This is not your father’s school of social work. “Boston College’s School of Social Work is committed to a bold and innovative agenda,” says its dean, Gautam Yadama. We asked him to expound.
Articles filed under: Fall 2019
A record 3,000 Eagles commit to legacy gifts, and Shaw Society chair Dave Griffith shares why his legacy is with BC.
Everybody says “PULSE changes lives.” Does it really?
We asked Joe ’89 and Chris Popolo, P’20, ’23, and Jere Doyle ’87, P’15, ’21, the Popolo Family Executive Director of the Edmund H. Shea Jr. Center for Entrepreneurship, for their two cents on how great ideas have changed the world.
The Board of Regents plans for the future, and the pilgrims among them reflect upon a foundation laid 500 years ago.
There are few classes anywhere in academia that inspire the admiration, respect, and even reverence of Boston College’s PULSE program for service learning.
Theresa Betancourt is transforming the lives of traumatized families around the world—and the Salems’ gift will help extend that vital work even further.
The Winstons’ latest gift to Boston College fuels the momentum of a museum whose exhibitions do more than excite the eye.
A community comes together to build a baseball center named for one of BC’s most inspiring student-athletes.
The University community gathered with Connell family members to celebrate the dedication of the Margot Connell Recreation Center, a new state-of-the-sport, 244,000-square-foot facility on St. Thomas More Road.
Every year, the incoming class at Boston College experiences a number of defining firsts—their first walk down Linden Lane, first friends made on campus, first football game, first service opportunity.
Dean of the Boston College School of Social Work Gautam Yadama shares more of his thoughts on the present and future of the school.
Bob Winston believes art develops empathy and encourages personal growth—and his own experiences with three McMullen Museum of Art exhibitions bear him out. “I genuinely believe,” Winston says, “that they made me a better person.”
Men’s soccer coach Ed Kelly and former BC soccer captain Alejandro Bedoya tell us how Boston College has lit the way for them.