Alumni Weekend 2015 Events

We have a wide array of events being planned for this September! From reunion gatherings for our Golden Terriers, educational talks, networking opportunities, the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Braves/Nickerson Field, to the annual Best of BU Luncheon & University Alumni Awards, there is something for everyone. Please note that we do not offer refunds should you need to cancel your registration.

For more information on planning your visit, click here.

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  • 100 Years of Braves Field
  • Alumni Band
  • Arts & Culture
  • Athletics Events
  • Awards Ceremonies
  • Class of ’65 & Golden Terriers
  • Educational Programs
  • Family Friendly Events
  • Networking and Career Events
  • Online Webinar
  • Recent Grads
  • Receptions & Parties
  • Religious Life at BU
  • Reunion Events
  • Scarlet Key Honor Society
  • Tours
  • CAS
  • COM
  • ENG
  • CFA
  • CGS
  • SAR
  • PAL
  • DGE
  • SDM
  • MET
  • Questrom
  • SED
  • SHA
  • LAW
  • MED
  • SON
  • SPH
  • SSW
  • STH
  • Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    CFA’04 alumna Ariel Freiberg’s Unquenchable Thirst confronts idealized representations of femininity and female identity. In her lush and sensuous canvases, Freiberg depicts fragments of women’s faces that appear to blend into or emerge out of abstractly painted veils. Through shards or tears of paint emerge different facial expressions that become signifiers of constructed feminine beauty. Her paintings hesitate, creating tension between that which is depicted and what remains unseen.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24 – Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 12pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sherman Gallery, 2nd Floor, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Constitution Day 2015

    Constitution Day 2015

    Join Boston University’s School of Law in a disussion of the book, Fidelity to Our Imperfect Constitution: For Moral Readings and Against Originalisms by James E. Fleming, Professor of Law & The Honorable Frank R. Kenison Distinguished Scholar.

    In recent years, some have asked “Are we all originalists now?” and many have assumed that originalists have a monopoly on concern for fidelity in constitutional interpretation. In Fidelity to Our Imperfect Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2015), James Fleming rejects originalisms—whether old or new, concrete or abstract, living or dead. Instead, he defends what Ronald Dworkin called a “moral reading” of the United States Constitution, or a “philosophic approach” to constitutional interpretation.

    To celebrate the publication of this timely and significant book, we have invited three distinguished scholars (Gary Lawson, Philip S. Beck Professor of Law, BU School of Law; Jack M. Balkin, Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment, Yale Law School; and Jamal Greene, Vice Dean and Professor of Law, Columbia Law School) to comment on it. Professor Fleming will respond.

    Co-sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 12:45pm-2pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Barristers Hall, School of Law, 765 Commonwealth Ave
  • BU Industry Insiders presents: Real Estate and the Rise of the Property Management Entrepreneur

    BU Industry Insiders presents: Real Estate and the Rise of the Property Management Entrepreneur

    Join the BU in Real Estate Affinity Network for a discussion around property management and the world of real estate. Hear from industry professionals Nicholas Apostal (CAS’98) and Lauren Hundman (Questrom’08), founders of Chicago’s Owl Management, LLC on how they have capitalized on the current real estate boom. Learn more about the property management industry, how they built their business success, and the challenges of managing property in Chicago.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 12pm – 1pm EST
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Online Webinar
  • Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series Featuring Artist Maya Lin

    Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series Featuring Artist Maya Lin

    Join the BU Arts Initiative and the College of Fine Arts for an afternoon with Maya Lin, artist, designer, and environmentalist, world-renowned for her conception and design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at just 21 years old and lauded as one of the most important public artists of our time. Lecture followed by Q&A.

    CART and Sign Language Interpreting services will be provided. Please contact the Alumni Relations office at 617-353-2360 or email alumni@bu.edu for seating.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 4pm–5:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Metcalf Ballroom, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Selma Screening & Conversation with Gil Caldwell (STH’58)

    Selma Screening & Conversation with Gil Caldwell (STH'58)

    Spend your evening at an exclusive screening of the Oscar-winning movie Selma. Stay after the screening and join in a discussion with Reverend Gil Caldwell (STH’58), who marched at Selma in 1965, as he gives firsthand accounts of the events that day.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 5pm–8pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: School of Theology Community Center, 745 Commonwealth Ave.
  • BU School of Visual Arts – Art Studios Tour

    BU School of Visual Arts - Art Studios Tour

    Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the School of Visual Arts painting, printmaking, and photography studios in the famed Fuller Cadillac Building, 808 Commonwealth Ave.

    Meet at the registration table at the front of the 808 Gallery to depart for the tour.

    Space is limited.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary,
      Registration Required
    • Location: 808 Commonwealth Ave.
  • College of Communication: Distinguished Alumni Awards

    College of Communication: Distinguished Alumni Awards

    Join College of Communication Dean Tom Fiedler (COM’71) for the annual College of Communication Distinguished Alumni Awards. This event is an occasion to come together to celebrate our luminaries and network with fellow alumni, College of Communication Dean’s Advisory Board members, and former award winners.

    Recipients of 2015 awards to be announced.

    5:50pm–6:30pm Awards Presentation
    6:30pm–7:30pm Cocktail Reception

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: College of Communication, COM 101, 640 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Masonic Aprons

    Ten Things You Didn't Know About Masonic Aprons

    Aimee E. Newell, Ph.D., Director of Collections at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, will give a presentation on one of the iconic symbols of Freemasonry. The Masonic apron is still worn by members today, having been adapted from the protective aprons worn by working stonemasons during the 1600s and 1700s. The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library has over 400 aprons in its collection, dating from the mid-1700s to the present and made in the United States, England, China and other countries.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 6pm – 7:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Room 324, College of Arts & Sciences, 725 Commonwealth Ave
  • International Alumni Connections Reception

    International Alumni Connections Reception

    From Abu Dhabi to Zurich, let’s celebrate our international alumni in Boston! Join us at Sunset Cantina for appetizers, a welcome drink and a chance to make new friends from around the globe.

