The Boston College Chronicle


Jan. 31, 2002 Vol. 10, No. 10

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University Forges Ahead on Technology Front

Boston College undertakes technology projects in academic and student services, even as the search for a new vice president for IT gathers steam

The 21st century is barely a year old, and the technology-aided future envisioned by pundits and prognosticators of the last century has arrived at Boston College. Undergraduates on campus can now use a single card to make purchases in the Bookstore and do their laundry, for example, while faculty are making course materials and related content accessible via the Internet to students.

Top Executives Bring Their Expertise to CSOM Classes

An innovative Carroll School of Management program brings the experience and skills of top-level business executives directly into Boston College's classrooms and advising halls, and organizers report that the new venture has paid immediate dividends to students and mentors alike.


Teaching Philosophy from Experience

Fr. McNellis has plenty of lessons from his own life to offer students

Signing up for the Perspectives on Western Culture class taught by Adj. Asst. Prof. Paul McNellis, SJ (Philosophy), right, may be the closest some students ever come to boot camp.


Former AVP, Trustee Dies--Fr. Fahey recalled as someone who 'went where he was needed'
BC's Conservation Efforts Earn Praise, and More
Pulitzer Prize Winner Is This Year's GYRO Scholar
Alpha Sigma Nu Award Nominees Sought
BC Honors Eagle Hockey Greats
Rotella, Birnbaum Essays Included in Anthology
Irish Institute's Cross Border Education Program Lauded
Student to Attend German Symposium
A Royal Honor for Physics' Uritam


Remembering Martin
Tracing the Paper Trail of Islam--Calderwood Professor explores little-known Islamic contribution
Visit from Hoop Champs a Hot Ticket for January
Voices, Images and History--LSOE professor aids Guatemalan villagers' efforts to rebuild lives
More Welcome Additions to the Boston College Faculty

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