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Paul Edward Madden

Academic Information

2007-2008 - Boston College - Chestnut Hill, MA
Candidate for a Masters in Secondary Education with a concentration in Mathematics
Cumulative GPA: 3.934

2003-2007 - Boston College - Chestnut Hill, MA

Double Major in Philosophy (B.A.) and Management (B.S.) with a Concentration in Accounting

Cumulative GPA: 3.801; Philosophy GPA: 3.816; Management GPA: 3.848; Accounting GPA: 3.93

Academic Distinctions


Undergraduate

Member of the Boston College Chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society.

Member of Alpha Sigma Nu – the National Jesuit Honor Society

Member of Beta Gamma Sigma - International Business Honor Society

Graduate

Donovan Urban Scholars Program

Bank of America Scholarship Recipient

Extracurricular Activities

FACES Council 2005-2007

As Co-Director of FACES Council for the 2006-2007 academic year I co-lead a council of 20 other individuals in an collective effort to continually develop and modify an optimal strategy that is consistent with our mission of educating the BC community on issues of race and racism and systems of power and privilege through our different programs and activities that include a First Year Program, Hall Talks Program, Diversity Training Corps and our FACE The Facts Program which the co-directors help oversee.
As Co-Coordinator of FACES’ First Year Program for 2005-2006 academic year I co-coordinated and co-created a leadership program with an intensive 13 week anti-racist curriculum for approximately 25 first year students.

Resident Assistant 2004-2005

I was responsible for a floor of 35 first year residents for whom I provided support, acted as a resource for, coordinated social and educational programs for, and worked with my staff to enforce university policy within the halls.

Graduate Staff Assistant 2005-2008
I served as an administrative and developmental support assistant in 2005-2006 in a first year area and in 2006-2007 in a sophomore area. My responsibilities included co-leading a staff of 18 RAs from 2006-2007 and 11 RAs from 2005-2006 with my Resident Director where I specifically aided in Resident Assistant (RA) supervision, program planning, staff development, and training in addition to fulfilling my normal RA responsibilities which included a floor of 80 residents from 2006-2007 and 50 residents from 2005-2006.

Work Experience

Orientation Leader (Summer of 2004 and 2005)

Teaching Assistantship – History and Development of Racism


Auditing Intern - Ernst and Young LLP (2006)

Tax Intern - Grant Thorton LLP (2005)

 

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