The event, co-directed by professors Ruth McRoy and David Takeuchi, was initiated to provide advanced social work graduate students from different institutions with a space to engage in discussions about different forms of inequality, especially race.
This past July, BCSSW alumnus Daniel Javier Concha Gamboa was named managing director of the National Disability Service of Chile (SENADIS) by Chilean President Michelle Bachellet. He talks to Innovate about his new role.
This student-authored blog chronicles a BCSSW course, where, in collaboration with Pontificia Universidad Catόlica de Chile (PUC), students assessed mother-child attachment in Chile’s largest women’s prison.
Many members of the BCSSW faculty were hard at work over the summer, teaching, presenting speeches, conducting research, and forging partnerships with individuals all over the world.
This week, BCSSW Professor Westy Egmont has offered his experienced voice to the conversation around Syria’s refugees, appearing on Nightside with Dan Rea, a WBZ-produced radio talk show carried by stations in 38 states, and in an interview with Boston.com.
Kate Neidorf, MSW ’15, learned so much during her global field education placement at Hagar Cambodia that she decided to extend her stay there for at least twelve months following graduation.
Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia Timothy Senior (MSW, MBA ’92) has adopted the mantra of servant leadership throughout his life work, from his role as Secretary of Catholic Human Services in Philadelphia to his current position as the rector of the city’s seminary.