Nearly Half of US Youth Have Been Stalked/Harassed by Partners
Family and neighborhood risk factors show that dating abuse prevention can’t just focus on individuals.
Professor Receives NIH Grants to Study Alcohol Use, Peer Relationships among Autistic Youth
Emily Rothman will gather data to inform interventions that reduce underage alcohol consumption and promote healthy peer relationships among autistic adolescents and transition-age youth.
Alum Receives Social Work Lifetime Achievement Award
Betty J. Ruth, director of BU’s Dual Degree Program in Social Work and Public Health, will receive the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Significant Lifetime Achievement in Social Work Education Award in November.
Four Ways COVID-19 Has Exposed Gaps in the US Social Safety Net
Disaster preparedness isn’t just the National Guard, personal protective equipment, and bottled water anymore.
“The Other” and Our Health
By scapegoating “the other,” the administration’s non-immigrant visa proclamation creates division that undermines health at a difficult moment.
Professor Receives $6 Million in NIH Grants to Study Air Pollution, Noise, and Dementia Risk
Jennifer Weuve received two grants from the National Institute on Aging to study the impact of air pollution and community noise on one’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.