And Other Mysteries From The Gotlieb Archives
The new, 17-floor BU Data Sciences Center will be the hub for data and computer sciences on campus.
Arts & Science Majors
Wilfred Labiosa (CGS’91, CAS’93) cofounded Waves Ahead, a support group for marginalized Puerto Ricans, including the LGBTQ, senior, and homeless communities.
The BU community reflects on the civil rights leader’s legacy.
In August, the American Chemical Society (ACS) named Associate Professor of Chemistry Malika Jeffries-EL an ACS Fellow.
Two Boston University researchers explain how these fungi help fight climate change.
A study from a recent graduate challenges how we think of ancient Mayan women.
Precolonial Ethnic Violence: The Case of Hindu-Muslim Conflict in India
Frederick S. Pardee (Questrom ’54, Hon. ’06) recently donated $25 million to the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies.
Carmen Yulín Cruz (CAS’84), mayor of San Juan, P.R., made the magazine's annual list.
Walter Rodney Lecture Series: Kenda Mutongi, "Reading Under the Covers: A History of Schooling in Kenya"
Andres Vargas (CAS ’15) is first the Latino elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives from his district.
It’s with great excitement that I announce the formation of the Department of Linguistics. The study of linguistics has been part of CAS in various forms since the early 1980s, with the launch of the linguistics minor in 1986, followed by the major in 1991. BU Linguistics also recently launched new MA and Ph.D. programs. The… More
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