Monthly Archives: January 2011

BC student is published illustrator

Check out the Boston College Chronicle story on BC junior Rachel Gregorio who has  illustrated two children’s books, Basketball with Big Baby and Pitching with the Papelbons. Gregorio has also applied her creative talents to many Boston College projects. She … Continue reading

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Wave: A poet’s debut volume

The winner of numerous poetry awards, Boston College English Department Associate Professor Andrew Sofer has written Wave, his first book of poems. Named a finalist for the Morse Prize, the Donald Justice Award and the New Criterion Prize, Wave is … Continue reading

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Congrats to Blair & Bloom

Congratulations to Norma Jean Calderwood University Professors of Islamic and Asian Art Sheila Blair and Jonathan Bloom, winners of the World Prize for the Book of the Year by the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance of the Islamic Republic … Continue reading

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Deep Down True

Deep Down True, the latest novel by BC alumna Juliette Fay, will hit bookshelves next week. Juliette has a number of book events both in Massachusetts and across the country in the coming days. According to the publisher, Deep Down True is the … Continue reading

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Loving someone who’s dying

Reflections of a Loving Partner: Caregiving at the End of Life by Boston College Connell School of Nursing adjunct faculty member and certified hospice and palliative nurse C. Andrew Martin is both a guide for caregivers and a personal story … Continue reading

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Embedded intelligence

Smart Products, Smarter Services: Strategies for Embedded Control, a new book by Carroll School of Management Professor of Information Systems Mary Cronin, looks at business strategies behind the technology embedded in smart phones, intelligent autos, and medical and energy devices. … Continue reading

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Literature meets neuroscience

Boston College Professor of English Alan Richardson’s The Neural Sublime: Cognitive Theories and Romantic Texts brings recent work in cognitive neuroscience to bear on some famously vexed issues in British Romantic studies, and demonstrates in unprecedented ways how developments in … Continue reading

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