With this gift, Robert J. Morrissey becomes the largest benefactor in the history of the University.
Five professors gathered to review the history of U.S. political and military involvement in the Middle East.
BC English professor discusses race and its influence in writing in his new book.
LSOE professor Lisa Goodman has inspired one of her former students to undertake a domestic violence and psychology project.
Boston College physics professor David Broido was recently elected a fellow in the American Physical Society.
The voices of nine current students will be incorporated into the new blog, which aims to become an editorial voice for those at BC law.
Two Lynch School professors, Andy Hargreaves and Marilyn Cochran-Smith, were listed in Education Week’s rankings of professors who impact conversation surrounding education and create scholarly work outside the classroom, like books and articles.
Admittance into the National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence gives CSON access to collaboration with member institutions as well as leaders in the field of nursing.
The road to winning a major national fellowship or scholarship does not begin—in many cases—during a student’s junior or senior year of college. At Boston College, prospective candidates for prestigious awards often start as early as their freshman or sophomore years.
At Boston College, over 20 faculty members serve as coordinators for each specific fellowship, aiding applicants as they work through various portions of the process, particularly the essay questions in which they must discuss their future career goals and plans to use the education or funds they will receive if selected.