The Lynch School of Education and Human Development is planning to launch minors in restorative justice; design thinking; cyberpsychology; and measurement, evaluation, statistics, and assessment (MESA).
“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.
Put to the test in a critical moment, Brian Eagan realized he had the necessary skills to pursue a career in special education.
“Lynch’s decision to recruit diverse faculty members is a crucial step in improving the school’s effectiveness and progress in the modern world.”