The Boston College Chronicle

May 10, 2002 Vol. 10, No. 17

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Devlin Gift Honors Fr. Woods

College of Advancing Studies to be named after long-serving dean

A $5 million gift from an appreciative Boston College family will name the College of Advancing Studies after the man who for more than three decades has been its dean and mainstay, Rev. James C. Woods, SJ.

Katharine and Robert Devlin (at right in photo) with their family. Far right, College of Advancing Studies Dean James A. Woods, SJ.

New InfoTech Vice President Is Hired

Marian G. Moore, a senior administrator with more than 25 years of experience directing corporate and university technology systems was named vice president for information technology at Boston College on Wednesday. She will assume the post mid-summer.

Student Fulbright Grant Winners Now at Seven

A Carroll School of Management student has become the first graduating senior from the business school to win a Fulbright Grant.

Poetry and Reflection: A Teaching Legend's Last Day on the Job

John Mahoney offers a tribute to the muse in his classroom finale

Rattigan Professor of English John Mahoney's last hurrah as a full-time faculty member may have been unusual in that the master teacher was on the sideline, but the spirit that has animated his teaching at Boston College for 47 years was clearly front and center.

Commencement Parking Plan
Humanities Series Founder Fr. Sweeney Dies at 86
Retiring, 25-year Employees to be Honored
'Dean of Equipment' Perkins Dies
King Scholarship Winner Adds Truman Prize
Two Earn Goldwater Scholarships
History's Seraphim Wins Fellowship
White Teaching Awards Presented

Arts on the Heights
New McMullen Show Depicts 'A Perfect World'
New Era for BC's Phi Beta Kappa Chapter
More Welcome Additions to the Boston College Faculty


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