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Chen Earns Grant For Geometry Study

By: Arielle Cedeno

Dawei Chen, an assistant professor in the mathematics department, was recently awarded a $429,359 grant from the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF) for his study of algebraic geometry.

Study Finds Signs Of Depression In Abused Caregivers

Boston College doctoral student Jooyoung Kong, GSSW ’16, recently published a study, “Caring for My Abuser: Childhood Maltreatment and Caregiver Depression” in The Gerontologist, a bimonthly journal of the Gerontological Society of America, and it has been making headway in the field of studying childhood maltreatment.

International Population Rises At BC

By: Nathan McGuire

The international student and faculty population at Boston College rose for the sixth consecutive year to the highest level ever recorded, according to data recently released by the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS).

Alumnae Offer Counsel On Personal Brands

By: Arielle Cedeno

As an initiative started by CWBC several years ago, “Preparing for the Journey” is an annual program that includes career and networking presentations for undergraduate women. The series features opportunities for students to network with accomplished alumnae from a variety of career fields. 

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