membership, the database is intended to be multidisciplinary, allowing users to search across states, professional schools, departments, and degree types. In order to populate this database, we're asking for your help. Please complete this survey -- https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/APSACSurveyAcademicPrograms -- for programs where you hold a faculty or administrative position. Students are asked to pass this survey along to a program chair. This is a great opportunity to share information about your program with the thousands of people who visit the APSAC website. Please complete one survey for each program type as well as each credential offered. If you have any questions, please email Bri Stormer at bstormer@apsac.org . To ensure that our database is as complete as possible, we ask that you to forward this message to colleagues affiliated with academic programs known to you. We expect to publish the database at www.APSAC.org within 90 days. Thank you! Sincerely, Janet F Rosenzweig PhD, MPA Executive Director American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children JFRosenzweig@apsac.org

Dear Colleagues, The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) is creating an on-line, searchable database of academic programs with a focus on child maltreatment. Like APSAC's membership, the database is intended to be multidisciplinary, allowing users to search across states, professional schools, departments, and degree types. In order to populate this database, we're asking for your help. Please complete this survey -- https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/APSACSurveyAcademicPrograms -- for programs where you hold a faculty or administrative position. Students are asked to pass this survey along to a program chair. This is a great opportunity to share information about your program with the thousands of people who visit the APSAC website. Please complete one survey for each program type as well as each credential offered. If you have any questions, please email Bri Stormer at bstormerapsac.org . To ensure that our database is as complete as possible, we ask that you to forward this message to colleagues affiliated with academic programs known to you. We expect to publish the database at www.APSAC.org within 90 days. Thank you! Sincerely, Janet F Rosenzweig PhD, MPA Executive Director American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children JFRosenzweigapsac.org