NOVEMBER 4, 2015
The School of Social Work's library received a significant upgrade this past summer, when Boston College invested substantial resources to building a gleaming, innovative space for its students.
Library staffers conducted several focus groups and student surveys ahead of the redesign, in order to ensure the new space was best suited to the school’s most important stakeholders. Boston-based architectural firm Dimella Shaffer won a competition to then integrate this feedback into the ultimate design that would become the new library.
"The library redesign was a labor of love for the many of us involved in the project," says Head Librarian Hannah Ha. "We worked hard to integrate the perspective of our students in our plans, and we are confident we've created the best possible space for both collaborative and individual study and work." More about BCSSW Unveils Revamped Social Work Library on the Blog »
OCTOBER 15, 2015
Assistant Professor Jessica Black is breaking new ground with colleagues from across the nation for a new area of inquiry: neuroscience and social work. An educational psychologist with postdoctoral training in neuroscience from the Stanford University School of Medicine, she is one of a small group of pioneers to concentrate her career in this space. Black firmly believes that neuroscience is a critical component of any social work training, and thanks to her leadership, BCSSW offers its students the option to complete a certificate in this cross-disciplinary inquiry.
More than just building a program at BCSSW, however, Black hopes to construct a new field between these spaces; this fall, she and the BC School of Social Work hosted a first-of-its-kind research symposium entitled Intersections: Social Work and Neuroscience. Find out more about this symposium on the blog »
SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
8:45 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
The Boston College Graduate School of Social Work Alumni Association and the Continuing Education Office will host the 3rd Annual "BY & FOR" GSSW Alumni Conference. Join us for workshops presented by alumni in an informal conference setting. Receive 6.5 CEUs before the October 1 deadline for social work licensure renewal.
Watch for a complete description of the conference, presentation topics, and registration information in the GSSW Continuing Education mailing in late summer 2012.
Alumni and current GSSW students, faculty, and staff are welcome.
Registration Fee: $70 (presenters $50).
Maps and Directions. Complimentary parking in the Beacon Street Garage.
Questions: Contact Vincent Lynch at 617-552-4038 or firstname.lastname@example.org.