The Law and Education Dual Degree Program is particularly suited to students interested in promoting social justice and advocating quality education.
As the memorial grows for Robin Williams in the Boston Public Garden, site of a scene from "Good Will Hunting," Lynch School Associate Professor Usha Tummala-Narra discussed aspects of depression, such as its frequent connection to drug dependency, in an interview with WCVB TV News.
Associate Professor Karen Arnold discussed her research that tracked valedictorians after their graduation as part of a piece on what high school grades can predict about later college and financial success.
Lynch School of Education professors Mike Barnett and David Blustein have been awarded a $30,000 grant from the Office of the Provost as part of a new internal grant initiative designed to spur research across the University.
Orientations for the Lynch School's master's and doctoral programs take place during the first two weeks of classes. A complete schedule is now available online.
"Early Childhood: Looking Back and Moving Forward"
Tuesday, October 21st