About half of the top 40 ‘U.S. News and World Report’ schools have a neuroscience program.
The IISS will be one of BC’s largest investments ever, according to Vice Provost for Research and Academic Planning Thomas Chiles.
The hirings will give the program the opportunity to explore becoming a major down the line.
Despite the unfilled seats in the classes, Bourg has heard mostly positive feedback about the core pilot courses.
Among universities with top 20 philosophy programs are Princeton University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of Pennsylvania.
The BC history class Race, Riots, and Rodeos: America from the End of the Civil War to 1900, was filmed on April 12 and is set to appear on C-SPAN at the start of July.
The release of early action acceptance statistics demonstrated an increase in admissions, though maintaining difficulty in test scores.
Paul Lewis, an English professor at BC, is organizing a songwriting contest for BC students in conjunction with the release of his current project, a poetry anthology.
The environmental law class, taught by third-year law students at BC, will give undergrads the opportunity to take more classes at BC Law.
Value Colleges ranks BC the 29th best value college in America based on return on investment, national debt averages, and graduation rates.