BC NEWS: Juan Lopera ’99 was a pioneer in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Now he’s leading diversity efforts across one of the state’s largest health systems.
Christine Montenegro McGrath ‘87, H’21 shared stories of finding community in unexpected places, at the inaugural “I Belong” conversation
Two Carroll School centers launch conversation about how to transform distressed urban neighborhoods
Meet the Carroll School of Management’s new crop of tenure-track professors
Isabel Wilkerson returns to Boston College to speak of caste, at lecture co-sponsored by Winston Center
Formerly homeless vet finds opportunity and support as a management student at Boston College
Class of 2023’s M.B.A. orientation kicks off with talk on “Inclusive Leadership” featuring diversity expert Carol Fulp
“A lot of incredible moments . . . some very difficult ones . . . all the experiences have really expanded me.”
BC News: At Boston College's 144th Commencement Exercises on May 24, University President William P. Leahy, S.J., presented Shanmugam with the Edward H. Finnegan, S.J., Award, given annually to the graduating senior who best exemplifies Boston College’s motto “Ever to Excel.”
Augustin Rac's journey began as with emigration from Guatemalan; at BC, he's balanced academics, service, and entrepreneurship with the successful pursuit of U.S. citizenship
At the end of each academic year, Poets & Quants honors the “Best & Brightest” new M.B.A. graduates. This year's list included Dewin Hernandez, M.B.A./M.S.W. ’21.
BC NEWS: At a milestone year, more than 250 leaders from some 120 schools have participated in Boston College's Lynch Leadership Academy
This year’s Inclusive Leadership Forum Series was just the beginning of a crucial conversation on diversity and inclusion at the Carroll School and beyond
On February 8, Eastern Bank President and Vice Chair Quincy Miller appeared virtually at the Inclusive Leadership Forum, the fourth in a yearlong series facilitated by diversity expert Carol Fulp and sponsored by the Carroll School's graduate programs.
At Corcoran Center event, author says residential segregation didn't just happen. It was created.
BC NEWS: Carroll School senior Phat Nguyen adds hurricane relief to his portfolio of service to others.
Carroll School of Management student Steven Guerrero '18, a leader in the BC student group Organization of Latin American Affairs, received the award at a ceremony on campus last month.
HBR: Men get credit for voicing ideas, but not problems—and women don't get credit for either, according to research published in Academy of Management Journal.
A growing number of high-need students struggle to meet routine expenses—and now, thanks to the Leo V. Sullivan Fund, they are getting the timely help they need.