April 7, 2021
Mosakowski Institute interns Dara Reyes and Matt Waggett sat down (virtually) with Director of Behavioral Health Initiatives, Dr. Aaron Haddock, to find out more about what makes him tick, as a person and as a professional, why he came to MIPE and his goals for the Institute, and what does he see as the most urgent challenges and hopeful possibilities for behavioral health services for youth. …
February 5, 2021
Re-opening schools calls for a high bar
As we move toward re-opening schools, we must carefully consider how best to do so. We’ve been in uncharted waters for nearly a year, simply doing our best to adjust to an unfamiliar, unpredictable, and ever-evolving state of affairs. …
February 1, 2021
Statement by Dr. Nadia Ward on Black History Month 2021
On this Black History Month, Mosakowski Institute’s Executive Director Dr. Nadia Ward shares the ways in which young Black people have been and continue to be at the forefront of movements for civil rights and social justice. …
Mosakowski Institute in the News
March 5, 2021
Director Dr. Nadia Ward spoke to NBC10 Boston on COVID-19 mental health impact on students as Massachusetts schools are scheduled to re-open, suggesting to be patient with young people who will experience a range of emotions in their transition back.
March 4, 2021
Dr. Nadia Ward served as a panelist on the KQED Forum, The Kids Are Not All Right: How The Pandemic Has Intensified Mental Health Problems for Young People, discussing how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated exisiting mental health problems and created new ones for young people.
October 19, 2020
Interview with Dr. Nadia Ward in the Mary Christie Quarterly: Interesting People Doing Important Work by Marjorie Malpiede, in which the Institute’s Director explains why and how the Mosakowski Institute is “more of an ‘action tank’ than a ‘think tank.’ ”
11th Annual Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar
Please note: This event has been postponed to a later date due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Clark University’s Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise will host the 11th Annual Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar:
Finding Our Way: Discovering New Pathways Toward an Improved Behavioral Health System of Care for Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Location: Room 428, Boston State House