Corporations & Foundations
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations serves as the central point of contact for corporate and foundation philanthropic engagement with Boston College. Working closely with the Offices of the President, the Provost and Dean of Faculties, and the Vice Provost for Research and Academic Planning, along with BC's faculty and senior administrators, we aspire to advance the University's teaching, research, and community activities and align University priorities with regional, national, and international donor interest. We seek to provide Corporations and Foundations with an integrated university relations framework by building links among all University departments that interface with our organizational donors.
For more information, please contact:
Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations
Recent grants and awards
- Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Maksym Fedorchuk, has been awarded a prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship from The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. This marks the third Sloan Fellowship for the mathematics department in the last two years. In 2013, assistant professors Joshua E. Greene and David Treumann were selected.
- The New Balance Foundation has granted $250,000 to the City Connects program to work with the Boston Public Schools and the resources of community agencies to deliver tailored supports and enrichment opportunities for students.
- The Graduate School of Social Work will house the Hartford Academic Center of Excellence, providing leadership, education, and other resources in the critical area of geriatric social work, under the direction of Professor Jim Lubben, The John A. Hartford Foundation will provide $190,000 for three-years of support.
- Three faculty members in the Chemistry Department have received early-career research awards: Chia-Kuang ‘Frank’ Tsung and Jeffery Byers have each been awarded $100,000 from the American Chemical Society for catalysis research, and Abhishek Chatterjee received $300,000 from the Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation, Newton, MA for groundbreaking work in biomedical research.
- The New York-based Price Family Foundation, Inc. has awarded the Keys to Inclusive Leadership in Nursing (KILN) program at the Connell School of Nursing a grant of over $500,000 to recruit and prepare students that are traditionally underrepresented in the profession to become future nurse leaders.
- The Highland Street Foundation and the Flatley Foundation have each awarded $50,000 this year to the Urban Catholic Teacher Corps in the Roche Center for Catholic Education, to provide professional, spiritual, and personal resources for the next generation of Catholic educators.