The Boston College Chronicle

Jan. 22, 2004 Vol. 12, No. 9

Boston Archbishop Sean O'Malley speaks to the media during a Jan. 14 conference, held at the Graduate School of Social Work, that brought together mental health professionals to address the clergy sexual abuse crisis. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini

'A Deeper Glimpse Into Their Suffering'

BC conference explores plight, treatment of clergy-abuse survivors

In an atmosphere of solemnity and gratitude, Boston College last week hosted a day-long conference on the assessment and treatment of clergy sexual abuse, highlighted by the appearances of Boston Archbishop Rev. Sean P. O'Malley, OFM, Cap., and an abuse survivor and her family.

$7m Grant Boosts GSSW Study

Program offers new models for care of the elderly and disabled

A groundbreaking program directed by the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work could dramatically change the nature of care for the nation's elderly and persons with disabilities.

Boston College Scientists Help Turn a New Lens on the Heavens

Institute for Scientific Research collects data on auroras in space

Their eyes weren't playing tricks on them when astronauts saw northern lights in space. A satellite camera Boston College scientists helped build has recorded auroras more than 500 miles above the Earth's surface.

GSSW Center Seeks Better Lives for Elderly, Disabled
Lowell Lecture Humanities Series Spring Schedule Begins Feb. 4
Development Welcomes New AVPs
Electric Cars Take to the Road on BC Campus
Center for Christian-Jewish Learning Symposium Explores 'The Passion'
Burns Library Hosting Exhibition on the Sciences

Once a Victim, Now She's a Survivor
McMullen Museum Offers View of Surrealist Matta
Q&A: Grad Rates and Conference Calls
It's Two Million Books and Counting for BC Libraries


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