Woods College Commencement
Scenes from the Woods College Commencement ceremonies from May 21, 2018.
Nearly 4,300 undergraduate and graduate students received degrees at the University's 142nd Commencement Exercises on May 21 at Alumni Stadium. Here are some scenes from a jubilant day.
With newly minted master's degrees, brothers become two-time graduates of BC's Woods College of Advancing Studies.
On May 21, the University held its 142nd Commencement Exercises in Alumni Stadium. Archbishop of Atlanta Wilton D. Gregory, the highest-ranking African American bishop in the United States, who heads one of the country’s fastest growing archdioceses, addressed the graduates.
Woods College graduate Andy Pierre was quoted in the Boston Globe while he, a first-generation student, took in the pomp and circumstance at the Boston College Commencement.
It's been a long road from Guatemala to Massachusetts for Ana Peralta, a corporate systems student who aspires both to U.S. citizenship and to a career that improves the quality of life for local workers.
BC's M.S. in Sports Administration degree program blends academic and industry insider perspectives.
Innovation and collaboration are needed to combat digital warfare, FBI Director Christopher Wray tells cybersecurity conference at BC.
Undergraduates in the Woods College Manresa Experience contemplate the difference one life can make.
Woods College adds short-term programs in high-growth areas: sustainability, data analytics, project management.
Our own WCAS Prof. Ted Murphy, who teaches Craft of Writing, is proud to announce production on the film adaptation of his book, The Running Waves, set to be filmed on Cape Cod this coming fall. The story, about the complex relationship between two brothers masked by the bright summer on Cape Cod, takes place in the town of Falmouth.
A St. Patrick's Day essay by Peter Moloney, who teaches history and globalization courses in the Woods College tells a tale of Ireland's Guinness stout saving the lives of eight sailors in 1917. NPR "The Salt."
Anthony Cipolle, who earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy from the Woods College in 2012, had "lived like a rock star," he said, before finding his way to the priesthood, which he did with the help of former Woods Dean James A. Woods, S.J. Portland Press-Herald