    Your admission includes a welcome drink an appetizer buffet with Mexican food

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 6-8pm
    • Cost: $10
      (includes a welcome drink & appetizers)
    • Location: Sunset Cantina,
      916 Comm. Ave
  • Willie Cole: AQUAHALLIC Exhibition Opening Reception

    Willie Cole: AQUAHALLIC Exhibition Opening Reception

    Internationally renowned artist Willie Cole creates sculptures and installations that alter everyday materials, such as irons, shoes, and bicycles, into layered artworks with multiple autobiographical, art-historical, and socio-political meanings. In AQUAHALLIC, Cole presents a series of chandeliers and a 1959 El Dorado, created specifically for the exhibition, made from re-purposed plastic water bottles. In these works, Cole both transforms and exploits the objects’ former associations to realize new forms that speak to the paradox of the impact of plastic upon the environment and water as the ultimate life force. The works in AQUAHALLIC also respond to the history and architecture details of the 808 Gallery as a former Cadillac showroom, an experience exclusive to BU.

    Space is limited.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 6-8pm
    • Cost: Complimentary, Registration Required
    • Location: 808 Gallery, 808 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Sargent College Young Alumni Networking Happy Hour

    Sargent College Young Alumni Networking Happy Hour

    Join fellow Sargent College alumni of the last 10 years for a happy hour and networking. Connect with young alumni and Sargent professors over appetizers and drinks on the first night of Alumni Weekend.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 6pm – 8pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: BU Pub, 225 Bay State Road
  • BU Men’s Soccer vs Harvard

    BU Men’s Soccer vs Harvard

    Head over to Nickerson Field to cheer on the Terriers as they take on Harvard.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24
    • Time: 7pm – 9pm
    • Cost: $2
    • Location: Nickerson Field,
      285 Babcock St.
  • School of Public Health: Alumni Networking Breakfast with a Healthcare Leader

    School of Public Health: Alumni Networking Breakfast with a Healthcare Leader

    Jeanette Clough, SON’75, President & CEO, Mount Auburn Hospital will share her background and thoughts on healthcare and public health interviewed by Dean Sandro Galea. Come to learn from a great alumna healthcare leader at a networking breakfast.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7:30am – 9:30am
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Hiebert Lounge, MED Instructional Building – 14th Floor, 72 East Concord Street, (BU Medical Campus)
  • School of Dental Medicine: Periodontology Symposium

    School of Dental Medicine: Periodontology Symposium

    This Symposium is specifically designed to bring new information and useful clinical knowledge that can be readily implemented by the general practitioner and the specialist alike. The topics covered will touch on esthetics, implant dentistry, bone regeneration, provisional restorations, essential oral pathology, perio-ortho interactions and more. The attendees will be able to use this practical information in their offices, increasing their productivity as well as the scope of services provided.

    Presentations
    Serge Dibart, DMD & Elif Keser, DDS, PhD: “Piezocision Assisted Orthodontics to Enhance Restorative Treatments”

    George Gallagher, DMD, DMSc: “Don’t be the One That Misses Oral Cancer”

    Gurkan Goktug, DDS, MS: “Digital Dentistry: Where are We?”

    Burton Langer, DMD: “Esthetics in Periodontology”

    Mani Moulazadeh, DMD: “Tooth Retention vs Implants”

    Myron Nevins, DDS: “Periodontal Regeneration: Mystery or Reality?”

    Ronaldo Santana, DMD, DSc: “Plastic and Reconstructive Periodontal Surgery in Esthetic Multidisciplinary Treatment: Planning and Execution”

    Valdemar Welz, DMD: “Cast Metal Reinforced Temporaries from Short Term (months) to Long Term (decades)”

    Yueh-Chao Yang, DMD: “Socket Preservation Prior to Implant Placement: Technique and Advantages”

    Details
    Price: $95(regular rate), $25(student rate)
    7 CEUs
    Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parking is available.

    This event is sold out.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 8am – 5pm
    • Cost: SOLD OUT
    • Location: Marriott Hotel, Burlington, MA
  • College of Engineering: Materials Day

    College of Engineering: Materials Day

    The impact of nanomaterials on the practice of medicine far exceeds its dimensions. Nanomaterials have unique physicochemical, electromagnetic, and pharmacological properties that enable innovative strategies for diagnosing and treating disease. Targeted imaging probes engineered with nanomaterials allows clinicians and scientists to detect anatomical and pathological abnormalities indicative of disease with biomedical imaging systems. Nanomaterials have also been co-opted for chemical modification or packaging of therapeutic agents, augmenting their bio-distribution, increasing their specificity, and enhancing their efficacy while minimizing off-target adverse effect. In this symposium, leading scientists will present on medical breakthroughs that have been made possible through novel formulations and constructs of nanomaterials.

    Sponsors:
    Boston University
    Division of Materials Science & Engineering
    Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology

    Workshop Organizer:
    Tyrone Porter
    Associate Professor
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Division of Materials Science & Engineering
    Boston University

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 8am – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Photonics Center, Room 906, 8 St. Mary’s St.
  • Alumni College @ Alumni Weekend: Archaeology

    Alumni College @ Alumni Weekend: Archaeology

    Join fellow BU alumni for an archaeological immersion, which will include hands-on access to the Gabel Museum at the College of Arts & Sciences, behind-the-scenes lab tours with faculty members and PhD students, and guided viewing of the Asian collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

    No refunds after September 1, 2015.
    Breakfast and lunch included.
    Transportation between BU Campus and MFA provided.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 8:30am – 6pm
    • Cost: $125
    • Location: Stone Science Building,
      675 Commonwealth Ave.
  • School of Law: Open House

    School of Law: Open House

    Come tour the new Sumner M. Redstone Building and renovated Law tower. Light refreshments and snacks will be served. Student guides will be on hand to answer questions, and self-guided tour documents will be available.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 11am – 2pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sumner M. Redstone Building and Law Tower, 765 Commonwealth Ave.
  • School of Theology: Reunion Luncheon

    School of Theology: Reunion Luncheon

    Join STH graduates for a special reunion luncheon. All classes ending in 0 and 5 will have their own space to mix, mingle, and catch up!

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 11:30am – 1:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: School of Theology Community Center, 745 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    CFA’04 alumna Ariel Freiberg’s Unquenchable Thirst confronts idealized representations of femininity and female identity. In her lush and sensuous canvases, Freiberg depicts fragments of women’s faces that appear to blend into or emerge out of abstractly painted veils. Through shards or tears of paint emerge different facial expressions that become signifiers of constructed feminine beauty. Her paintings hesitate, creating tension between that which is depicted and what remains unseen.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24 – Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 12pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sherman Gallery, 2nd Floor, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Class of 1965 & Golden Terriers Luncheon

    Class of 1965 & Golden Terriers Luncheon

    Come together with the Golden Terriers, our distinguished alumni who graduated from BU 50 or more years ago, to celebrate your class, as you are welcomed into the Golden Terrier ranks.

