The FACES Council hosted a Zoom event in which BC faculty discussed institutional racism and anti-racism techniques for the classroom. Over 100 attended.
Best-selling author Meg Jay spoke on March 14 about how to take advantage of and plan through the transition after college and into one’s 20s.
UCLA professor Linda Sax lectured on the gender and race gaps that exist within the realm of computer science education on Thursday.
The Boston College chapter of the peer-to-peer texting support system Lean On Me officially launched on Jan. 21 and is now available for use by BC students.
Susan Tohn, a professor in the Boston College School of Social Work, and Sarah Castricum, senior instructional developer at the Center for Teaching Excellence, collaborated on “Cultivating Courageous Classroom Conversations,” part of BC’s International Education Week.
Elizabeth H. Shlala was recently named the new assistant director of the core curriculum at Boston College, according to a University release.
Hans Olson, assistant undersecretary of Homeland Security and senior adviser on anti-terrorism and cyber security, addressed the basics of the electrical grid system, potential threats to it, and the strategies of cybersecurity being implemented to protect the grid.
Aishah Shahidah Simmons, a black lesbian feminist and award-winning producer, writer, and director of NO! The Rape Documentary, spoke about her personal experience of childhood sexual violence and its impact on her life and professional career.