Campus & Community / Students

BC in Teach for America

June 27, 2017

Twenty BC students make two-year commitments to teach in the nation's high-need schools.

Humanities / History

Impact of fracking

June 26, 2017

Professor of History Conevery Valencius uses a Radcliffe fellowship to study fracking links to earthquakes.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

Beyond the prototype

June 25, 2017

Stagecraft is a useful tool for selling an idea, writes Carroll School of Management Dean Andy Boynton.

Nation, World & Society / Business & Management

The Silicon Valley caravan

June 24, 2017

What sets the tech upstarts apart? Insights from Carroll School IS profs Jerry Kane and John Gallaugher.

Nation, World & Society / Social Work

Refugees in today's world

June 23, 2017

Westy Egmont kicks off a new BC School of Social Work podcast series.

Humanities / Communication

N.E. Emmy nod

June 23, 2017

A nomination for Communication prof Matt Sienkiewicz's PSA on opioid risks.

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Campus & Community / Students

BC in Teach for America

June 27, 2017

Twenty BC students make two-year commitments to teach in the nation's high-need schools.

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

Academic honors

June 26, 2017

Current students, and new and recent alumni, earn prestigious fellowships and grants for the coming academic year.

Campus & Community / Honors & Awards

'Steadfast advocacy'

June 20, 2017

Lynch School of Education Associate Dean Mary Ellen Fulton is this year's honoree for community service.

Humanities / Literature

Virtually 'Ulysses'

June 16, 2017

Joycestick, BC students' VR game adaptation of the James Joyce novel, is introduced in Dublin, Toronto, Singapore.

Nation, World & Society / Education

Explore the Lynch School

June 13, 2017

Visit its newly redesigned, mobile responsive website.

Campus & Community / Students

Student for others

June 09, 2017

BC junior Mark Kindschuh, in London during the June 4 terror attacks, stepped in to help save the life of a victim.

Nation, World & Society / Social Work

Refugees in today's world

June 23, 2017

Westy Egmont kicks off a new BC School of Social Work podcast series.

Humanities / Literature

Virtually 'Ulysses'

June 16, 2017

Joycestick, BC students' VR game adaptation of the James Joyce novel, is introduced in Dublin, Toronto, Singapore.

Humanities / History

'Freak Out and Carry On'

June 15, 2017

BC historian Heather Cox Richardson co-hosts a new WBUR podcast on politics and history.

Nation, World & Society / Education

Explore the Lynch School

June 13, 2017

Visit its newly redesigned, mobile responsive website.

Campus & Community / Students

Student for others

June 09, 2017

BC junior Mark Kindschuh, in London during the June 4 terror attacks, stepped in to help save the life of a victim.

Campus & Community / Around Campus

JFK at 100

May 29, 2017

On the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's birth, we recall his address at BC's centennial in 1963.

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Humanities / Literature

Virtually 'Ulysses'

June 16, 2017

Joycestick, BC students' VR game adaptation of the James Joyce novel, is introduced in Dublin, Toronto, Singapore.

BC Events / Commencement

Portfolio: Commencement 2017

May 25, 2017

Scenes from the University's 141st Commencement.

Nation, World & Society / International

Empowering joyful ministry

May 09, 2017

BC's Woods College will provide all leadership training for the U.S.-Latin American Sisters Exchange Program.

BC Events / Wall Street Tribute Dinner

Tribute for scholars

May 04, 2017

Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner raises $2.1 million in support of BC's Presidential Scholars.

Campus & Community / Students

Housing encounters

April 18, 2017

From seminar rooms to soundproof practice space, BC's Thomas More Apartments illustrate the evolution of housing at the Heights

Campus & Community / Around Campus

McMullen spring celebration

April 12, 2017

A day for children at the museum included guided tours, music, Easter basket-making, and an egg hunt.

Community Awareness Bulletin

The Boston College Police Department has issued a Community Awareness Bulletin regarding off-campus residential burglaries. Read the notice here.

Also in the News

The Amazon-Whole Foods deal
Beyond acquiring hundreds of stores and affluent customers, the real value is in all of that customer data, Kenneth Sanford of the Woods College M.S. in Applied Economics program tells CNBC.

On investment strategies
Award-winning research by the Carroll School's Jeffrey Pontiff, which showed the effectiveness of investing strategies seems to diminish, but not disappear, after publication, is highlighted by the New York Times.

Tech and economic fluctuation
A 2006 paper by Professor of Economics Susanto Basus on the contractionary effect of technological improvements is cited as a seminal work on the subject in a piece by The Economist.

Lessons from Banco Popular
Spain's fifth-largest bank collapsed earlier this month, forcing it into the arms of its rival. Carroll School finance prof Ed Kane comments on the meltdown and rescue in the New York Times.

Reflections of a translingual writer
An essay by Professor of Russian and English Maxim D. Shrayer for The Odessa Review on the pleasures and challenges of writing translingually.

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University Notices

BC Children's Center lottery
The BC Children's Center is now accepting lottery applications for academic year 2017-2018. More information is available at the link above; click on 'Lottery for preschool openings.'