    Menu:
    Arugula Salad with Candy Striped Beets, Chevre, Balsamic Vinaigrette
    Herb Roasted Tuscan Chicken Breast, Cous Cous with Kalamata Olives and
    Roasted Red Peppers, and Grilled Asparagus
    Hand Dipped Fruits, Coffee, and Tea
    House red and white wines will be served with your meal.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 12pm – 1:30pm
    • Cost: $20, Complimentary for Class of 1965
    • Location: Kilachand Hall, Kilachand Honors College, 91 Bay State Rd.
  • School of Theology Tour

    School of Theology Tour

    Join current students as they lead you through the School of Theology. The tour will feature discussions with Anastasia Kidd, director of admissions, Kara Jackman, archivist, and a visit to Muelder Chapel.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 2pm – 3pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: School of Theology Community Center, 745 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Theology House Tour & Reception

    Theology House Tour & Reception

    Explore the Theology House and meet current students in residence. The tour will be followed by a reception.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 2pm – 3:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Theology House, 2 Raleigh St., Kenmore Square
  • BU Then & Now: The Evolution of Our University

    BU Then & Now: The Evolution of Our University

    The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center is the home of the Boston University Archives, a collection of publications and historical documents that tell the story of the founding and development of the University. Join archivist Diane Gallagher for a talk on where the University started and how it has become a major international institution. The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center will also showcase the major exhibition A View from the Vault: Fifty Years of Collecting as well as the exhibition of original letters and personal papers from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection, called Pin His Ear to the Wisdom Post: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the School of Prophets in the MLK Reading Room on the third floor.

    In addition, we welcome alumni from the class of 1965 celebrating their 50th reunion as we showcase archival materials from this time.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Meet in the Mugar Memorial Library Building, 771 Commonwealth Ave., Howard Gotlieb Memorial Gallery, 1st Floor
  • National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) Tour

    National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) Tour

    As BU alumni, you have an exclusive opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at a world-class facility. NEIDL (National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories) is part of a national network of facilities studying diseases that are or have the potential to become major public health concerns for Boston, the United States, and/or the world. This lab is a major step forward in advancing public health and we’re happy to have partnered with the NEIDL researchers to offer you a tour led by Dr. Gerald Keusch, associate director of the NEIDL.

    For security reasons, all alumni and their guests must be able to provide their full name, birthdate, and email address prior to the tour. Registrants will be contacted about three weeks prior to the tour with a request for the required information.

    To learn more about NEIDL, visit www.bu.edu/neidl.

    Space is extremely limited.
    Advance registration is required by September 8, 2015.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 3pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Medical Campus, 620 Albany St.
  • Dedication of the Samuel M. Fineman Law Library in honor of Dean William Schwartz and his wife Bernice

    Dedication of the Samuel M. Fineman Law Library in honor of Dean William Schwartz and his wife Bernice

    Join us for the dedication of the Samuel M. Fineman Law Library. After the dedication there will be a reception in McCausland Commons with light refreshments.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 3pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sumner M. Redstone Building, Samuel M. Fineman Law Library, 765 Commonwealth Ave.
  • School of Theology: Tea and Conversation with Dean Moore, Faculty, and Students

    School of Theology: Tea and Conversation with Dean Moore, Faculty, and Students

    Join Dean Mary Elizabeth Moore, STH faculty, and current students for an early evening reception.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 4pm – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: School of Theology, Community Center, 745 Commonwealth Ave.
  • College of General Studies: Alumni Awards & Reception

    College of General Studies: Alumni Awards & Reception

    Join Dean Natalie McKnight and fellow CGS alumni as we celebrate the extraordinary achievements of friends, colleagues, and fellow classmates. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 4pm – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Katzenberg Center, 3rd Floor, 871 Commonwealth Ave.
  • College of Arts & Sciences: Mathematics and Statistics Department Alumni Reception

    College of Arts & Sciences: Mathematics and Statistics Department Alumni Reception

    Join department alumni and staff over light refreshments, and learn about our newest Master of Science in Statistical Practice program. We’d love to hear feedback and suggestions from our esteemed alumni about ways to continue to develop and improve our new program. Please come to reconnect with former classmates and professors while shaping the future of our department.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 4pm – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Kenmore Room, 9th Floor,
      1 Silber Way
  • College of Arts & Sciences: Biology Department Alumni Gathering

    College of Arts & Sciences: Biology Department Alumni Gathering

    Join fellow BU biology alumni for the Biology Department’s 3rd annual Alumni Weekend event. Stop by the main lobby of the Life Science and Engineering Building at 24 Cummington Mall on Friday evening for a complimentary happy hour social.

    You will have a chance to network with classmates and professors, and to learn about exciting new research from two BU alumni:

    Jennifer Talbot (CAS ’04), Assistant Professor in BU’s Department of Biology, will present “Back to the future – science and discovery as a former student and new faculty at Boston University.”

    Giovanni Bosco (CLA ’88), Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics at Dartmouth, will present “Social fruit flies and what this means for our children and grandchildren.”

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 5pm – 7pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Life Science & Engineering Building, Room 103, 24 Cummington Mall
  • School of Hospitality Administration: Alumni Awards Reception

    School of Hospitality Administration: Alumni Awards Reception

    The School of Hospitality Administration welcomes you back to campus! Bring your business cards to our premier networking event featuring SHA Advisory Board members, fellow alumni, faculty, and staff.

    Please join us for a complimentary reception to celebrate our Alumni, Young Alumni, and Industry Leader of the Year.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 5pm – 7pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: School of Hospitality Lobby, 928 Commonwealth Ave.
  • School of Law: Golden Circle Dinner (Classes of 1965 and earlier)

    School of Law: Golden Circle Dinner (Classes of 1965 and earlier)

    Join Golden Circle alumni from the Classes of 1965 and earlier for cocktails and dinner.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm
    • Cost: $20
    • Location: Law Tower, Barristers Hall, 765 Commonwealth Ave.
  • BU Hillel Shabbat Services and Shabbat Dinner

    BU Hillel Shabbat Services and Shabbat Dinner

    Join us for Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform services on Friday night. All services are held on the fourth floor of the Florence & Chafetz Hillel House. Make Shabbat special by joining us for a gourmet meal overlooking the Charles River following the services. Space in our dining hall is limited. To reserve your spot at Shabbat Dinner, pre-registration is required at www.bu.edu/hilleldining.

