Faculty who identify as AHANA (African, Hispanic, Asian and Native American descent) play a vital role in the BC community and are important resources. They pursue cutting-edge scholarship. They teach innovative classes in a wide range of subjects and serve as mentors and advisors.

Allyssa L. Harris

Allyssa L. Harris, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Connell School of Nursing

Ph.D.: Boston College

Representative courses: Advance Practice Women's Health; Theoretical Foundations in Women's Health & Pediatric Nursing

Research interests: Sexual risk behavior; parent-child communication; media influence on sexual health

Alvis Lo

Alvis Lo

Associate Professor, Accounting, Carroll School of Management

Ph.D.: University of British Columbia

Representative courses: Managerial Accounting; Financial Accounting

Research interests: Determinants and consequences of financial disclosures; bank accounting; debt contracting

Alvis Lo

Ana Martinez Alemán

Professor, Education

Educational Leadership & Higher Education; Associate Dean, Faculty & Academic Affairs, Lynch School of Education and Human Development

Ed.D.: University of Massachusetts Amherst

Representative courses: Higher Education and American Society; Diversity in Higher Education; Gender and Higher Education

Research interests: Philosophy and theory of higher education; campus culture, race and gender in higher education

Alyssa Harris

C. Shawn McGuffey

Associate Professor, Sociology

Ph.D.: University of Massachusetts Amherst

Representative courses: Race, Class & Gender; Intro to African American Society; Intro to African Diaspora Studies; Understanding Race, Gender & Violence

Research interests: Intersectionality; trauma; violence