Dr. Richard CaputoRichard Caputo, PhD, a Professor of Social Policy and Research at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, was recently informed that Dr. Leslie E Tower has recognized and honored him as her mentor through the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Council on the Role and Status of Women in Social Work Education Mentor Recognition Program. The Mentor Recognition Program honors mentors who have made a difference and supports the activities of the Women’s Council. In a letter informing Dr. Caputo, it was stated “We often stand on the shoulders of those who have come before us, and our mentors provide crucial support and guidance that make it possible for us to achieve our personal and professional goals.”

Dr. Tower writes “Richard Caputo genuinely cares about his students. He is kind, thoughtful, and generous with both his time and extensive expertise. He is extremely patient with his students. As needed, he provides compassionate and respectful support. Richard was a very important part of my doctoral education.”

According to the letter sent to Dr. Caputo, the mentors recognized through the Mentor Recognition Program are acknowledged in the Networking Breakfast Program, as well as on the CSWE website. For many Council members and other attendees, the Networking Breakfast is the highlight of the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education. The breakfast brings diverse women and men together to network and honor feminist research through presentation of the Feminist Scholarship Award, offered in the name of an outstanding scholar in social work education. The Networking Breakfast was held on Saturday, October 17, 2014 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown during the CSWE Annual Program Meeting (APM).

Wurzweiler congratulates Dr. Caputo on being recognized and honored as a mentor!



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