Jake Sullivan is BU’s new vice president for government and community affairs He will be BU’s chief liaison with the city of Boston, the town of Brookline, and the commonwealth of Massachusetts Sullivan replaces 30-year BU veteran Robert “Skinner” Donahue, who is retiring Few people have a better understanding of how Boston’s City Hall works […]
Searching for a place to discuss the latest space news, take photos of distant astronomical objects, watch episodes of Star Trek and Cosmos, or engage in the occasional lightsaber duel? The BU Astronomical Society (BUAS) is the club you’re looking for. Comprising a small but dedicated group of space-loving students, the club, which is affiliated with […]
Are you finding it challenging to maintain a proper work-life balance? Want to learn better ways to communicate with coworkers or develop new strategies for professional development? A new program, Choose to Learn Live, featuring industry experts and BU faculty, can help. Sponsored by Human Resources Organizational Development and Learning (ODL) team, the program aims to […]
Science, which is supposed to investigate the entirety of the physical and natural world, is missing something. So is engineering. A 2017 National Science Foundation report finds that blacks, Hispanics, women, and people with disabilities are underrepresented in the science and engineering workforce. Listen to the stories of three of them at BU.
Michael Hasselmo, a College of Arts & Sciences professor of psychological and brain sciences, who is known for his pioneering research into memory as well as for his leadership in bringing together neuroscientists from multiple disciplines, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. “It’s a great honor to be part of […]