CWBC will offer a fellowship to undergraduates who pursue internships that advance women’s skills and leadership.
“I’ve always wanted to run the Boston Marathon, and it kind of became a ‘now or never’ [moment] when I became a senior,” Humphrey said.
A panel of experts convened to discuss the rights of corporations on March 21, with a focus on BC Law professor Kent Greenfield’s book at its center.
A hearing regarding school safety and security measures was held in the City of Boston on Tuesday. The hearing analyzed both safety and security measures taken to protect school environments from threatening situations, and it featured a panel from the Boston Police Department (BPD) as well as members of the public.
Because Ancient Greek is deeply integrated in the foundation of many subject areas, such as philosophy and theology, the department believes that having some knowledge of Greek language and culture will help students attain a deeper understanding of their other studies.
The Boston College Theology Department will be implementing new changes to the theology core beginning in the fall semester of 2019. These changes are centered around breaking up the year-long course of studies currently offered in two separate classes, according to a release from the Theology Department. The current requirements for the theology core include…
Two of OLAA’s leaders chime in on the state of the Latinx experience at Boston College.
“The Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society provides the School of Social Work that ideal platform to reach across disciplines to define, understand, design, and test interventions,” the dean of the Boston College School of Social Work said in an email.