APRIL 1, 2014
Heights Room, Corcoran Commons
Free, but REGISTRATION REQUIRED by March 24, 2014
Field supervisors and their interns are invited to attend the annual Mary Mason Field Appreciation Breakfast. Named in honor of Mary A. Mason, the longest serving Director of Field Education at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, the event is an opportunity to thank supervisors for their significant contribution to our students' training and education. More about the Mary Mason Breakfast »
MARCH 28, 2014
Murray Room, Yawkey Center
1.25 CEUs. Breakfast buffet
Free, but REGISTRATION REQUIRED by March 14, 2014
Mary Catherine Bateson is a writer and cultural anthropologist. Bateson's books include With a Daughter's Eye: A Memoir of Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson and the best-selling Composing a Life. Her most recent book, Composing a Further Life: The Age of Active Wisdom, focuses on the contributions of engaged older adults and was written to raise consciousness of the changing life cycle and to encourage older adults to claim a voice for the future. More about the Pinderhughes Diversity Lecture »
JANUARY 13, 2014
The Boston College Graduate School of Social Work is pleased to welcome Won "Hannah" Ha as the new Head of the Social Work Library. BC Social Work is one of only twelve social work schools in the U.S. and the only social work school in New England to maintain its own Social Work Library.
Ha comes to Boston College with over ten years of professional library experience, most recently at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Her previous responsibilities included managing Circulation, Reserves, and InterLibrary Loans, as well as providing other library services such as collection development, reference, and instruction. She has served on campus-wide and department-specific committees including the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Steering Committee, the Ethnic Studies Steering Committee, the Asian Advisory Board, and the Provost Search Committee.
Ha recently won an award for her volunteer work as a Domestic Violence Victim's Advocate at Korean-American Women in Need in Chicago, Illinois. She has a strong personal commitment to the core values of the field of social work, having volunteered at the Rape Crisis Center in Las Vegas and at Volunteers for Peace workcamps in Denmark and France.
Ha earned a Master of Library and Information Science from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and her Bachelors degree in Psychology and French from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.