Chronology of Annual National Institutes

(Updates and corrections welcome!)
Date Location Details
July 6-8th, 2016 El Paso, Texas Host: The University of Texas at El Paso College of Health Sciences and the Department of Social Work
July 15-17, 2015 University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD Host: the Department of Social Work, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
July 16-18, 2014 Silver City, New Mexico Host:Institute for Rural Social Work Research, School of Social Work, Western New Mexico Univ. and National Rural Social Work Caucus
July 17-20, 2013 Millersville, Pennsylvania Host: Millersville University Department of Social Work, Millersville, PA; Karen Rice. In the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country. Info at: http://blogs.millersville.edu/ruralconference2013/
2012, July 19-22 Nashville, Indiana Hosted by Indiana University School of Social Work, Ginny Majewski
2011, July 14-16 Natchitoches, Louisiana 36th Annual National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas hosted by Northwestern State University Department of Social Work, Barb Pierce-Cruise.
2010, July 15-17 Presque Isle, Maine #2 Hosted by University of Maine at Presque Isle Department of Social Work, Kim-Anne Perkins.
2009, July 26-28 Duluth, Minnesota 34th Annual National Institute on Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas, Mike Raschick.
2008 Boise, Idaho Bosie State University, Butch Rodenhiser
2007, July 25-27 Montgomery, Alabama Troy University and Wiregrass Hospice,Ben Arellano
2006, July 19-21 Bowling Green, Kentucky Western Kentucky University, Suzie Cashwell
2005, July 6-9, National Conservation Training Center, Shepherdstown, West Virginia (#3) West Virginia University, Barry Locke
2004, July 28-31 Salt Lake City, Utah University of Utah, Scott Sorensen
2003, August 6-9 Durham, New Hampshire University of New Hamsphire, Bob Jolley
2002, July 17-20 Frostburg, Maryland Frostburg State University, Baxter Wright
2001, May 30-June 2 Austin, Texas University of Texas, Cal Streeter
2000, July 21 Presque Isle, Maine #1 University of Maine at Presque Isle, Kim-Anne Perkins
1999, July 24-27 Salisbury, Maryland Salisbury University/University of Maryland Eastern Shore
1998, July 16-19 Chapel Hill, North Carolina University of North Carolina, Dick Edwards
1997 Grand Forks, North Dakota University of North Dakota, Mike Jacobsen
1996, July 28-30 Kalamazoo, Michigan Western MI University
1995, July 23-26 Knoxville, Tennessee (#2) University of Tennessee, Paul Campbell
1994, July 24-27 Castleton, Vermont Castleton State College, Natalie Duaney
1993, July 25-28 Oxford College, Oxford GA (outside Atlanta) University of Georgia, Ray McNair
1992 Morgantown, West Virginia (#2) West Virginia University, Barry Locke
1991, August 4-7 Nacogdoches, Texas Stephen F Austin University, Mike Daley
1990, August 5-8 Fredonia, New York SUNY College at Fredonia, Ed Jacobs
1989 Bemidji, Minnesota Bemidji State College/St Olaf College, Mary Ann Reitmeir/Naurine Lennox
1988 Fort Collins, Colorado Colorado State University, Becky Garrison
1987 Pensacola, Florida University of West Florida, Rich Doelker
1986 Harrisonburg, Virginia James Madison University, Gary
1985 Columbia, Missouri University of Missouri, Judi Davenport
1984 Orono, Maine University of Maine, Bill Whittaker
1983 Cheney, Washington Eastern Washington University
1982 Dubuque, Iowa University of Iowa/St Catherine’s College, Mike Jacobsen
1981 Penn Conference Center, Frogmore (Beaufort), South Carolina University of South Carolina, Lynne Clemmons/Judson Morris
1980, July 27-30 Burlington, Vermont Adelphi University/Vermont Program, Joanne Gumpert
1979, July 29-Aug 1 Laramie, Wyoming University of Wyoming, Judy & Joe Davenport
1977, August 7-10 Morgantown, West Virginia (#1) West Virginia University, Barry Locke
1976, July 18-21 Madison, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin, Steve Webster, Ira Colby, et al
1975 Knoxville, Tennessee (#1) University of Tennessee, Paul Campbell, Gideon Fryer