Simon, Bernece K. Papers 1930-1994

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Simon, Bernece K. Papers, 1930-1994

Simon, Bernece K. Papers 1930-1994

Bernece K. Simon, social worker, social work educator and administrator, served on the faculty of the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration from 1944 to 1979. The Bernece K. Simon Papers include correspondence, teaching material, records of the University of Chicago and the School of Social Service Administration, records of professional organizations and journals, and audio recordings.

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Simon, Bernece K.

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Bernece Kern Simon, social worker, social work educator and administrator, served on the faculty of the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration from 1944 to 1979. Simon received a bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Chicago, as well as master's degree from the School of Social Service Administration. Early in her career, she worked at the Jewish Children's Bureau, then at the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics. She joined ...

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