Students and faculty evacuated Devlin Hall on Wednesday afternoon due to smoke.
A recent study published by researchers at Boston College’s Global Observatory on Planetary Health revealed that around 2,780 people die in Massachusetts each year due to air pollution. “This was a study that was designed to be scientifically robust, but at the same time, very deliberately intended to present information that would trigger people to…
Boston College will now require on-campus students who test positive for COVID-19 to isolate in their residence halls or at their permanent residence, according to an email sent to the BC community.
The Boston College School of Social Work’s (BCSSW) launched its new Interdisciplinary Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance (ICHA) this summer, aiming to bring a personal focus to humanitarian issues, according to Thomas Crea, the BCSSW assistant dean of global programs and chair of global practice.
For many, Patricia Doherty was much more than the director of Boston College’s Institute for Scientific Research (ISR). For Associate Director Keith Groves, she made the ISR a family.
A Boston College–led working group released the first national guidelines for integrated student support on June 28.
Former Boston College theology professor Rev. Michael Himes, who died on June 10 at age 75, was a joyful and imaginative professor who found the good in everyone, according to BC theology professor Stephen Pope.
Boston College sociology professor Juliet Schor is leading a research team that is currently conducting world-wide studies analyzing the benefits of the four-day work week.
Rev. Michael Himes, a former professor of theology at Boston College and a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, N.Y., died on Thursday at the age of 75.