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Research Roundup

NOVEMBER 11, 2014

Several faculty and students at Boston College School of Social Work have been recognized for their work on critical research studies and creative projects serving the community. While the commendations represent a diversity of subject matter and methods of inquiry, all of the projects share the same principal mission: to support work to create social change.

The scholarships, awards, and commendations are from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the National Institute on Aging, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and other organizations.  More about research roundup »

GSSW in the News
Grant to Aid Study of Long-Term Impact of Sexual Abuse

NOVEMBER 5, 2014

A National Institutes of Health grant will support research by School of Social Work Assistant Professor Scott Easton on middle-aged and older men who are coping with the effects of sexual abuse they endured in childhood.

The one-year $156,500 R03 Small Research Grant from the NIH National Institute on Aging will illuminate the experiences of a population that, amidst the growing awareness of child sexual abuse, has been generally overlooked, said Easton.  More about grant to aid study »

Events

Mary Mason Appreciation Breakfast for Field Supervisors

 
Photos from the Mary Mason Appreciation Breakfast for Field Supervisors at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work.

TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 2010
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Yawkey Center, Chestnut Hill Campus

Field interns and their supervisors are invited to attend the annual Mary Mason Appreciation Breakfast for Field Supervisors. Named in honor of Mary A. Mason, the first Director of Field Education at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work, the Breakfast is an opportunity for interns to thank supervisors for their significant contribution to the students' education.

"Field Supervisors provide the mentoring that helps our students understand the meaningfulness of their work."
—William Keaney, PhD, Director of Field Education