The Boston College Chronicle


Nov. 15, 2001 Vol. 10, No. 6

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GASSON SWING-James Pustejovsky '03, co-president of the BC Swingkids, gives his partner Katherine Thomas '05 a twirl during the club's "Hoppin' On the Heights" event Nov. 3 in Gasson 100. (Photo by Mike Mergen)

University Launching Search for New IT Vice President

Executive Vice President Keating to take position on an interim basis

In a move administrators said will enable Boston College to pursue long-term strategies for use of its technological resources, Executive Vice President Patrick J. Keating has announced plans to begin a search for a vice president for Information Technology. During the interim Keating will serve as acting vice president.


Gift from Alumnus Endows LSOE Chair

Couple's generosity will establish chair in name of beloved educator

Nearly 50 years ago, Daniel Kearns '51 accepted a position as a substitute English teacher at the Edison Junior High School in Brighton, figuring that if teaching didn't work out he could always try something in the insurance business.



Ready to Complete the Journey Back

After a sudden illness, Fr. Giulietti prepares to resume his duties

Having been gone for 11 years, Rev. Julio Giulietti, SJ (right), wanted to get up to speed quickly when he returned to Boston College in July as director of the Center for Ignatian Spirituality.


University Creates Emergency Planning Team--Group will coordinate campus response in event of critical incidents
Symposium Will Focus on Artists' Depiction of Evil
BC Welcomes New York City Heroes to Football Game
Jesuit Institute Presents 'Economy and the Common Good' Today
PULSE Program Plans Increase in Enrollment
University Remembers Fallen Heroes at Veterans' Day Campus Ceremony
Boston College Geologists Play Host to Colleagues
New Writing Resource Offered for Grad Students
Theater Schedule Features Brecht and Dance
2001 Honorary Degree Recipient Mourned


On Leadership
A Student Affairs Summit for the Ages --Vice presidents past and present gather to share notes on work and BC
A Career Path to the Arts--Alumni artists offer undergraduates advice, and hope, for the future
Turning Up the Volume--When it comes to radio, Communication's Keith wrote the book(s)
Centered on Technology--Successor to University's AV Department provides wealth of services to all parts of the campus

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