Former associate director of facilities and operations Rebecca Cegledy will now serve as the associate athletics director for campus recreation.
In his speech at last Wednesday’s faculty convocation, Boston College Executive Vice President Mike Lochhead provided new information on the status of several high-profile facilities projects and renovations, breaking them down based on completion Highlights included details concerning the new Pine Tree Reserve and the much-anticipated Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society. He discussed…
“The dedication of the Brighton complex also represents the opening of the first student-oriented space on Brighton Campus, an important benchmark for the University.”
“The University remains grateful to the Yawkey Foundation for their generosity in support of Boston College,” said University Spokesman Jack Dunn in a statement to The Heights.
“In Martin Jarmond, BC may have surpassed all of our expectations, not to mention those of fans—and, perhaps, many with the University itself.”
The field house must now seek approval from the Boston Zoning Commission, and will eye a July 2018 completion date.
“In selecting a new Director of Athletics, University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. and the board of trustees must choose wisely.”