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One of my greatest pleasures as Dean is meeting our former students and hearing about how their liberal education in the arts and sciences shaped and continues to inform their lives and careers.
Ryan’s early gifts to BU went to the Area of Greatest Needs Fund; today, she designates her gifts to CAS.
Ray Fisman is using the lens of social psychology to explore better models of human and market behavior.
The day before classes begin, we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr., Day with a keynote speech by Juan Felipe Herrera, the Poet Laureate of the United States. The work of these two men suggests three themes that I want to briefly consider: inclusion, diversity, and the power of words.
Jillian Jaeger wants to understand better how immigrants vote and make it into elected office.
Raymond Fisman will bring an eclectic approach as the first Slater Family Professor in Behavioral Economics.
This year, eight GRS students and eight CAS alumni were among the 2,000 winners of National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships.
CAS Alumna Marta Marello and Professor Robert Kaufmann are working with BU's Sustainable Neighborhood Labs to improve energy efficiency for urban housing.
For Lesueur, “philanthropy” is another word for “gratitude.”
The trip, Experience: Space Beyond Earth, was the first in a new series of intensive educational programs offered by the BU Alumni Association. The programs aim to provide alums with access to BU sites and professors and their work worldwide.