“She’s brought a much-needed visibility to anthropology as a sort of important field that attunes us in education around the people and movement in the context … of all the work we do,” said John Wargo.
Almost a year after the “Silence is Still Violence” march, Boston College is staring down several obstacles that stand in the way of a more diverse and representative faculty, but according to figures, BC has one of the most diverse faculties of its peer schools.
Starting in the fall of 2018, students outside of the Carroll School of Management (CSOM) will be able to declare minors outside of the current options available to students, according to Ethan Sullivan, associate dean in the undergraduate program of CSOM. Students will be able to minor in finance, marketing, accounting for CPAs, and accounting…
Put to the test in a critical moment, Brian Eagan realized he had the necessary skills to pursue a career in special education.
“The needs that led to the original creation of the Lynch Honors Program, as with the other Honors programs at Boston College, no longer exist,” an email sent on Wednesday to students in the program said.
Working for the Cuddler Program at St. Vincent Hospital, Justine Sheehan held babies undergoing drug withdrawal.
With many professors retiring, the Lynch School of Education is set to hire nine new faculty members within the next three years.
The Lynch School of Education is bringing its City Connects program to school in the Minneapolis, MN, area, focusing on students in Catholic schools, especially those from immigrant or low-income communities.
Carolyn Lynch, namesake of Lynch School of Education, was known for bridging gaps between BC and the community.