David Takeuchi researches the benefits of a unique weightlifting program; James Lubben helps to develop the Grand Challenges for Social Work; Ruth McRoy defines a novel model of adoption.
As head of the largest government agency in Massachusetts, Marylou Sudders epitomizes the growing capacity of social workers to influence policy.
From an urban gym comes a novel idea about how to empower struggling youth. David Takeuchi investigates why it is working.
View this photo gallery of the students at ICW, an organization using fitness training as a tool to reduce violence, while also promoting professional, personal, and academic achievement among urban youth.
“There is no such thing as a typical day” for Marylou Sudders, Secretary of Health and Human Services in Massachusetts. See photo gallery.
On the eve of the release of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si, Tiziana Dearing reflected on what the document could mean towards building new bridges between religion and the sciences.
Fresh off her own trip to the Vatican to visit with one of the writers of Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment, Associate Professor Tiziana Dearing went on “Broadside” to discuss the pontiff’s impending visit to the United States. Video.
Westy Egmont on what we need to do to live up to our country’s history of inclusion.
If it is up to Jessica Black, the integration of neuroscience research into social work will enrich our understanding of the interplay of nature and culture.
Innovative partnerships have led social epidemiologist Summer Hawkins beyond conventional conclusions in a study about smoking during pregnancy.