Program Advisory Board

Given the size of the social work faculty, there is no committee structure within the program. However, there is an Advisory Board to the program that was established in Fall 1992.


  • To develop and maintain ongoing ties between the social work practice community and the program/department.
  • To provide opportunities for students, field instructors and social work practitioners to contribute to the program’s educational policies and curriculum content.


There are 10-12 members, which include current students, alumni, field instructors, and social work practitioners from a range of fields of practice; Program Coordinator, and Field Education Director. Students who attend the meetings are either officers of the Social Work Club and/or a student representative to NH NASW