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BC Social Work Students Present at Grad Talks

APRIL 11, 2014

Boston College Graduate School of Social Work was proud to have four students selected to present at Grad Talks, Boston College’s version of TED Talks. On Wednesday, April 2nd, BC Social Work students Kevin McCarthy, Patricia Yu, Lynne Wanamaker, and Maeve Kennedy Gormly joined six other Boston College graduate students from across disciplines to present their topics of interest and expertise to a captivated audience.  Read more about BC Social Work's Grad Talks Presenters »

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Ruth McRoy Receives Two Honors as Child Advocate and Distinguished Alumna

APRIL 7, 2014

Donahue and DiFelice Professor of Social Work Ruth McRoy has been chosen to receive two honors: a Child Advocate of the Year Award by the North American Council on Adoptable Children and the 2014 Charles I. Wright Distinguished Alumna Award presented by the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work and its alumni organization, the Social Work Alumni Network.

A member of the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work faculty since 2009, McRoy is a nationally recognized expert on adoption-related issues. Earlier this year McRoy was appointed to Governor Deval Patrick's Massachusetts Adoption Task Force. She has contributed her expertise to the federally funded AdoptUSKids project, leading a research team in studies on barriers to adoption and factors associated with successful special needs adoptions. McRoy now directs a team conducting a 10-year evaluation of AdoptUSKids.

"Throughout my social work career, I have been focused on trying to find ways to improve our child welfare system and most importantly, to improve outcomes for children and families," said McRoy. "Every child deserves a permanent family."  More about Ruth McRoy's Two Honors »

Events

GSSW Accepted Students Reception and Resource Fair

MAY 12, 2010
4:30 -6:30pm
Corcoran Commons, Heights Room

Please join us to learn more about Boston College GSSW and its MSW Program. Specialists in all areas of our MSW program will be available to answer your questions and provide information on the following topics:

  • Social Work Library & Technology
  • Field Education
  • Financial Aid
  • GSSW Student Groups
  • University Resources/Housing
  • Registration & Course Schedules

RSVP by May 6, 2010
By Phone: 617 552-4024
By E-mail: swadmit@bc.edu

For more information and resources visit our Newly Admitted Students web page.