Boston College physics professor Kenneth Burch collaborated with a team of researchers from other universities to publish a paper on June 8 detailing the discovery of a new phase of matter in his BC lab.
The UGBC Student Assembly (SA) voted to increase the organization’s budget by $11,861 to a total of $363,450 for the upcoming academic year.
Seven student-founded companies competed for the chance to win $10,000 in Boston College’s annual Strakosch Venture Competition on Monday night.
The Student Assembly (SA) nominated and confirmed appointees to UGBC’s Executive Council for the 2022–2023 academic year during a Wednesday night meeting.
The Edmund H. Shea, Jr. Center for Entrepreneurship in the Carroll School of Management annually oversees a nine-week program for student entrepreneurs at BC. At the end of the nine weeks, the students pitch their companies at Demo Day.
Anti-abortion advocate Josh Brahm challenged arguments in support of abortion while aiming to find common ground between abortion-rights and anti-abortion advocates in an event hosted by Boston College’s Pro-Life Club.
The Woods College of Advancing Studies will offer a master’s degree in applied analytics starting in the fall of 2022. The new program strives to give students the tools to be successful in analyzing data, according to Karen Muncaster, dean of the Woods College.
Silence is used as a weapon to protect perpetrators of sexual violence and assault, according to Shawn McGuffey, the keynote speaker at the Boston College Women’s Center’s annual Take Back the Night event.
The BC chapter of the American Association of University Professors hosted a virtual forum, welcoming Melnick, Lindsey O’Rourke, Kent Greenfield, and Patricia Lowe to discuss academic freedom and campus speech on Tuesday evening.
The effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict are going to be long-lasting and devastating, according to Paul Christensen, a professor in the political science and international studies departments at Boston College.