Lynch School students make an indelible impact on the lives of children and communities across the country. Through research that they conduct alongside prominent faculty, our students develop innovative ways to address social challenges and champion human strengths.
The funding that makes this meaningful work possible comes from Research Incentive Grants, internships, faculty grants, and other opportunities available through our four departments and the Boston College Office for Sponsored Programs.
Learning from and teaching to Sudanese Refugees in Uganda, mapping the extent of major floods
in Pennsylvania, and investigating counterterrorism and deradicalization strategies—the
2016 Advanced Study Grant projects run the investigative gamut.
Mihut, G., Unangst, L., Reisberg, L., & de Wit, H., eds. (2017). The World View: Selected blogs published by Inside Higher Education, 2010-2016. The World View & Boston College Center for International Higher Education. New York: Routledge.
Gin, K.J., Martínez Alemán, A.M., Knight, S., Radimer, S., Lewis, J. & Rowan-Kenyon, H.T. (2016). Democratic Education Online: Combating Racialized Aggressions on Social Media. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, Vol. 48(3), pp.28-35.