Boston College has officially named Kevin Mahoney Professor Emeritus for his myriad accomplishments during his time at the School of Social Work. During 30-plus years as an academic and practitioner, Mahoney was a leader in the fields of gerontology, participant direction, and disability services.
Shaw examines the vast number of rape kits that have historically gone untested in the city of Detroit, and how this is just one proof point supporting the unfortunate, widespread reality of an American criminal justice system reticent to prosecute sexual assault.
In this Q&A with Professor Dearing, she discusses some of the main ideas and impetuses behind the book, and what it means to her to contribute to a conversation intent on increasing the social impact that we all can have, especially when working together for the greater good.
First published in 2009, this updated version offers new perspectives on current methodologies in the field and changes in the populations most served by social workers, while also providing novel statistical techniques not presented in the first book.
The newly tenured rising star at BCSSW continues to be in demand for her unique approach to promoting effective social work with systematically oppressed populations in higher education.
Dorothy Book Scholar and Associate Dean of Research David Takeuchi and Assistant Professor Samantha Teixeira have co-edited a special edition issue of the W.E.B. Du Bois Review, a journal based at Harvard’s Hutchins Center for African and African American Research. The topic of this fall’s installment of the review is race and environmental equity.
A new arrival to BCSSW this fall, the professor of macro practice is a respected researcher, educator, and mentor who is focused on understanding and improving the life chances of poor women and children around the world.
Read this excerpt from Associate Professor Stephanie Berzin’s article in classy.org.
Dorothy Book Scholar and Associate Dean of Research David Takeuchi presented recent, cutting-edge research on the integration of immigrants into American life at Boston City Hall this past week, helping to paint a complex portrait of the 41 million foreign-born individuals living in the U.S.
April 13 marked BCSSW’s 10th annual Pinderhughes Diversity + Justice Lecture, and appropriately, the milestone event featured the most recent work of the eponymous emerita professor Elaine Pinderhughes.