PhD candidate Rob Hasson III reflects on his experience at SSWR 2017.
Since its founding in 2005 with a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Boston College’s Center on Aging & Work has provided a strong, informed voice advocating for our nation’s aging workforce. Learn more about the Center in this Q&A with co-director Jacquelyn James.
Read responses from four current BCSSW student leaders, as they reflect on their career choice.
This semester, BCSSW proudly hosted renowned French public intellectual Édouard Tétreau as a visiting scholar at the school. In this Q&A, he discusses the budding concept of ethical finance, and how he hopes to continue to collaborate with BC in the ongoing mission to build a more equitable world.
In this Q&A, the CSWE’s Yolanda Padilla and Assistant Professor Rocío Calvo discuss the Center’s mission and the potential for a productive partnership with the LLI; and how both programs, working together, have the potential to contribute to a new, more culturally competent paradigm in social work education and practice.
In this short video from this year’s border course, Westy Egmont outlines some of the challenges facing social workers at the point of entry of Nogales, and he explains how BCSSW helps to train MSW candidates to better understand these challenges, and begin to build solutions.
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.”
As the world awaits the most talked about writing to come out of the Vatican in perhaps decades, Associate Professor Tiziana Dearing provides a hopeful voice in WBUR’s online magazine Cognoscenti.
What’s the best way to get your policy perspective heard by people that can make change happen? Go straight to Capitol Hill. In a way, that’s the tactic taken by Associate Professor Tiziana Dearing, in her latest opinion piece to be published on poverty.
On May 18th, Kevin McCarthy graduated from the Boston College School of Social Work with an MSW, making him a proud Double Eagle. Kevin’s journey at BC, which began in the 1970s, has been long and winding, and has taken him from Chestnut Hill to Worcester and beyond.