Marylou Sudders, Associate Professor at the Boston College School of Social Work, has been awarded a major grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Welcome! We are delighted to announce the launch of our school blog Innovate@BCSocialWork, an interactive space designed to serve those who are committed to social justice. The blog isn’t only for students, alumni, and faculty of the Boston College School of Social Work, it’s for anyone seeking to engage in an intellectual forum about how…
In a recent piece that trended on the Huffington Post’s Politics Blog, BC Social Work Associate Professor Tiziana Dearing provided analysis on the US Census Bureau’s 2013 report on Income, Poverty and Health Insurance, which was released last week.
You may have followed the debate over the Frontiers in Innovation, Research, Science, and Technology, or (FIRST) Act, which is currently before the U.S. Congress. The proposed law would cut funding to research in the social sciences, and give politicians more say as to which projects are awarded federal monies.
New BC Social Work Assistant Professor Erika Sabbath has been awarded a major grant for research into the economic and health effects of psychosocial workplace exposures.
The themes of race and justice have taken center stage in the United States over recent weeks; the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the impending deportation of tens of thousands of undocumented children from Central America have left deep imprints upon the national consciousness.
This past month, Radio Boston invited Associate Professor of Macro Practice Tiziana Dearing to discuss a new survey that showed growing levels of suburban poverty throughout New England.