“It was just the most shocking thing I had ever seen,” McCartney said as she recalled arriving in the devastated New Orleans. “To see that level of destruction and devastation … helped me realize that this whole system of disaster recovery and response in our country, at the time, was really broken.”
Middle English, Medieval Literature, and the 14th Century’s customs and intricacies may seem inaccessible and irrelevant to students in 2018, but Erik Weiskott (Twitter verified professor and media-extraordinaire) proves that notion wrong.
Mandato describes the way the disease changed her life, but didn’t change her, saying, “What I noticed was that people were really uncomfortable around me because they didn’t necessarily know what to say,” she said. “But I wanted to tell them no one’s changed, like I still like the same jokes, the same things.”
“I love teaching students about biology. I love helping them to learn how to think critically…to see what we can accomplish and the power we have as individuals to change the world,” said Laura Anne Lowery, a biology professor at BC.
Inspired by the unique traits of the Namib Desert beetle, the NBD Nano startup founded by Boston College grads is bringing innovative tech to the startup scene.
The Global Surgery Student Alliance at Harvard University will hold the Boston Global Surgery Symposium on March 4th featuring distinguished medical professionals introducing students to the field of global surgery.