Marylou Sudders, an associate professor in the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) has earned a $664,000 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for her work in the field of health services and mental health advocacy. […]
BC is once again among the top universities contributing alumni to Teach for America, a non-profit that places recent graduates in high-need school districts across the country. […]
One half of the second floor of O’Neill Library has gained a new occupant this semester, as the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) has taken over the space that once housed the Campus Technology Resource Center (CTRC). […]
Boston College retained its place as the No. 31 university in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual listing of top national universities, released on Tuesday. […]
By: Carolyn Freeman
After the spring 2014 semester, Boston College will no longer offer online classes as a part of Semester Online. The Online Consortium hosted by online provider 2U has dissolved its Semester Online program following a vote of the Arts & Sciences Faculty at Washington University in St. Louis.
By: Nathan McGuire
The Academic Advising Center’s Student Advisory Board (SAB) will host three walk-in hours this week to answer students’ questions about the fall 2014 registration, majors and minors, or any other academic topics.
With only one month of classes left before finals, it’s once again time to start thinking about next semester.
By: Connor Farley
At the beginning of the 2014 academic year, the Boston College Environmental Studies Program (ESP) will offer a new major in environmental studies (ES)-a major that consists of an interdisciplinary curriculum focused on environmental sustainability.