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Takeuchi Elected Secretary of American Sociological Association

JUNE 16, 2015

The already long list of important roles played by BCSSW Associate Dean of Research David Takeuchi continues to grow: On Tuesday he was elected Secretary of the largest professional association of sociologists worldwide, the American Sociological Association (ASA).

Takeuchi will serve the ASA as Secretary-Elect in 2015-2016, and as Secretary from 2016-2019. His responsibilities will include: chairing the Committee on the Executive Office and Budget, and he will be a voting member of both the Publications and Programming Committees. More about Takeuchi Elected Secretary on the Blog »

Dearing Provides Commentary on Tsarnaev Sentencing

MAY 15, 2015

Associate Professor Tiziana Dearing continues to offer her unique perspective to some of the biggest stories taking place in the news – most recently, as a commentator on WBUR’s special coverage of the jury verdict for the sentencing phase of the Boston Marathon Bombing Trial. Dearing also appeared on New England Cable News to offer a response to the Tsarnaev sentencing.

Dearing is an experienced blogger, writing for the Huffington Post and WBUR’s Cognoscenti, and a seasoned commentator on television and radio. More about Dearing Provides Commentary on Tsarnaev Sentencing on the Blog »


GSSW Diversity Event—'Living with Disabilities: Lessons for Social Workers'

SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
12:30–5:00 p.m.
Heights Room, Corcoran Commons

All new students at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work will participate with faculty, administration, and staff in an afternoon of presentations and discussions exploring the complexity of social work practice in a diverse world. 

In addition to brief presentations by GSSW faculty and staff, there will be presentations by Susan B. Parker, former Director of Policy and Research, Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor, and by the staff, students, and parents from the Cotting School in Lexington.

Lunch will be served.