BUSSW Recognizes Recent Faculty Accomplishments and Research
Associate Professor Hyeouk Chris Hahm Invited to Present National Presentations and Workshops
1. Hahm, H.C. (2013, May). “Web of pain: Suicidality and self-harm behaviors among Asian-American women“. Invited to present in 4th Annual Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Forum. Simmons College School of Social Work. Making the invisible visible: How to educate, engage, and empower the Asian American Pacific Islander Community. Boston, Massachusetts.
2. Hahm, H.C. (2013, May). “The Mental Health and Sexual Health Crisis among API Women” Invited to present and become a panelist in the first annual conference of the State of Asian Women’s Health Forum. Federal Reserve Building. Boston, Massachusetts.
Assistant Professor Daniel P. Miller Funded for Research Proposal
Assistant Professor Daniel P. Miller was notified that his 18-month research proposal will be funded by the RIDGE Center for National Food and Nutrition Assistance Research at the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Dr. Miller’s study will use data from the State of California to assess the impact of the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program on the food security of low-income households.
Adjunct lecturer and BRIDGE Coordinator Mojdeh Rohani Presents at MGH Grand Rounds
Mojdeh Rohani, BRIDGE coordinator and adjunct lecturer, presented at MGH Grand Rounds. The title of her presentation was “Implications of Refugee Trauma on Health Care Service Delivery: Considerations for Post Crisis Interventions.”