When Boston College moved courses online last semester, undergraduate students studying to become teachers in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development were faced with the task of adapting to online learning both for their BC courses and their own teaching responsibilities.
On Sept. 23, Connell School of Nursing Dean Susan Gennaro received a letter from a recent patient at Newton-Wellesley Hospital who appreciated the difference that interacting with a Boston College nursing student had made during his stay.
The Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society is on schedule for it’s December 2021 opening, said Mary Nardone, associate vice president for Capital Projects Management.
After a two-year pilot phase, BC’s six-course journalism minor became an official program this academic year.
Education at Boston College looks a little different this year, as the University pursues a hybrid model of course delivery with a variety of online classes, in-person instruction, and some classes striking a middle ground with a mix of both online and in-person instruction.
BC released a letter on Monday with more information on how testing and contact tracing will be conducted in the fall and giving a more detailed look at the plan for a mix of online and in-person course instruction.