    Registration for Shabbat Services & Shabbat Dinner will not open until 9/21 at 10am.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 6pm – 7:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Hillel House, 213 Bay State Rd.
  • Black Alumni Network Reception

    Black Alumni Network Reception

    Spend your Friday evening with Boston University’s Black Alumni network for a special reception hosted by Dean of Students Kenneth Elmore. Catch up with fellow alumni, and get up-to-date on what’s new at BU.

    Hors d’Oeuvres included. Cash bar.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 6 – 7:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Dean Elmore’s House, 24 Cottage Farm Road, Brookline
  • Band Alumni Network Reunion Night

    Band Alumni Network Reunion Night

    The BU Band Alumni are on the march. This year the BU Band Alumni Network is making their mark at Alumni Weekend. Connect with your fellow Band alumni from across the decades as we celebrate and highlight the many generations of BU Band at Alumni Weekend.

    Join your fellow BU Band Alumni for an Alumni Weekend Rendezvous at the BU Pub. Harken back to the days of Braves/Nickerson Field, Walter Brown Arena, Sasquatch, or just more cowbells. Stop by for just a drink or stay the evening and finish-off the long awaited knight’s quest.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 6pm – 8pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: BU Pub, 225 Bay State Rd.
  • Questrom School of Business: Cheers! with Professors

    Questrom School of Business: Cheers! with Professors

    Ken Freeman, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean, cordially invites you to join fellow business school alumni and professors for a special reception on Alumni Weekend. Raise a glass with classmates, catch up with friends, and mingle with your favorite mentors over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Welcome and remarks begin at 7pm.

    Open to BU and Questrom alumni, faculty, and friends
    Dress code: Business casual
    All registered guests will receive a Questrom T-shirt.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 6pm – 8pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Atrium, Rafik B. Hariri Building, 595 Commonwealth Ave.
  • College of Engineering: Celebration of Excellence

    College of Engineering: Celebration of Excellence

    Dean Kenneth R. Lutchen cordially invites you to attend the College of Engineering Celebration of Excellence honoring a group of outstanding ENG alumni. Spend your evening in conversation with faculty learning about their latest research as we celebrate the future of ENG with special student speakers. Reconnect with former classmates and friends over a buffet dinner and champagne toast.

    

2015 Alumni Honorees: To Be Announced

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Trustee Lounge, 9th Floor, 1 Silber Way
  • School of Theology: Dual Degree Reunion Reception for Social Work and Theology Grads

    School of Theology: Dual Degree Reunion Reception for Social Work and Theology Grads

    Join Associate Dean Bryan Stone and other dual degree alumni for an evening of networking.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 9pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: BU Pub, 225 Bay State Road
  • Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine Reception

    Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine Reception

    Join Dean and Mrs. Hutter for the annual Alumni Weekend Reception.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $65 Classes 2010-2015, $75
    • Location: Four Seasons Hotel, 200 Boylston St.
  • School of Law: Classes of 1970 & 1975 Reception

    School of Law: Classes of 1970 & 1975 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Classes of 1970 & 1975 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: The Capital Grille, 900 Boylston St.
  • School of Law: Class of 1980 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 1980 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 1980 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: Clerys Boston, 113 Dartmouth St.
  • School of Law: Class of 1985 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 1985 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 1985 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    Open to 1985 Law graduates only.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: MET Back Bay, 279 Dartmouth St.
  • School of Law: Class of 1990 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 1990 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 1990 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: Back Bay Harry’s, 142 Berkeley St.
  • School of Law: Class of 1995 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 1995 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 1995 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: Clerys Boston, 113 Dartmouth St.
  • School of Law: Class of 2000 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 2000 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 2000 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: Back Bay Harry’s, 142 Berkeley St.
  • School of Law: Class of 2005 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 2005 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 2005 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: Cornwall’s, 654 Beacon St.
  • School of Law: Class of 2010 Reception

    School of Law: Class of 2010 Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 2010 from the School of Law! Ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets.

    • Date: Friday, September 25
    • Time: 7pm – 10pm
    • Cost: $10
    • Location: Cornwall’s, 654 Beacon St.
  • How to Be a GREAT Networker with Career Coach Kim Bilawchuk (SED’03)

    How to Be a GREAT Networker with Career Coach Kim Bilawchuk (SED’03)

    Many of us feel uncomfortable networking. Learn why networking is so important to the job search, and how to overcome your personal apprehension. Develop your strategy for informational interviewing and attending networking events. This interactive workshop will give you a chance to create and practice your elevator pitch and gain experience networking.

    9am – 9:45am Interactive workshop
    9:45am – 10:30am Guided networking session over coffee and pastries

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 9am – 10:30am
    • Cost: $15, $10 Recent Graduates (Classes 2005–2015)
    • Location: Yawkey Center for Student Services, 613A, 100 Bay State Rd.
  • Renewable Energy: What is BU doing, and What Can You Do?

    Renewable Energy: What is BU doing, and What Can You Do?

    BU is studying the feasibility of renewable energy, both for on-campus use and for large-scale off-campus projects. Learn what your alma mater is doing to reduce its carbon footprint and what you can do to take advantage of incentives for residential projects such as home solar.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 10am – 10:45am
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Yawkey Center for Student Services, 545 A&B, 100 Bay State Road
  • Scarlet Key Tapping Ceremony

    Scarlet Key Tapping Ceremony

    For 77 years, the Scarlet Key Honor Society has celebrated exceptional leadership and service to Boston University. Today we will honor the innumerable contributions Scarlet Key members have made to BU since 1938—and especially to acknowledge exemplary efforts among today’s students. Scarlet Key alumni and friends are invited to join the Class of 2016 Scarlet Key Candidates as they are tapped for membership at this year’s Tapping Ceremony.

    Formal Induction Ceremony to follow in May 2016.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 10am – 12pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: 26th Floor, Student Village II, 33 Harry Agganis Way
  • Alumni Book Talk: What to Do with Your Stuff

    Alumni Book Talk: What to Do with Your Stuff

    Join Lois Tager (SED ’73) for a discussion and signing of her award winning book, What to Do with Your Stuff: A Guide to Decisions About Personal Possessions and Life Choices.

