Boston College doctoral student Jooyoung Kong, GSSW ’16, recently published a study, “Caring for My Abuser: Childhood Maltreatment and Caregiver Depression” in The Gerontologist, a bimonthly journal of the Gerontological Society of America, and it has been making headway in the field of studying childhood maltreatment.
By: Julie Orenstein
While working for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Beth Emery realized that she was passionate about food and people, not the clinical side of her nutrition field.
By: Nathan McGuire
The international student and faculty population at Boston College rose for the sixth consecutive year to the highest level ever recorded, according to data recently released by the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS).
By: Arielle Cedeno
As an initiative started by CWBC several years ago, “Preparing for the Journey” is an annual program that includes career and networking presentations for undergraduate women. The series features opportunities for students to network with accomplished alumnae from a variety of career fields.
By: Carolyn Freeman
Three members of the Connell School of Nursing (CSON) faculty will be honored for their contributions to nursing research and education at the Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses convention on April 12.
By: Connor Farley
The U.S. government is running a federal deficit, expenditures on healthcare are increasing, and the cost of health insurance is exceedingly higher than years past, with trends showing little sign of slowing.
By: Soo Jung Rhee
By: Nathan McGuire
The Elections Committee (EC) released the names of the candidates running for UGBC president and vice-president on Sunday night, one week after the pool was reopened following the prospect of an uncontested election at the initial filing deadline.
By: Jennifer Heine
The Boston College residence hall communities will soon go head to head as the annual NRG Games kick off this week. The event, coordinated by the Office of Sustainability, the EcoPledge student organization, and the BC Energy Department, pits the communities against one another for the next five weeks as they compete to reduce their energy usage.
By: Mary Rose Fissinger
Handcrafted signs bearing messages such as, “Please Save Boston College Campus School” and “We work best when we work together, hand in hand, Campus School and Boston College” adorned the altar of St. Ignatius Church Thursday night at the prayer service organized by Campus School parents.