The Graduate School of Arts & Science's increased funding will cover the annual cost of full-time tuition for most graduate programs for veterans and military-connected students.
After announcing the acceleration of the Doomsday Clock — a symbolic time warning how close the world is to apocalypse — leaders discussed their decision with students, faculty and staff.
Maxine Weinstein, a Distinguished Professor in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, is leading a longitudinal project that studies the factors that impact aging and resilience throughout adulthood.
The M.A. Educational Transformation and the Program in Education, Inquiry & Justice invite you to a series on “Language, Race, and Latinx Identity in Schools and Students” featuring Dr. Laura…
During Jesuit Heritage Month, meet Ken Homan, S.J. (G'25), a Jesuit brother whose passion for woodworking connects to his research, faith and a new project for Jack the Bulldog.
After leaving the Marine Corps, Thomas Schueman pursued a master’s in English — a degree that prepared him to write a memoir with his Afghan interpreter about their wartime experiences.
Abel Cruz Flores (G’21) was among the first recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program 10 years ago. Last week he finished his journey to a Ph.D.
Students and alumni share how a core Jesuit value has shaped them in unexpected ways—from a lightning bolt moment on a campus bench to experiences in a student-run asylum clinic.
Meet this year’s Patrick Healy Graduate Fellows, a cohort that includes a Baptist minister, a political science changemaker and a biologist-turned-Spanish-linguist, who are pursuing transformative research across disciplines.
Robert Cortes (C’18, G’23) has discovered new connections between fine motor skills — such as playing with blocks or tracing shapes — in early childhood and reasoning skills in adolescence.