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.
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.
Erika Sabbath is proving that better outcomes are possible when public health and social work join forces in the study of workplace hazards.
BCSSW convenes unique PhD summer colloquium; Takeuchi elected ASA secretary; Pitt-Catsouphes delivers SSWR keynote.
Innovation flourishes in spaces where the mind is encouraged to run and jump and play, where collaborators become catalysts, and where serious research breaks new ground. At BC Social Work all that is happening, and more—in three stimulating environments.
A few of the multitude of successful research projects at BC earning commendation this year.
James Lubben helps to chart an agenda for the 21st century as one of the thought leaders behind the Grand Challenges for Social Work, an initiative devised by the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare.
Ruth McRoy’s research into two rural initiatives reveals a model that could reform adoption policies and practices.