After leading the division of Student Affairs on an interim basis since last August, Joy Moore, BC ’81, has been named the vice president for Student Affairs.
For Joy Moore, leading the Division of Student Affairs is like driving a car: Sometimes it’s her job to help the student body accelerate—other times, it’s to ease off the pedal.
Kelli Armstrong—outgoing Vice President of IRPA—discussed the results of the Student Experience Survey administered last fall.
The findings from Boston College’s Student Experience Survey have been released by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment.
Amaka Nnaeto, MCAS ’20, was elected the new Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College on Monday night.
In response to Michael Sorkin’s racist vandalism, top BC administrators sent out two separate statements—one to faculty and one, albeit much less detailed, to students—rather than addressing the University community as a unified group.
“The arrangement of the survey seemed more like an overall experience survey… rather than a survey designed to directly address the results of racism on campus, which the University cited as a catalyst for… the survey.”
Boston College launched its first Student Experience Survey in October in response to demands made by the students who organized the Silence is Still Violence demonstrations last year.
Taraun Frontis stepped into his new position at UGBC following a term as the chair of the AHANA+ Leadership Council. Throughout his time in UGBC, he’s helped to push two major initiatives: DiversityEdu and the recently-released Student Experience Survey.
The expectation is that BC should be in conversation with students while making these decisions so that they can be implemented in the most satisfactory and effective way.