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The growing presence of Hispanics is a blessing to the U.S. Church, said School of Theology and Ministry Assistant Professor Hosffman Ospino, speaking at a national symposium at which he discussed the findings of a major BC study of Catholic parishes with Hispanic ministry. Catholic News Service
In what is believed to be one of the first partnerships of its kind, Chinese officials have enlisted Lynch School of Education Professor Mike Barnett to inject creativity into the country's curricula. Boston Globe | He discussed the effort with the American Chinese Network Sinovision.
Claims that terrorism does or does not work may make for pithy headlines, but they obscure a far more nuanced reality--one that must be taken seriously if terrorism is to be understood and prevented, write Assistant Professor of Political Science Peter Krause and Craig Noyes '08, M.A. '13. National Interest
School of Social Work alumna Patricia Yu, a policy analyst for the 2015 White House Conference on Aging, sees 'a paradigm shift' in the national view of aging.
Greece and its creditors have reached a bailout agreement to keep the nation in the European Union, but the country still faces an uncertain future. Economics Department Murray and Monti Professor Peter Ireland and Associate Professor Robert Murphy continued to provide commentary for ABC News; they had previously weighed in on the likelihood of a deal: ABC News
Branden 'Skip' Brooks J.D. '08 was an eighth-grader with a stutter when he met then-Delaware senator Joe Biden during a 1994 class trip to Washington, D.C. A few days later, Brooks received an inspiring note from the future vice president that recently gained international attention. Slate, NBC Today, Time, U.K. Daily Mail