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What Kate Marple Read Kate has taught Nonprofit Communications. This summer she read hat the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance and Hope in an American City. This book is by author Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha who exposed the Flint water crisis in 2015. While it’s a story about what happened in one city,…
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Published On: September 10, 2019 | Tags: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Heal 2018 & O.P.E.N.

New resources and support groups on campus this fall! Attachments below. Read more about their specific approaches and meeting times, etc.   Heal Fall 2018: A confidential weekly support group for students affected by sexual violence. OPEN Club: The center is a resource for Northeastern students affected by sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation or…
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Published On: September 9, 2019 |
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Alumni, Corrie Hunkler, supports summer campers as Social Worker

Social worker now part of summer camp experience posted by Mount Desert Islander on July 25, 2019 article written and photo by Sarah Hinckley on News MOUNT DESERT — On Monday a young camper was hanging out in the “chill zone” at Camp Beech Cliff, taking a break from his schedule. “It’s not a reward. It’s not…
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Published On: July 30, 2019 |
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She Created A Cookbook to Help People Heal

News at Northeastern article by David Harbeck   You might not expect a cookbook to help people cope with anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders, but that’s exactly what Northeastern graduate Dayna Altman has created. Altman’s book, “Bake It Till You Make It,” features recipes and stories from more than 40 people who have…
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Published On: June 13, 2019 | Tags: ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Privilege in My Pain: Understanding Inequities in Pain Management in the US

By Hannah Lee Flath | Thursday, May 30, 2019 Hannah is a Human Services Alum who works at IHI and shared her first hand experience navigating the health care system in the U.S. Repost from IHI read the full article here. Chronic pain affects approximately 100 million people in the United States, myself included. I’ve suffered…
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Published On: June 3, 2019 | Tags: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Reflections of an Alternative Spring Break Leader by Jessica Lynch-Foust

Reflections of an Alternative Spring Break Leader By Jessica Lynch-Foust This past March, I had the incredible opportunity of leading a group of students in a service trip to Las Marias, Puerto Rico.I’m a fourth year Human Services and International Affairs major and I’ve been involved with Alternative Spring Break for the past two years….
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Published On: April 24, 2019 | Tags: ,,
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Lisa Worsh Receives LGBTQA Gratitude Award

Lisa Worsh, Co-op Coordinator received the Gratitude Award an LGBTQA Award which will be be presented at Rainbow Graduation April 18th 2019 ! She is being recognized as a dedicated and committed member of the campus community, working to create an inclusive, welcoming, and just environment for all of those at Northeastern. Click here to learn more about the LGBTQA Resource Center…
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Published On: April 18, 2019 | Tags: ,,,,
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Kathleen Brody ’19 Hodgkinson Award Honoree

Kathleen Brody ’19, as well as Minhal Ahmed and Jameson O’Reilly, are the 2019 winners of the Harold D. Hodgkinson Award—Northeastern’s top undergraduate honor. They have excelled inside and outside the classroom, demonstrating a deep commitment to experiential learning. They will be honored April 18th at the Academic Honors Convocation 2019, along with a record-setting…
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Exploring the Interaction of Student Loan Debt and Longevity Planning within the Context of the Family – Julie Miller ’09

Human Services and ASL alum, Julie Miller ’09 has been featured in Boston College’s SSWR Doctoral Student Spotlight. Exploring the Interaction of Student Loan Debt and Longevity Planning within the Context of the Family Researcher: Julie Miller About the Researcher: Julie Miller, MSW, is a fourth year doctoral candidate at Boston College and a Research…
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Published On: April 17, 2019 | Tags: ,,
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Dayna Altman (BS ’15, MPH ’18) Cookbook Workshop

Human Services alum, Dayna Altman (BS ’15, MPH ’18) is hosting a workshop on April 20th, inspired by her upcoming cookbook “Bake it Till You Make it: Breaking Bread, Building Resilience.” The mental health and resilience cookbook is anticipated to come out on June 1st, but she is taking every opportunity before then to share…
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Published On: April 16, 2019 | Tags: ,,
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