After attending BC as an undergraduate and working as an employee and mentor at the University for 40 years, Jim O’Neill, an Information Technology Services employee, is retiring.
For 30 Women, A Journey To Korea’s Demilitarized Zone
LSOE professor Brinton Lykes, along with 29 other women, ventured to Korea’s Demilitarized Zone in the aftermath of the Korean War.
Spoon University Ventures Into BC Food Scene
The food-focused website has a different, localized site for each of its participating universities.
Lynch School Professors Earn Spots in Education Week Rankings
Two Lynch School professors, Andy Hargreaves and Marilyn Cochran-Smith, were listed in Education Week’s rankings of professors who impact conversation surrounding education and create scholarly work outside the classroom, like books and articles.
Nanci Tessier Appointed First Vice Provost For Enrollment Management
Nanci Tessier, BC ’82, believes that when working in admissions, it is critical to to identify with the mission of the university.
International Education Week Sparks Global Focus
International Education Week seeks to highlight the importance of students becoming more knowledgeable about varying cultures, and to reveal how important international education is to the Boston College community.
Real Food BC Seeks Healthy Dining Options Across Campus
The Real Food BC Program seeks to allow students to bond over their similar interests and share their ideas in order to bring healthier options to the dining halls.
BC Creates New Website For Increased Access To ADA Resources
Over the summer, Judy Ferres, associate director of the Office for Institutional Diversity (OID), helped create a website that provides students with disabilities one central location where they can access information about how to get around on campus.
NCOW Opens Doors To BC Community
GLC hosts National Coming Out Week to give members of the BC community an opportunity to express their sexuality in a supportive environment.