|1||The Interview: President Eddinger Interviews BHCC Board Member Paul Holzer
President Eddinger sits down with BHCC Alumnus Paul Holzer to trace his journey from Navy SEAL to scientist, engineer and entrepreneur
|12||Building the Digital Arc
BHCC dives into latest wave of technology for higher ed
|16||Welcome Back Center Supports Foreign-trained Nurses
Tsering Dolma navigates the credential evaluation and Massachusetts licensing processes with the help of Educational Case Manager Allison Cohn
BHCC President Pam Eddinger Interviews CEO/Co-Founder of XenoTherapeutics and BHCC Alumnus Paul Holzer
As part of an occasional series of conversations with local, national and business leaders about issues and trends in community college education President Eddinger sits down with BHCC alumnus and trustee Paul Holzer to trace his journey from Navy Sealto scientist, engineer and entrepreneur.
BHCC Dives into Latest Wave of Technology for Higher Ed
When it comes to breaking down the digital divide between faculty and students, BHCC Provost and Vice President, Academic and Student Affairs, James F. Canniff, Ed.D., sees infinite possibilities for deeper learning in the classroom and making student support services more effective.
Welcome Back Center Supports Foreign-trained Nurses
When Tsering Dolma emigrated to the United States to join her husband in 2017, she feared that the nursing training she had earned in India would go to waste. “I was wondering how can I get back to my career, how can I get the opportunity to work,” she says. Eager to find work in the nursing field, she turned to the Boston Welcome Back Center to help navigate the nursing credential evaluation and Massachusetts licensing processes.
Courseware in Context
BHCC Anatomy and Physiology professor William Hoover demonstrates the capabilities of McGraw Hill’s Connect courseware for faculty pilot
Director of Academic Innovation Danielle Leek walks us through the BHCC’s Innovation Lab
BNN: BHCC Expands Early College Program
Dean Nuri Chandler-Smith discusses Early College programs at Charlestown High School and Madison Park Vocational Technical High School on Neighborhood Network News
Center for American Progress Report
CAP Report finds BHCC Learning Communities to be a promising model to boost retention of part-time students