The scramble to control the rare elements powering the modern worldRead More
London-based QS recently released their World University Rankings, and BU climbed eight spots this year to number 81.
Average starting salary for 2016 grads with internship experience
Amber Navarre's creative use of everyday technology to make her classes more efficient landed her the prestigious Gitner Award.
Graduate student Samuel Palfreyman examines the broad impact that surfing has had on American culture.
Martha Tompson conducts the largest clinical trial ever to examine a non-medical treatment for children with depressive disorders.
Diane Thompson explores how finely laminated sediments in the Galápagos provide a record of El Niño events and climate variability.
The Poverty of Privacy Rights Book Symposium
As the new academic year begins, we are pleased to announce the naming of three of our faculty members to […]
Race, Politics, and Social Media: A Symposium
The late emeritus professor of physics is remembered as "a very thoughtful and caring mentor."
"Intimacy amid Cold War: The Pen-friendships of Soviet and American Women"
The award will help her develop a transformative model for graduate education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
An education in the arts and sciences—of the broad plus deep, “t-shaped” sort that we provide our students in the College of Arts & Sciences at Boston University–trains students to frame experience through theoretical, disciplinary lenses, to interpret and evaluate the sources and meaning of evidence, and to appreciate the lessons taught by history and… More