In this Q&A, she discusses her time as a PhD student at Boston College and her research studying social workers in occupied Palestine, and she offers advice for PhD students interested in international opportunities.
Kumar joined the BCSSW faculty this past September. In this Q&A with Innovate, he discusses his diverse background working across consulting, engineering, and social work; his transdisciplinary approach to research projects; and his expectations for teaching and inquiry at Boston College.
Assistant Professor Erika Sabbath cites research, including her own, that shows that sexual harassment in the workplace has been found to impact both physical and mental health of those harassed.
Howard brought a uniquely personal approach to admissions over the course of 39 years of service to the School of Social Work.
Pinderhughes Fellowship winner Victor Figuereo is now in his third year at BCSSW. He is a member of the school’s Latino Leadership Initiative, and specifically, he is part of the LLI’s Latino Research Seminar, a program designed to address the disparity of Latino professors in higher education.
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.
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.