The summer after her graduation, Dianne Dyslin (CAS’82) went on a once-in-a-lifetime tour of Europe—thanks to a BU travel fund. […]
They’re often the most powerful, meaningful words college students commit to paper. And they won’t even earn them a grade […]
Ilana Gauss likes to say that she minored in Hillel at BU. It was at BU Hillel that the marine […]
Hideo Itabashi (CAS’49, MED’54) was a quiet, philosophical man with a “keen and critical mind,” according to his friend Charles […]
For Laszlo Beres (CAS’67), the road to Boston University was an exceptionally long one—stretching all the way from his hometown […]
If you had to name the one professor who had the biggest impact on your life, who would you pick? […]
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.
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.