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.
In the most recent installment of Innovate’s series highlighting research publications from faculty members at the Boston College School of Social Work, we highlight a commentary from Stephanie Berzin and Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes on “Social Innovation from the Inside: Considering the Intrapreneurship Path.”
This year’s Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Annual Meeting was the biggest ever: More than 1,600 in the field descended upon New Orleans, Louisiana for presentations and conversations around the theme of the “Social and Behavioral Importance of Increased Longevity.”
Faculty at BC Social Work have been recognized for their work on critical research studies and creative projects serving the community over the past couple of months. While this sampling of commendations represents a diversity of subject matter and methods of inquiry, all of these projects share the same principal mission: to support work to…
BC Social Work Professor Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes has written extensively on America’s aging workforce, and this week, she penned her latest article on the subject for online forum The Conversation. The focus of her piece surrounds two important trends in the U.S. that she says could “transform the structure of work in the near future.”