    Many of us are challenged by “our stuff” and the details of storing, allocating, organizing or disposing our possessions can be overwhelming. Mrs. Tager’s book and talk will encourage you to start the process of making important decisions easily, avoiding future conflicts. Tips for downsizing and moving will be offered.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 10:30am – 11:30am
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Barnes & Noble (BU Bookstore), 660 Beacon Street
  • Success Strategies for Mid-Career Professionals: Targeting Your Resume & Addressing Job Search Challenges

    Success Strategies for Mid-Career Professionals: Targeting Your Resume & Addressing Job Search Challenges

    In this workshop, expert counselors from the BU Center for Career Development will discuss how resumes have evolved over the past 10-20 years and what employers expect from resumes today.

    We will address specific challenges that mid-career job seekers are often faced with, including: creating targeted resumes, career changes, re-entering the workforce, and gaps in work history. This workshop is meant to be interactive, so please come ready to participate and ask questions..

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 10:45am – 12pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Room 613, Yawkey Center for Student Services, 100 Bay State Rd.
  • EMBA Alumni Reunion & Networking Luncheon

    EMBA Alumni Reunion & Networking Luncheon

    Join your classmates, fellow alumni, and EMBA faculty for a delicious lunch with plenty of time to catch up and make new connections. As always, during lunch we will have a speaker or panel on a current business topic to entice you to attend and enliven the conversation. This is a great opportunity to come back to campus and revisit EMBA. Program details will be updated as they are confirmed.

    Open only to the Executive MBA (EMBA) community
    Contact for follow-up questions: Executive MBA Office, 617-353-8470, emba@bu.edu

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 11am – 1pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Questrom School of Business, 4th Floor Dining Rooms, Rafik B. Hariri Building, 595 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Tour

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Tour

    Join fellow alumni for an inspirational tour of the famed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, home to one of the most remarkable and intimate collections of art in the world. A patron and friend of leading artists and writers of her time, including John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler, and Henry James, Ms. Gardner completed the construction of her Fenway Court palace in 1903, with the sole purpose of offering Americans a vital space to enjoy and experience important works of art. The docent-led tour will include the courtyard garden, surrounding galleries, and new wing.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 11:10am – 12:15pm
    • Cost: $20, Space is limited
    • Location: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 25 Evans Way
  • School of Law: Class of 2010, Section A Reception

    School of Law: Class of 2010, Section A Reception

    Come together with fellow members of the Class of 2010, Section A from the School of Law!

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 12pm – 2pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Boston Beer Works (Fenway), 61 Brookline Ave.
  • The Best of BU Luncheon & University Alumni Awards

    The Best of BU Luncheon & University Alumni Awards

    Join alumni from across Boston University at one of the premier events of Alumni Weekend! We will welcome home and recognize a number of distinguished alumni groups, including the Class of 1965, Golden Terriers, Claflin Society, Band Alumni, former student-athletes, loyal and generous donors, and many more.

    The University Alumni Awards will be presented at the luncheon. Recipients of the 2015 Young Alumni Award include Mayor Lisa A. Wong (CAS’00, GRS’00). Distinguished Alumni Award recipients include Dr. Robert K. Jackler (MED’79) and Dr. Sarah Degnan Kambou (SPH’84, UNI’94).

    Plated Luncheon:

    Spinach Salad, Feta Cheese Crumbles, Dried Cranberries with an Apple Cider Vinaigrette
    Sage Seared Chicken Breast with Haricot Vert, Quinoa ‘Risotto’, Au Jus Lie
    Butterscotch Pudding with a Shortbread Cookie Garnish and Whipped Cream

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 12pm – 2pm
    • Cost: $30, $20 Special Interest Groups
    • Location: George Sherman Union, Metcalf Hall, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    CFA’04 alumna Ariel Freiberg’s Unquenchable Thirst confronts idealized representations of femininity and female identity. In her lush and sensuous canvases, Freiberg depicts fragments of women’s faces that appear to blend into or emerge out of abstractly painted veils. Through shards or tears of paint emerge different facial expressions that become signifiers of constructed feminine beauty. Her paintings hesitate, creating tension between that which is depicted and what remains unseen.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24 – Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 12pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sherman Gallery, 2nd Floor, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Black Alumni Career Panel and Undergrad Networking Session

    Black Alumni Career Panel and Undergrad Networking Session

    Join us for a panel discussion and networking session in which black Boston University
    alumni from various professional fields can connect with fellow alumni and share their
    professional experience and expertise with current BU undergraduate students. Whether it involves furthering one’s education through graduate studies or navigating the job market, this event looks to build common ground between black BU classes and address the burning questions regarding life after BU.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 1pm – 3pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Howard Thurman Center, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • SED Community Welcome: Beyond Measure Screening & Panel Discussion

    SED Community Welcome: Beyond Measure Screening & Panel Discussion

    Alumni Weekend provides a wonderful opportunity to assemble the entire SED community — SED invites alumni to join a gathering of current students, faculty, and staff in a special screening of Beyond Measure.

    A panel discussion will follow, moderated by Dr. Donald Beaudette. Our esteemed panel includes Chad d’Entremont, Executive Director at The Rennie Center for Education Research and Policy, Rahn Dorsey Chief of Education for the City of Boston, and Emily Shapero (SED ’11) Social Studies Teacher at Wellesley High School.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 1:30pm – 4pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Questrom 105 and Atrium, Rafik B. Hariri Building, 595 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Sargent College Hospitality Suite

    Sargent College Hospitality Suite

    Meet up with classmates, revisit the Sargent building, or just come and relax! The Sargent College hospitality suite will be open with light refreshments for you to gather before the Alumni Awards Reception.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sargent College, 2nd Floor, 635 Commonwealth Ave.
  • School of Law Duck Tour

    School of Law Duck Tour

    Bring your family and hop on Boston’s favorite duck tour and take in the sights of BU and the great city of Boston. Please note this will depart at the Prudential Center, plan to arrive 30 minutes prior. Limited tickets available. This event is only open to LAW alumni.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2pm-4pm
    • Cost: $20
    • Location: Meet at the Prudential Center, 53 Huntington Ave.
  • Electronic Cigarettes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    Electronic Cigarettes: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    Alumnus Robert Jackler (MED’79), a 2015 BU Distinguished Alumni Award winner, will present an interactive discussion on the effects of tobacco advertising, marketing, and promotion.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Room 101, BU School of Law (Redstone Building), 765 Commonwealth Ave.
  • College of Engineering: Gold & Silver Engineers Reception

