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Upcoming Events

2021 BUSSW Alumni Association Awards Virtual Ceremony

Please join us in celebrating five outstanding members of our School community! The 2021 BUSSW Alumni Association Awards will be hosted via streaming webinar on October 2, 2021 as part of BU Alumni Weekend.

All who wish to attend should register in advance. For more information, please visit the Alumni Awards webpage and the Alumni Weekend FAQ page.

Saturday, October 2, 2021
12:00–1:00pm (ET)


BUSSW on (Virtual) Wheels

Please join Dean Jorge Delva as he shares a brief update about BUSSW’s return to a “normal” school year. He will be joined by Bronwyn Keefe (SSW’00, SPH’01, GRS’14), research assistant professor and director of the Center for Aging & Disability Research & Education and The Network for Professional Education. Keefe will share an overview of The Network which empowers professionals and organizations working in health and social services to grow their expertise and support their workforce by expanding their competencies. You’ll also learn about The Trainers Hub, a key component of The Network that showcases BUSSW alumni, staff, and faculty members who can provide training and consultation in a variety of topic areas across the country. With a goal to foster knowledge sharing and collaboration, The Network and The Trainers Hub are committed to developing  opportunities for our talented pool of alumni, staff, and faculty at BUSSW through lifelong learning as part of our supportive, forward-looking community of practice.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021
5:00–6:00pm (ET)



Annual Events

Alumni Association Awards

We are excited to host the 2021 BUSSW Alumni Association Awards virtually this fall. Please note that nominations are now closed. Visit our Alumni Awards webpage for more information.

The Hubie Jones Lecture in Urban Health

Information about the 2021 Hubie Jones Lecture in Urban Health will be announced soon. Please visit our Hubie Jones Lecture in Urban Health webpage for more information.



Boston University strives to be accessible, inclusive and diverse in our facilities, programming and academic offerings. Your experience in this event is important to us. If you have a disability (including but not limited to learning or attention, mental health, concussion, vision, mobility, hearing, physical or other health related), require communication access services for the deaf or hard of hearing, or believe that you require a reasonable accommodation for another reason, please contact us at three weeks prior to the event to discuss your needs.