Boston College Graduate School of Social Work publishes a special interest magazine that explores the major social issues of the day. Topics include global health; relief and development; immigrants and refugees; health equity; mental health; Jesuit education; aging; children and families; empowerment; entrepreneurship; and social innovation.
This issue of BC Social Work Magazine showcases a series of new networking initiatives launched by Boston College Graduate School of Social Work faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends. Our school has become a networking hub, building bridges with people and communities towards a humane, just, and sustainable world.
Featuring 22 social innovators who speak about the major social issues of the day and what they say is critical to effect change.
Topics include Global Health, Relief and Development, Immigrants and Refugees, Health Equity, Mental Health, Jesuit Education, Aging, Children and Families, Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, and Social Innovation.
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