    College of Engineering: Gold & Silver Engineers Reception

    Spend your afternoon with ENG alumni and friends at a reception as you reconnect with former classmates and friends. Join us as we honor the Classes of 1965 and 1990 and toast the newest class of Gold & Silver Engineers.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2:30pm – 4pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: EPIC, 750 Commonwealth Ave.
  • A Vast and Formidable Experiment: The Era of Theodore Roosevelt

    A Vast and Formidable Experiment: The Era of Theodore Roosevelt

    Delve into the fascinating era of Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency through a lecture and Q&A with Bruce Schulman, William E. Huntington Professor of History. Dr. Ann Cudd, new Dean of Arts & Sciences, will also join in to welcome alumni and introduce Professor Schulman.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2:30pm – 4pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: George Sherman Union, Academy Room, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Admissions Information Session & Campus Tour

    Admissions Information Session & Campus Tour

    Spend your afternoon with admissions and a current student at an information session, where you will learn about BU’s dynamic academic and social community from a variety of perspectives. You will learn what makes an applicant competitive for admission and have an opportunity for all your questions to be answered. You will then proceed on a walking tour of campus where you’ll see everything from the student union to the BU “Beach.”

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: BU Admissions, Alan & Sherry Leventhal Center, 233 Bay State Rd.
  • Get the “Scoop” on Planned Giving

    Get the 'Scoop' on Planned Giving

    Stop by Marsh Plaza with your Alumni Weekend brochure to grab a frozen treat, meet members of BU’s Planned Giving Team and get the “scoop” on Planned Giving.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Marsh Plaza,
      735 Comm. Ave
  • 100 Years of Braves/Nickerson Field – Panel Discussion & Tour

    100 Years of Braves/Nickerson Field - Panel Discussion & Tour

    Our panel of experts will take you to the field the Boston Braves called their home some four decades ago. Walk through time as we discuss legendary moments on the field, how Braves Field became the Nickerson Field of today, and how Nickerson Field has become an integral part of BU’s athletics program over the years. Join us post-discussion for an exclusive tour.

    Panel Includes:

    Bob Brady, President, Boston Braves Historical Association
    Dick Johnson, Curator, New England Sports Museum
    Phil Tate (moderator), Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Boston University
    Tom Whalen, Associate Professor of Social Sciences, Boston University

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 3pm – 4:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Cinema Room, Rich Hall, 277 Babcock St.
  • BU Women’s Ice Hockey vs University of Guelph

    BU Women’s Ice Hockey vs University of Guelph

    The Terriers have won four straight Hockey East Championships. Head over to Walter Brown Arena to cheer on the Lady Terriers and support their efforts in the 2015–2016 season.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 3pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Walter Brown Arena,
      285 Babcock St.
  • Daily Free Press Alumni & Student Reception

    Daily Free Press Alumni & Student Reception

    The Board of Directors of Back Bay Publishing Co. would like to invite current and former editors, staff members and readers of Daily Free Press to join in celebrating 45 years of publication. Grab a snack, meet current editors, reunite with old friends, participate in an auction for FreeP memorabilia, and learn about the current state of the FreeP. We can’t wait to see you there!

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 3pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: George Sherman Union, Terrace Lounge, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • College of Engineering MES-NSBE Alumni-Student Reception

    College of Engineering: MES-NSBE Alumni-Student Reception

    With this second annual gathering of both past and present MES and NSBE members, we are looking to further foster the relationship between students and alumni and to reconnect with former classmates and faculty. NSBE trivia, tours of the new facilities, and refreshments are just a few things you can expect at this event. We look forward to seeing you!

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 3:30pm – 5:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Ingalls Engineering Resource Center, 48 Cummington Mall
  • Sargent College: Alumni Awards & Reception

    Sargent College: Alumni Awards & Reception

    Join us as we present this year’s Sargent College Alumni Awards. We will celebrate the extraordinary achievements of friends, colleagues, and fellow classmates. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served.

    Recipients of 2015 awards to be announced.

    4:00pm – 5:00pm Cocktail Reception
    5:00pm – 6:00pm Award Presentation

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 4pm – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Yawkey Center for Student Services, 613 A&B, 100 Bay State Rd.
  • School of Social Work: Alumni Awards Reception

    School of Social Work: Alumni Awards Reception

    Join School of Social Work alumni as we honor the work of outstanding SSW alumni at the annual awards reception featuring Marylou Sudders (SSW’78), Massachusetts Secretary of Health and Human Services.

    We also look forward to toasting public health social work program founder Betty Ruth and Associate Dean Ken Schulman as they celebrate milestone birthdays. To make a gift in their honor, please visit bu.edu/campaign/ssw.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 4pm – 7pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Barristers Hall, Law Tower, 765 Comm Ave.
  • College of Arts & Sciences: Core Curriculum & Classics Alumni Reception

    College of Arts & Sciences: Core Curriculum & Classics Alumni Reception

    The Core Curriculum and the Classics Department are hosting a reception for all alumni. Faculty from both Core and Classics will join the alumni for excellent refreshments and even better conversation. A wonderful chance to catch up with your fellow alumni and former professors.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 4pm – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: College of Arts & Science, Core Curriculum Office – Room 119,
      685-725 Comm. Ave
  • Pardee School of Global Studies: World In Flux – Global Shifts

    Pardee School of Global Studies: World In Flux - Global Shifts

    Join the discussion on global shifts in our increasingly complex world with panelists from The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies: Dean Adil Najam, Ambassador Paul Hare, Professor Kaija Schilde, and Professor Michael Woldemariam. A wine and cheese reception will immediately follow the panel discussion.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 4pm – 5:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, 121 Bay State Rd.
  • School of Education: Alumni Awards & Special Honoring of SED Retiring Faculty

    School of Education: Alumni Awards & Special Honoring of SED Retiring Faculty

    Each year during Alumni Weekend, the School of Education recognizes two or three outstanding SED alumni at our cornerstone event, the Alumni Awards Presentation.

