To address confusion and increase transparency about the medical and conduct procedures with alcohol-related incidents, BCEMS hosted a panel discussion Wednesday night featuring representatives from each of the major phases of the process—BCPD, BCEMS, the Office of Student Conduct, and the Office of Health Promotion.
Boston College will play host this week to corporate managers from around the world for the Corporate Citizenship Management Intensive Program, run by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship based in the Carroll School of Management (CSOM).
The renewal process for the University core curriculum at Boston College will continue this fall with a new short-term objective—creating and selecting proposals for pilot courses that will be implemented beginning in the 2015-16 academic year.
Historic images that grace the pages of the new book, The Heights: An Illustrated History of Boston College, 1863-2013.
More than 30 years after his family came to Boston to take refuge from political persecution, President Benigno S. Aquino III of the Philippines, speaking at Robsham Theater yesterday, recalled memories of his time living just outside the gates of Boston College on Commonwealth Avenue.
One half of the second floor of O’Neill Library has gained a new occupant this semester, as the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) has taken over the space that once housed the Campus Technology Resource Center (CTRC).
Boston College retained its place as the No. 31 university in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual listing of top national universities, released on Tuesday.
After being named interim dean of the Woods College of Advancing Studies (WCAS) in 2012, Rev. James P. Burns, IVD has been appointed dean of the Woods College on a permanent basis, assuming the role on Sept. 1.