During Black History Month, Boston College is showcasing the artwork of Social Work MSW student Frank Garcia-Ornelas. The exhibit, comprised of 12 graphic works, celebrates “The Power of Youth Movements in Black History.”
BC Social Work speaks with the family of Claudette Colvin, the first to resist bus segregation in the South
Boston College Social Work is devoted to training a next generation of social workers to best address the most pressing issues of our changing world. One of the issues that has become a focal point of the school’s strategies is immigration.
This year’s Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Annual Meeting was the biggest ever: More than 1,600 in the field descended upon New Orleans, Louisiana for presentations and conversations around the theme of the “Social and Behavioral Importance of Increased Longevity.”