Dispatches from the Field is a recurring feature at Innovate@BCSW designed to showcase the school’s commitment to fostering, through field education, fruitful relationships with organizations that are providing critical services to those living at the margins of society. Mossman is working at Lahey Health Behavioral Services.
Dispatches from the Field is a recurring feature at Innovate@BCSW designed to showcase the school’s commitment to fostering, through field education, fruitful relationships with organizations, both in Boston and around the world, that are providing critical services to those living at the margins of society.
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.
The founder and CEO of Harbor Camps sits down with Innovate to discuss what Boston College meant to him, and how the support he received here has allowed him to establish, and grow, a first-of-its kind inclusive camp.
On November 11th, BCSSW was honored to hear from the NIJ’s communications director on “Turning Powerful Ideas into Meaningful Change: How to Translate Research to Support its Use,” offering specific techniques to the social worker or academic seeking to advocate for new policy based on study findings.
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.
On March 4, Hartford HealthCare CEO Elliot Joseph visited BC Social Work to share his expertise with students as the latest featured guest in the school’s Leadership Speakers Luncheon Series.
Mark Linton spent nine years on the staff of Senator and then President Barack Obama, serving in various leadership roles. This spring, he will add Visiting Fellow at BCSSW to his impressive resume.
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.
Rachel Kaprielian has devoted her life to public service, and has forged a positive reputation in the upper echelons of state and national government. This past week, she was named a Regional Director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; she has also served as Registrar of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles,…