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Dean Kenny

From Interim Dean Maureen Kenny

Dear Alumni and Friends,

Greetings from Campion Hall!

As we enter the height of our spring semester, I note how fortunate we are to have strong, accessible educational resources at Boston College. While we at the Lynch School are grateful for these blessings, our students, faculty, and staff remain mindful that there are many communities at home and abroad for which quality education and psychological services are out of reach.

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College Bound

College Bound Turns 25

College Bound celebrates its 25th anniversary with an impressive record of achievement. So far, 98 percent of the 220 graduates of the Lynch School’s academic enrichment and support program have gone on to graduate from college within four years—with the help of $22 million in higher education scholarships and grant support.

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tech upgrade announcement

Lynch and Newton Public Schools partner for tech upgrade

Boston College President William P. Leahy, S.J., joined Newton Mayor Setti Warren ’93 to announce the University’s new, three-year, $300,000 commitment to helping upgrade computers and other educational technology in the Newton Public Schools.

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Phil Altbach

LSOE research in international higher education

Four doctoral candidates and students working in the Lynch School Center for International Higher Education (CIHE) under the direction of Philip G. Altbach, (pictured), the Monan University Professor of Educational Leadership and Higher Education and founding director of CIHE, study policies and practices in higher education abroad. 


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Faculty news

Augustus Long Professor of Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology Janet E. Helms has been named a 2011 recipient of the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award.  The award grants 15 distinguished professors from universities across the United States a one-time $25,000 cash award.

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Alumni notes

Catherine Cameron, B.A. '78 and Monica Haldiman M.Ed. '93, are inaugural fellows in the new Lynch Leadership Academy, which is dedicated to strengthening leadership among early- to mid-career school leaders in Catholic, charter, and district urban schools.

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Save the date

Join the Lynch School of Education and the Council for Women at Boston College for an alumni networking event.

Career Paths and Journeys as told by Boston College Alumnae

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