    The 2015 awardees include:
    Ben Bahan (GRS ’96, SED ’87) professor of deaf studies at Gallaudet University and ASL advocate, Barbara Krol-Sinclair (SED ’96, SED ’82) dedicated director of ILP in Chelsea, and Ali Jabareen (SED ’07), proponent of tolerance and diversity in Israel.

    This year’s Awards Presentation will also honor six SED professors retiring in 2016: Bruce Fraser, Charles Glenn, Bob Hoffmeister, Lee Indrisano, Mary Shann, and Charles White.

    Hors d’oeuvres and beer and wine will be served.

    Sign language interpreting services will be provided. Please contact the School of Education at 617-353-5667 or email madaio11@bu.edu for seating.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 4:30pm – 6:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Trustee Ballroom, 9th Floor, 1 Silber Way
  • College of Fine Arts: Inspiring Young Alumni Awards Reception & Awards Ceremony

    College of Fine Arts: Inspiring Young Alumni Awards Reception & Awards Ceremony

    Join the College of Fine Arts student and faculty community in celebrating Young Alumni who have distinguished themselves professionally, through exemplary artistry and extraordinary leadership.

    College of Fine Arts 2015 Inspiring Young Alumni Award Recipients:

    Uzo Aduba, CFA’05
    David Delmar, CFA’06
    Greg Hildreth, CFA’05

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 5-7pm
    • Cost: Complimentary, Registration Required
    • Location: 808 Gallery, 808 Commonwealth Ave.
  • BU’s Brews, Blues & BarBQ

    BU's Brews, Blues & BarBQ

    Celebrate the Nickerson Field of today with the James Montgomery (DGE ’69, CAS ’71) Band and this family-friendly cookout featuring fun, games and special guests!

    Menu:
    Grilled Watermelon with Feta, Wild Arugula, and Citrus
    Garden Herb Potato Salad with Herb Aioli
    Seasonal Greens with Smoked Tomato Dressing
    Aleppo Chili Grilled Chicken with Oaxacan Corn Relish
    12 hour Pulled Pork with Rolls, Cole Slaw, Vinegar Sauce, Molasses BBQ
    Hamburgers and Veggie Burgers with Fixings
    Chimichurri Vegetable Kebabs with Mushrooms, Peppers, and Squash
    Corn Bread
    “Watermelon” Cup Cakes
    “Hamburger” Whoopie Pies

    Cash bar.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 5pm – 7pm
    • Cost: $20, $5 (Children 12 and under)
    • Location: Nickerson Plaza and Field
  • Celebrating 100 Years of Braves/Nickerson Field

    Celebrating 100 Years of Braves/Nickerson Field

    Take a moment to enjoy the day on Nickerson Field. Join fellow alumni in special activities, including a performance by the James Montgomery (DGE ’69, CAS ’71) Band. Feeling hungry? Be sure to buy a ticket to BU’s Brews, Blues and BarBQ overlooking Nickerson Field to wrap up your Saturday with a fantastic meal.

    Weather permitting

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 5pm – 7pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Nickerson Field,
      285 Babcock St.
  • School of Law Annual Reunion Gala & Silver Shingle Awards

    School of Law Annual Reunion Gala & Silver Shingle Awards

    Join School of Law Dean O’Rourke and fellow alumni at the beautiful MFA Shapiro Courtyard for the annual Law Reunion Gala & Silver Shingle Awards. Ticket price includes cocktails, dinner, and our “Sips and Sweets” post-Gala reception—complete with open bar, tasty dessert bites, a photo booth, and more!

    6:30pm Cocktail Reception
    7:30pm Dinner and Awards Presentation
    9:30pm Sips & Sweets Reception

    Early bird pricing available through August 31: $100 for alumni 11+ years out; $75 for alumni 1–10 years out; $20 Sips & Sweets admission for recent graduates (Classes 2011–2014); and $15 Sips & Sweets admission for 2015 grads

    Regular pricing available after September 1: $125 for alumni 11+ years out; $90 for alumni 1–10 years out; $30 Sips & Sweets admission for recent graduates (Classes 2011–2014); and $15 Sips & Sweets admission for 2015 grads

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 6:30pm – 11:30pm
    • Cost: Varies
    • Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Shapiro Courtyard, 465 Huntington Ave.
  • Huntington Theatre Company Presents: A Little Night Music

    Huntington Theatre Company Presents: A Little Night Music

    Lovers reunite and new romances blossom in the Huntington Theatre Company’s A Little Night Music, Stephen Sondheim’s most popular work featuring a sweeping score including “Send in the Clowns.” Directed by Artistic Director Peter DuBois, this exquisite musical is the must-see event of the season!

    Use code “BUALUMNI” to save $15 on tickets to BU Alumni Night on Saturday, September 26 at 8pm or any performance from September 24-27. Discount is valid on section AA, A, B, and C seats. Tickets for all performances start at just $25!

    To purchase tickets please visit, the Huntington Theatre Company Website.

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 8pm
    • Cost: Tickets start at $25, Use code “BUALUMNI” to save $15 on tickets
    • Location: Huntington Theatre Compnay, 281 Huntington Ave.
  • School of Law Sips and Sweets Post-Gala Reception

    School of Law Sips and Sweets Post-Gala Reception

    Following the Gala, join us for our “Sips & Sweets” dessert reception—complete with open bar, tasty dessert bites, a photo booth, and more!

    The option to purchase a ticket to just Sips and Sweets is available to recent grads (Classes of 2015-2011) only.

    Special early bird and class of 2015 pricing!

    Early bird pricing available through August 31:
    $20 for recent graduates (classes 2011–2014)
    $15 for 2015 grads *price does not increase for 2015 grads

    Regular pricing available after September 1:
    $30 for recent graduates (Classes 2011–2014)

    • Date: Saturday, September 26
    • Time: 9:30pm – 11:30pm
    • Cost: Varies
    • Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Shapiro Courtyard, 465 Huntington Ave.
  • Band Alumni Network: Reunion Brunch & Allston-Brighton Parade Watch

    Band Alumni Network: Reunion Brunch & Allston-Brighton Parade Watch

    The BU Band Alumni are on the march. This year the BU Band Alumni Network is making their mark at Alumni Weekend. Connect with your fellow Band alumni from across the decades as we celebrate and highlight the many generations of BU Band at Alumni Weekend.

