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date: 05 December 2020

Weiner, Hyman J.locked

(1926–1980)
  • Alex GittermanAlex GittermanUniversity of Houston

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Hyman J. Weiner (1926–1980) was a program innovator, administrator, and educator. He was a pioneer in the conceptualization and implementation of group services in the health field. He also pioneered an Industrial Social Welfare Center and contributed to the building of industrial welfare curricula throughout the United States.

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