A petition urging Boston College to allow four exemptions to its vaccination booster mandate claims there are “very serious safety concerns” with the University policy. The petition has garnered 830 signatures as of Sunday.
A computer model developed by Boston College biologists may alter the future of detecting COVID-19 strains by helping to discover new antibodies and cell mutations of the virus, according to Babak Momeni.
The Affirm Lab, a research team at Boston College whose goal is to improve care for stigmatized youth, is currently conducting two studies to assess how mental health clinics and schools can better support transgender youth.
The 2021 Military Bowl between Boston College football and East Carolina has been canceled due to COVID-19 issues within BC’s program.
Dana Sajdi, an associate professor of history at Boston College, received two grants—the Teaching, Advising, and Mentoring Grant and the Innovations in Graduate Education Grant—this past May, with plans to change the way we learn about history.
In the first two weeks of February, around 100,000 research volumes will travel 3,000 miles across the country headed for their final destination—Boston College.
The National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) has awarded Rev. John F. Baldovin, S.J., a professor of historical and liturgical theology at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry, with the 2021 Jubilate Deo Award, according to a University release.
Urwa Hameed, MCAS ’22, was born and raised in Pakistan before immigrating to the United States. Hameed, who studies political science and international studies, now hopes that her new book, Steering Towards Change: Women Politicians Challenging Patriarchy, Class and Power in Pakistan, will inspire young Pakistani girls to run for office.