The end of a calendar year can be a good time to reflect on where we are in our lives, and where we would like to go. Recently, members of the BCSSW Macro Social Work Student Group gathered to do just this, in a new workshop convened by Professors Tiziana Dearing and Margaret Lombe entitled “Remembering Your Why.”
On the docket was a review of the proposed bill H. 1382, which, according to the National Association of Social Workers, “would create community-based services for non-violent primary caretaker parents, as an alternative to imprisoning them and separating them from their children.”
Drew Reynolds is using network analysis to examine relationships between individuals and their environments, towards providing a guide to what social workers do – tackle social problems.
The BCSSW professor joined 20 other academics, non-profit executives, and social activists in Lima, Peru this past month as part of an initiative convened by the United Nations to make recommendations on creating more inclusive cities across the world.
Rauch is now the president of Daily Table, a not-for-profit retail grocery store designed to better serve the poor and reduce food waste.
In the most recent installment of Innovate’s series highlighting research publications from faculty members at the Boston College School of Social Work, we focus on a presentation from Scott Easton on “Long-term Mental Health Outcomes for Men with Histories of Child Sexual Abuse.”