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Tim McCarthy, adjunct lecturer in public policy, was awarded the 2014 Codman Square Health Center Community Service Award for his commitment to the Clemente Humanities Program.
McCarthy has taught an American history course to adult students at Codman Square Health Center since 2001. The college level course is part of the Clemente Course in the Humanities, a free, nationwide course available to individuals in underserved communities. This year McCarthy received the course's first ever-endowed chair in the nation, the Stanley Paterson Professorship in American History.
McCarthy was honored during the Codman Square Health Center’s public annual meeting on June 27. The Codman Square Health Center is a community-based, outpatient health care and multi-service center in the heart of Dorchester. Its mission is “to build the best urban community in America.”
McCarthy is a lecturer on history and literature, adjunct lecturer in public policy, and director of the Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights Program at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.