Center for Human Rights & International Justice end-of-year gathering
Join the Center for this end-of-year event over lunch celebrating this year's graduate certificate recipients and an exposition of research conducted with the assistance of the Center's summer research grants.
Short presentations of findings:
- Hannah Cazzetta, MA student in International Higher Education, Lynch School of Education “Fighting Food and Housing Insecurity in the University Capital of the U.S.”
- Peter Fay, PhD candidate in Theology, Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences “The Victimization of Major Mental Illness in the United States: A Christian Social Virtue Ethics Response”
- Ellen Gutowski, Ph.D. candidate, Counseling Psychology, Lynch School of Education “Workplace Sexual Harassment in the Context of 21st Century Precarity”
- María Emilia Bianco Galíndez*, PhD candidate in Social Work, School of Social Work, “Mothering across Borders: The stories of Central American mothers who crossed the US-Mexico border with their children and are seeking asylum in the US.” *Kelsey Rennebohm Fellowship recipient
- And a special presentation: "Kelsey Rennebohm's Contributions to the Study of Maya K'iche' Migrant Families' Wellbeing and Human Rights"
by Gabriela Távara Vásquez, PhD in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology, Lynch School of Education; current Proessor of Psychology at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, and 2014 Kelsey Rennebohm Fellowship recipient, and Professor of Community-Cultural Psychology, and Center Co-Director M. Brinton Lykes.
RSVP for lunch at tinyurl.com/May16CHRIJ
Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 12:00pm
Stokes Hall, S295 (South Wing)
Boston College, 59-107 College Road, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, USA