Barbara Jones says that leaving one state ranked dead last in access to mental health services for a state ranked second will be a refreshing change.
Massachusetts Secretary of Health & Human Services commended BU’s role in pandemic response.
BU Newbury Center ceremony celebrates inaugural members, their determination, contributions blazing new trails.
BU social worker will probe how COVID-19 hits the mental health of America’s future workforce, and what makes some people more resilient
You’re invited to attend: Integrating Social Determinants of Health into Future Health Care Policy Hosted by Rep. Karen Bass and the Congressional Social Work Caucus Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:00pm – 3:30pm B208 Longworth House Office Building Evidence has shown that health outcomes are greatly affected by housing, transportation, nutrition, education, and other socioeconomic factors. […]
Faculty from CAS, CFA, ENG, LAW, Pardee, Questrom, Sargent, SSW, STH, Wheelock The recently promoted BU faculty on the Charles River Campus “are having demonstrable impact in their disciplines and excelling as teachers in our classrooms and laboratories,” says Jean Morrison, University provost. Photo by Cydney Scott. Nearly three dozen faculty on the BU Charles […]
Six schools in top 50 in 2019 assessments The Questrom School of Business part-time MBA program jumped 10 spots in the U.S. News 2019 rankings of the country’s best graduate school programs. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. Several schools within Boston University advanced in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of the country’s best graduate […]
Travel seminar trip an education in the miseries facing immigrants Students in STH’s Arizona/Mexico Border Seminar spent more than a week in Arizona and Mexico in January immersing themselves in the existence of migrants and those who minister to them. A second group will do the same next week over spring break. STH students travel […]
Nationally recognized expert on economically disadvantaged assumes post in January Jorge Delva, incoming dean of the School of Social Work, is a prolific author and researcher and a nationally recognized scholar. Photo by Cydney Scott. Immigrated to Hawaii from Chile at age 16 Expert in substance abuse and ethnic health disparities Holds a second-degree black […]
Changing lives one filling at a time At the new Goldman School of Dental Medicine Pediatric Oral Healthcare Center’s treatment fair: three-year-old Levi McBride of Dorchester with Yasmin Alayyoubi (SDM’17) (from left), center director Dolrudee Jumlongras, an SDM clinical assistant professor, Athanasios Zavras, an SDM professor and chair of pediatric dentistry, and Stephen Prieve (SDM’18). […]