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Events

Pinderhughes Diversity Lecture
Salome Raheim

APRIL 15, 2015
8:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Murray Room, Yawkey Center
1.25 CEUs, Breakfast buffet
Free, but REGISTRATION REQUIRED by April 10, 2015
RSVP to Christine McIntosh at chris.mcintosh@bc.edu.

Salome Raheim, PhD, ACSW, is Dean and Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Social Work and is the first African American and person of color to hold this position. She served as founding co-director of the university’s Health Disparities Institute from 2010 to 2014. She is co-founder of The Privilege Project, an international collaboration to address issues of social justice in micro and macro practice.  More about the Pinderhughes Diversity Lecture »

BC Social Work Recruitment Fair

MARCH 27, 2015
11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Murray Room, 4th Floor, Yawkey Center

Recruiters from across New England will be on campus to talk to students about employment opportunities at their agencies. Boston College School of Social Work students and alumni are invited to meet with area agency representatives and pick up materials and handouts describing their programs.  More about the BC Social Work Recruitment Fair »

News

U.S. News Ranks BC Social Work in Top Ten

U.S. News Ranks GSSW in Top Ten

MARCH 14, 2012

The current U.S. News and World Report listing of "America’s Best Graduate Schools" has ranked the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work at #10.

The Graduate School of Social Work, which is ranked with other social work programs every four years, was rated 14th nationally in 2009. The current ranking, which coincides with the academic year marking our school's 75th Anniversary, "reflects the amazing accomplishments of our faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and our strong relationships with local and global partners," said Dean Alberto Godenzi.

View the rankings from U.S. News and World Report »
Read more from the Boston College Chronicle »
Read the article from the Boston College Heights »
Read the editorial from the Boston College Heights »