Ring, who currently serves as associate dean of faculty at BC Law, said that she looks forward to continuing to familiarize students with the legislative, regulatory, judicial, and policy spheres of the legal world in her new position.
The Parliamentary Board of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College denied a petition on Friday seeking to invalidate the Student Assembly’s (SA) approval of a Division of Environmental Sustainability.
Two men in Southern California were indicted on charges of fraud and conspiracy for creating an educational consulting company that “guaranteed” admissions for students to a number of the nation’s top colleges, according to Inside Higher Ed—one of the company’s clients was admitted to Boston College.
The Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition by 2.51 percent to $60,530 for the next academic year, up from the current tuition of $59,050, according to a University release.
The resolution removes environment and sustainability from under the Student Initiatives (SI) branch of UGBC, making it its own division.
The Boston College Career Center hosted a discussion titled “Women in Law and Policy Alumnae Panel” on March 10 over Zoom. At the event, BC alumnae discussed the influence identifying as a female has on their legal career paths.
Boston College’s Church in the 21st Century Center hosted “Leading During COVID: Lessons Learned and the Path Ahead” on Feb. 25, a Zoom panel about the effects of COVID-19 on Catholic leadership.