Impactx2 Logo and Photo

Impact x2 Qais

Impactx2 Content

How can we work together to promote better cultural understanding worldwide?

Qais Akbar Omar (GRS’16), a graduate student in the Creative Writing Program, has published a much-praised memoir, A Fort of Nine Towers: An Afghan Family Story. He recalls how the violence and tumult of civil war jolted his family, who, despite losing relatives, their home, and possessions, continued to nurture his wish to attend a university.

Impactx2 Call to Action

With your help, students like Qais gain the skills they need to tell their story and give us a broader understanding of the world.

Will you support CAS?

Templeton Prize for Student Advising

2015

Lucy Hutyra
Department of Earth & Environment

Daniel Erker
Department of Romance Studies

Phillip Haberkern
Department of History


2014

Tereasa Brainerd
Department of Astronomy

Julian Go
Department of Sociology

Andrea Mercurio
Department of Psychology


2013

Paul Hall
Department of Earth & Environment

Randall Ellis
Department of Economics

Amanda Tarullo
Department of Psychology


2012

Dorothy Kelly
Department of Romance Studies

James Traniello
Department of Biology

Jeremy DeSilva
Department of Anthropology


2011

Keith Vincent
Department of Modern Languages & Comparative Literature

John Celenza
Department of Biology/Program in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Cheryl Knott
Department of Anthropology


2010

Binyomin Abrams
Department of Chemistry

John Celenza
Department of Biology

Zsuzsanna Várhelyi
Department of Classical Studies


2009

Paul Lipton
Center for Neuroscience

Katherine O’Connor
Department of Modern Languages & Comparative Literature

John Snyder
Department of Chemistry


2008

Carol Neidle
Department of Romance Studies

Carrie Preston
Department of English/Women’s Studies Program

Sean Elliott
Department of Chemistry


2007

Clifford Backman
Department of History

Kimberly McCall
Department of Biology

William Waters
Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures


2006

Vincent Dionne
Department of Biology

Sarah Frederick
Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures

Jonathan Ribner
Department of Art History


2005

Cathie Jo Martin
Department of Political Science

Christopher Martin
Department of English

Fred Wasserman
Department of Biology


2004

Kathleen Malley-Morrison
Department of Psychology

Leslie Kaufman
Department of Biology

Laura Korobkin
Department of English


2003

Stephanie Nelson
Department of Classical Studies/CAS Core Curriculum

Meers Oppenheim
Department of Astronomy

Edward Stern
Assistant Dean for Pre-Law Advising

Glen Zamansky
Assistant Dean for Pre-Medical Advising/Boston University School of Medicine


2002

Wayne Snyder
Department of Computer Science

Fred Kleiner
Department of Art History

Deborah Belle
Department of Psychology


2001

Roye Wates
Department of Music

Mary Erskine
Department of Biology

Arthur Hulnick
Department of International Relations


2000

Jodi Cranston
Department of Art History

Peter Yeager
Department of Sociology

Glen Richard Hall
Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Sheila Lynch
Academic Programs Administrator, Department of International Relations


1999

Richard Murray
Department of Earth Sciences

Kenneth Lapatin
Department of Art History

Richard Ely
Department of Psychology