Gaudette, who will officially begin his role on Jan. 1, currently serves as a professor of biomedical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
When Boston College announced its plan for the Thanksgiving break on Oct.19, students faced the choice of either remaining on campus or within Massachusetts over Thanksgiving break, or returning home and completing the remainder of the semester remotely. For many students, weighing the benefits of in-person instruction and on-campus life against spending the holiday with their families was no easy task.
Research professor Andy Hargreaves and developmental psychologist Howard Gardner spoke about issues relating to education, social mobility, class, and more at an event hosted by the Lynch School of Education and Human Development at Boston College on Nov. 17 over Zoom.
David Queeley outlined his organization’s process of planning and enacting projects in the Codman Square Neighborhood of Dorchester at the virtual 2020 Jane Jacobs Lecture on Nov. 17.
Boston College reported 17 new undergraduate cases of COVID-19 out of the 2,257 tests performed, a positivity rate of .75 percent, in its Thursday update of its COVID-19 dashboard.
Johnson, an activist, journalist, and author of the memoir All Boys Aren’t Blue, spoke to the BC community in a panel on Thursday over Zoom.
Seventy-six undergraduates were in isolation housing as of Tuesday after testing positive for COVID-19, the largest number since Sept. 17, when 85 students were in isolation.
With approximately half of the University’s undergraduate students opting to complete the semester remotely, professors must continue to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of teaching amid a pandemic.