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Thanks to the Department of Classical Studies, BU students spent the summer in learning about Greek culture and its history.
On Wednesday, April 6, Boston University held its third annual Giving Day, a 24-hour fundraising event to support BU’s Annual Fund. Members of the CAS community helped raise more than $110,000 for the College—$34,107 of which came from faculty and staff.
As Linguistics emerges as an autonomous program, CAS News spoke with the program’s director, Professor Carol Neidle, to get a deeper look at how BU Linguistics is growing, and the impact it is having within the field.
For the first time in CAS history, the departments of chemistry and biology, along with the neuroscience program, are offering a fully integrated two-semester lab sequence for first- and second-year science majors.
In the 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) placed the BU departments of Economics and Psychology among the world’s top 50 programs within their disciplines.
CAS is already offering an impressive number of high quality academic opportunities to our students, but how can we do better?
On August 1, Dr. Ann Cudd took over as the new Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, which means that Virginia Sapiro has passed the torch after eight years leading the College. As she begins her well-earned sabbatical, Gina bequeaths a CAS that is very different from how she found it.
BU's undergraduate Mock Mediation Team reached the semi-finals at the 2015 International Law School Mediation Championships.
An accomplished scholar and teacher, Dr. Cudd currently serves as Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies and University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kansas. She will begin as Dean on August 1.
The Departments of Economics and Philosophy placed in the world’s top 40 within their disciplines.