John Cawthorne, an urban education expert whose care and regard for students made him one of the Lynch School of Education’s most popular administrators, has died of cancer at the age of 70.
Dean Cawthorne officially retired this past spring from Boston College after having served for 13 years as associate dean for students and outreach at the Lynch School. In addition to coordinating the Office of Professional Practicum Experiences, he provided advising services to undergraduate and master’s degree students.
Until recently, stay-at-home fathers made up a tiny sliver of the American family spectrum. Few in number, and lacking voice, they tended to keep to themselves, trying to avoid the inevitable raised eyebrows.
In the last decade, though, the number of men who have left the work force entirely to raise children has more than doubled, to 176,000, according to recent United States census data.
Only a few months after her graduation from Boston College, Angela Donkor ’12 — whose honors include the 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship and a Gates Millennium Scholarship — continues to earn accolades.
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