Update: Students Write Tributes to Wolfman After His Death
Neil Wolfman, a chemistry professor at Boston College, died on Wednesday, according to a family-run blog that provided updates on Wolfman’s health.
Malarczyk Fights on the Frontlines of Medical Research
After watching her dad recover from a heart attack when she was a child, Alexandra Malarczyk knew she wanted to be a doctor.
Shokat Talks Using Cellular Mutation to Treat Diseases
Shokat explained that medicines that save lives and shrink tumors are the same drugs that allow individuals to build resistance to them.
Orgo (Not) Made Simple: Learning About Ourselves By Studying The Sciences
Life, studying, and organic chemistry.
Boston College Unlawfully Retaliated Against Chem Professor, Rules Court
The University has been ordered to pay William Armstrong $125,000, plus interest and back pay, for charges of retaliation following the professor’s leave of absence in the 2002-2003 school year.
Wolfman Encourages Exploration In Chemistry
Neil Wolfman, a professor in the chemistry department since 2000, shares his early-life experiences and how they relate to his career at BC.