PhD, University of Kent at Canterbury, England, Economic and Social History
MA, University of Warwick, England, Comparative Social History
BA, University of Warwick, England, History (hons.) 2:1
US History since 1900
Economics and Society
Bunker Hill Community College: Former Dean of Professional Studies and Workforce Development.
Provided strategic leadership for a career-focused Division to create a student-centred unit with cutting-edge programmes, and to build relationships with business, industry and academia.
Adjunct Faculty, London, UK: CAPA Global Education
Wojciechowska, B. (2015). Instructional Strategies for Work-Based Learning. Paper presented at the Jobs for the Future Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Wojciechowska, B. & Fontes, A. (2015). Bridging the Gap: Postsecondary Pathways for Underprepared Learners. Paper presented at the Jobs for the Future Conference, Boston, MA.
Wojciechowska, B. & Fontes, A. (2015). From Intern to Employee. An Award Winning Certificate, Degree and Internship Program in Taxation. Paper presented at the New England Workforce Network Conference, Hyannis, MA.
Wojciechowska, B. (2014). Governor's Recognition of Achievement Award for collaboration with Massachusetts Department of Revenue in creating the Taxation program. Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Wojciechowska, B. & Santiago, E. (2014). The Six Year High School. Paper presented at the Early College Conference, Dallas, Texas.
Wojciechowska, B. & DeCurtis, E. (2010). Engaging the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs: Creating Dynamic Channels for Learning. Paper presented at the NACCE 8th Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Wojciechowska. B. (2010). Advancing Community College Students: Leveraging and Learning from National Initiatives. Panelist at the : BPC Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.
Wojciechowska, B. (2009). The Polish Christian Experience under Nazi and Stalinist Oppression 1939-55. Bloomington, Indiana: AuthorHouse.
Wojciechowska, B. (2001). MBA Mentoring is a Best Practice. The University Reporter. University of Massachusetts Boston, volume 5, number 9.