Junior faculty arrive at Boston University full of ambition and with a head full of ideas, but they often have relatively little money for research. So being awarded a Peter Paul Career Development Professorship can feel like winning the lottery; winners receive an annual stipend of $40,000 for three years to pursue their research interests. […]
BU Today writer Amy Laskowski takes us behind the scenes at BU’s newest food truck: Fàn Boy, where she got a quick lesson in preparing and serving the truck’s Asian-inspired tacos, loaded fries, and rice bowls.
The current policy conversation about redrawing the Middle East map ignores a long-term problem that must be part of the solution: Iraqi and Syrian refugees. As nearly three million Syrian refugees have sought assistance from the United Nations in neighboring states and more than one million Iraqis have fled this year, the international community must […]
Sandro Galea, an internationally respected physician and epidemiologist known for his research linking health to such social disadvantages as poverty and lack of education, has been appointed the new dean of the School of Public Health. Galea, currently the Anna Cheskis Gelman and Murray Charles Gelman Professor and chair of the department of epidemiology at […]
College is a huge move, and I’m not talking about just the distance, although I did trek all the way from California. I’m talking about the growth you will experience in character and lifestyle. Recently, I noticed BU tweeted out a question to upperclassmen, asking them to name three things they wish they had brought […]