The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Boston College associate economics professor Theodore Papageorgiou a $700,000 grant to continue his research on investments in the infrastructure of U.S. ports.
Young people must amplify their voices and employ their passion for combating climate change in order to spark change, according to Caroline Usman.
A former Boston College professor is suing the University, alleging she faced gender discrimination in her tenure application process that occurred while she took maternity leave.
Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) spearheaded a protest on the Quad this Wednesday, calling for the University to divest from fossil fuels and arguing that BC’s continued investment in fossil fuels contradicts its Jesuit values.
Throughout November, Boston College Dining will feature selections of foods from around the globe through its Global Flavors Program.
According to Ed Lambert, the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) is an essential component of Massachusetts’ educational system. The MCAS is a statewide standardized testing program required for every student in the Massachusetts public school system. On Nov. 9, Lambert and President of the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) Max Page debated whether the MCAS should be a determinant for high school graduation.
A delegation of Boston College students and faculty will travel to Dubai on Nov. 30 for COP28. This is the third consecutive year BC will attend the United Nations (UN) summit on climate change.
Artificial intelligence (AI) cannot threaten its human creators because it does not have mental capacity, according to Dona Sarkar, the director of technology for Microsoft Accessibility.
UGBC, the Center for Student Wellness, and the Margot Connell Recreation Center collaborated to launch “No Shame November,” a campus-wide initiative that aims to promote conversation around men’s physical and mental health.
Boston Public Schools (BPS) superintendent Mary Skipper described her career in education as a series of forks in the road—with faith guiding her through the unknowns of the future.