Most sculptors want their work seen, appreciated, and admired, but Kaylee Dougherty hopes hers aren’t noticed. Meet sculpture major and anaplastologist Dougherty (CFA’11), who makes facial prosthetic devices, such as eyes, noses, and ears, for people who’ve lost them to cancer or accidents or who were born without them.
At 10:30 on a recent late winter night, most students were huddled inside, but nearly two dozen women could be seen running sprints on Nickerson Field, the 20-degree temperature and 18 mph winds cut by laughter and heavy breathing. The mood was festive despite the frosty conditions, as members of the BU women’s soccer club […]
In our series “Jump-start Your Job Search,” BU Today brings you short interviews with BU alums who are leaders in their fields, such as banking, advertising, tech start-ups, journalism, or nonprofit organizations. They talk about how they got to be where they are and what they’ve learned from their mistakes. They tell us what they look for […]
When it comes to academics and innovative leadership, Maureen O’Rourke, dean of the School of Law, is anything but frivolous. The National Jurist, a trade magazine focusing on legal education, recently included O’Rourke on its annual list of the 25 most influential people in legal education. And she has won numerous accolades for her oversight […]
With the release of 2018 U.S. News & World Report rankings of the best graduate schools this week, Boston University has seen some significant improvements in some fields and continues to fare well in others. Among BU’s professional schools, the School of Education has moved up 9 notches, to 36th in the country. SED was […]