BC to Host Major International Conference for Catholic Universities in 2021

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“In the past few months, BC has been active in new and ongoing international consortia for Jesuit and Catholic education, and been confirmed as the host for a major international conference for Catholic universities in 2021.

These developments are notable in and of themselves, said Vice Provost for Global Engagement Alberto Godenzi, but also reflect BC’s new global approach, a commitment inscribed in “Ever to Excel,” the University’s 10-year Strategic Plan.”

https://www.bc.edu/bc-web/bcnews/nation-world-society/international/bc-global-moving-forward.html

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