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Biology major Loic Assobmo '15 spent spring break in his native Cameroon, meeting with doctors and businesses to discuss his idea of using smart phones to give Africans living in remote locations access to public health information on major illnesses such as stroke, HIV, malaria, pneumonia and Ebola virus. Boston College Chronicle


Arts Festival: April 24-26

Campus arts in all genres will be celebrated and showcased—and the achievements of accomplished alumni arts professionals will be highlighted—at Boston College’s annual Arts Festival. Details

Public Understanding Award

Sociology Professor Juliet Schor has won the 2014 Public Understanding of Sociology Award, given annually by the American Sociological Association for exemplary contributions to the understanding of sociology, sociological research, and scholarship among the general public. BC News Release

Carroll School of Management ranked 4th in U.S.

The  Carroll School of Management is ranked fourth among the nation's best undergraduate business schools, according to 2014 rankings by Bloomberg Business Week | BC News Release

Goldwater Scholar

Biology major Matthew F. Evans ’15, whose research interests focus on the neurobiology of cell growth, has been awarded a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, considered the premier undergraduate award in the sciences. BC News Release

Flex-time a myth?

Flexible work options are out of reach or limited for most employees, according to to a new Sloan Center on Aging and Work study conducted by the center's director, Graduate School of Social Professor Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, and colleagues. Investor's Business Daily | Business Standard

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