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Faculty who identify as AHANA (African, Hispanic, Asian and Native American descent) play a vital role in the BC community and are important resources. They pursue cutting-edge scholarship. They teach innovative classes in a wide range of subjects. And they serve as mentors and advisors.
Meet some members of Boston College’s AHANA faculty and learn about their interests and courses. They look forward to welcoming you in their classrooms and around campus.
Position: Associate Professor, Connell School of Nursing
Ph.D.: Boston College
Representative courses: Advance Practice Women's Health; Theoretical Foundations in Women's Health & Pediatric Nursing
Research interests: Sexual risk behavior; parent-child communication; media influence on sexual health
Position: Associate Professor, Accounting, Carroll School of Management
Ph.D.: University of British Columbia
Representative courses: Managerial Accounting; Financial Accounting
Research interests: Determinants and consequences of financial disclosures; bank accounting; debt contracting
ANA MARTINEZ ALEMÁN
Position: Professor, Education
Educational Leadership & Higher Education; Associate Dean, Faculty & Academic Affairs, Lynch School of Education
Ed.D.: University of Massachusetts Amherst
Representative courses: Higher Education and American Society; Diversity in Higher Education; Gender and Higher Education
Research interests: Philosophy and theory of higher education; campus culture, race and gender in higher education
C. SHAWN MCGUFFEY
Position: Associate Professor, Sociology
Ph.D.: University of Massachusetts Amherst
Representative courses: Race, Class & Gender; Intro to African American Society; Intro to African Diaspora Studies; Understanding Race, Gender & Violence
Research interests: Intersectionality; trauma; violence