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Distinguished Alumni Honored for 2016

JANUARY 21, 2016

The Distinguished Alumni Awards honor Boston College School of Social Work MSW or PhD alumni who have made significant contributions to the social work profession. This year, two awards were handed out during a ceremony held on January 8th at McGuinn Hall, to  Daniel Gill, MSW '06, and  Judith S. Willison, MSW '87.

Daniel D. Gill is currently employed by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs' VA Maryland Health Care System as a Team Lead in the HUD-VASH (Veterans Affairs Supported Housing) program.
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Judith S. Willison is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Bridgewater State University. She teaches social work practice courses, Dynamics of Diversity and Oppression, and an elective focused on a multisystemic approach to addressing violence.  See bio »  

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Events

Address by Governor Deval Patrick

Governor Deval Patrick
Governor Deval Patrick

APRIL 2, 2013
11:00a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Robsham Theater
Free but ticketed event. Limited tickets available at Robsham Theater Box Office.
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Boston College Graduate School of Social Work invites the Boston College community to an address by Deval Patrick, Governor of Massachusetts, about the politics and policies of inclusion.

Deval Patrick, the 71st Governor of Massachusetts, rose from Chicago's South Side to attend Milton Academy, Harvard College, and Harvard Law School. Having served as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights under President Clinton, he brings a commitment to education, immigrants, veterans, health care, and the environment. His administration is notable for the diversity of his appointments and the inclusivity of his policies. Boston College is honored to have Governor Patrick address the challenges of promoting an inclusive government.

Co-hosted by the Immigrant Integration Lab.

For more information, contact swfield@bc.edu.

Read the article from the Boston College Chronicle »