    What better way to complete your Band Alumni Network weekend with one last hurrah over brunch. Join the BU Band Alumni Network for an exclusive Tavern in the Square brunch* followed by the Allston/Brighton Parade featuring your very own BU Marching Band.

    *Brunch includes coffee, juice, and tea and All-You-Can-Eat Chef’s Omelletes, Seasonal Fruits, Carving Station, Salads, Desserts, and other Specialties.

    Registration is not required. Payment for brunch will be taken at the door.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 10:30am
    • Cost: $20
    • Location: Tavern in the Square,
      161 Brighton Ave, Allston
  • Marsh Chapel Interdenominational Service

    Marsh Chapel Interdenominational Service

    Worship here is a Protestant service of ordered worship, drawing on 2,000 years of Christian tradition, and aiming at the best liturgy, homily, and music that our current culture and practice can inspire. The preaching builds on a history of 50 years of proclamation, in a tradition of responsible Christian liberalism. We are trying to offer a non-fundamentalist service of the highest quality and caliber.

    Complimentary parking is available behind and in front of the chapel.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 11am – 12pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Marsh Chapel, 735 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    Ariel Freiberg: Unquenchable Thirst Exhibition

    CFA’04 alumna Ariel Freiberg’s Unquenchable Thirst confronts idealized representations of femininity and female identity. In her lush and sensuous canvases, Freiberg depicts fragments of women’s faces that appear to blend into or emerge out of abstractly painted veils. Through shards or tears of paint emerge different facial expressions that become signifiers of constructed feminine beauty. Her paintings hesitate, creating tension between that which is depicted and what remains unseen.

    • Date: Thursday, September 24 – Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 12pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Sherman Gallery, 2nd Floor, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
  • Catholic Mass at Marsh Chapel

    Catholic Mass at Marsh Chapel

    Complimentary parking is available behind and in front of the chapel.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 12:30pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Marsh Chapel, 735 Commonwealth Ave
  • BU at the Ballpark: Red Sox vs Orioles

    BU at the Ballpark: Red Sox vs Orioles

    Join fellow BU alumni for a day at Fenway! Watch as the Red Sox take on the Orioles from the Alumni Weekend seats in the first rows of the right field grandstand.

    Game time subject to change.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 1pm
    • Cost: $30
    • Location: Fenway Park, 4 Yawkey Way
  • Jewish Studies Workshops

    Jewish Studies Workshops

    Join the Jewish Studies faculty for an afternoon of workshops at the Elie Wiesel Center. Feel free to attend all four sessions, or just stop by for one presentation and enjoy refreshments with fellow alumni. New Arts & Sciences Dean Ann Cudd will be in attendance to introduce the 4 pm session.

    1pm, Room JSC 202: Simon Rabinovitch
    “What Makes Israel a Jewish State?”

    Is Israel having an identity crisis, and if so, can it be solved using the law? In this session we will look for answers to these and other questions in the texts (and context) of recent draft laws defining Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people and some of the public responses that followed.

    2pm, Room JSC 201: Diana Lobel
    “How Can We Pray? Poetry of Solomon Ibn Gabirol on the Paradox of Prayer”

    How can finite human beings communicate with a God who is infinite? Is God only distant and transcendent, or is there an aspect of God we can find in our own experience? Solomon Ibn Gabirol explores these questions in poignant Hebrew poetry from the Golden Age of Muslim Spain. No knowledge of Hebrew necessary; poetry will be available in both Hebrew and several English translations.

    3pm, Room JSC 202: Pnina Lahav
    “Benjamin Zivotofksy, Jerusalem Born, American Citizen”

    The Congress of the United States passed a law instructing the state department to register “Israel” on the passport of American citizens born in Jerusalem. The state department objected. In June 2015, the Supreme Court held that the passport law is unconstitutional. In this presentation I shall lead a discussion about: What is at stake? What does it mean about Israel’s claim that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and shall always be united under Israel’s flag? What precisely did the Supreme Court hold, and why?

    4pm, Room JSC 201: Michael Grodin, Erin Miller, Danielle Asbel, Johnathan Kelly, and Elana Axler
    “Spiritual Resistance and Rabbinic Responsa from the Ghettos and Camps during the Holocaust”

    *Introduction by Ann Cudd, Dean of Arts & Sciences

    This workshop will give an introduction to Rabbinic Responsa during the Holocaust as well as give a foundation of the setting and circumstances in which Rabbis made difficult decisions regarding Jewish law. The workshop will serve as an experiential lesson challenging the participants to grapple with original questions and sources themselves.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 1pm – 5pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies, 147 Bay State Rd.
  • BU Men’s Soccer vs Bucknell

    BU Men’s Soccer vs Bucknell

    Head over to Nickerson Field to cheer on the Terriers as they take on Bucknell.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 2pm – 4pm
    • Cost: $2
    • Location: Nickerson Field,
      285 Babcock St.
  • Menino Scholars Alumni Reception

    Menino Scholars Alumni Reception

    Join us for a cocktail reception for Menino Scholars alumni (formerly Boston High School Scholars and renamed Menino Scholars in 2013). Menino Scholars are Boston Public High School graduates who were awarded a four-year full-tuition merit scholarship to attend Boston University. Established in 1973, the scholarship program is the oldest and largest private scholarship program of its kind in the United States.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 2pm – 4pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Dean Elmore’s Home,
      24 Cottage Farm Road, Brookline
  • Champion For Human Rights: The Life and Work of Elie Wiesel, a major exhibition opening

    'Champion For Human Rights: The Life and Work of Elie Wiesel,' A Major Exhibition Opening

    The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center welcomes you to a reception and exhibition opening celebrating the life and work of author, activist, and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, whose papers are housed at Boston University. Internationally known for Night, his 1960 work detailing his experiences as an inmate of Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps during World War II, Wiesel has devoted a lifetime to raising awareness of the Holocaust and championing human rights causes across the globe. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986, and soon thereafter established the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, an organization devoted to fostering international dialogue in service of humanitarian causes. Elie Wiesel is Professor Emeritus at Boston University, where he has held the Andrew W. Mellon Professorship in Humanities since 1976. For more information on Prof. Wiesel and his archive, please see The Elie Wiesel Archive.

    • Date: Sunday, September 27
    • Time: 3pm – 6pm
    • Cost: Complimentary
    • Location: Howard Gotlieb Memorial Gallery, Mugar Memorial Library, 771 Commonwealth Ave.

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