The First Step To
The way the professors structured their classes allowed me to not only challenge my own beliefs, but to assess them. It instilled a value of continuing to learn and continuing to grow—it wasn’t going to stop when I graduated from Boston College.
Laura Abrams, M.A., Mental Health Counseling, 2010
I’m very much interested in higher education as a tool for people to get out of poverty,” Dumay says. “This fits well with the social justice mission of the Lynch School, where I was prepared not only for my career but to also give back to my home country.
HARRY DUMAY, Ph.D. Higher Education, 2009
I have literally obtained all of my jobs because a faculty member or Boston College graduate has connected me to them
KYLE DEMEO COOK, M.Ed. Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation, 2009