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Assistant Professor of History Brooke Blower challenges Americans’ notion of ourselves as “innocents abroad" in the 1920s.
BU's Center for Polymer Studies received a major three-year grant to provide opportunities for disadvantaged high school students to engage in year-round cutting-edge science research and industry internships.
As the final exam crunch-time hits, some first-year students are breathing easier thanks to a new collaboration between CAS and the Educational Resource Center (ERC).
Sven Birkerts, editor of the AGNI Review, has been elected as a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Birkerts has been editor of AGNI, which is affiliated with the CAS Creative Writing Program, since July 2002.
The MFA program will incorporate its playwrights into a vibrant community of artists and ready them for lives in both the professional theatre and in academia.
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation honored two CAS professors this month with coveted fellowships for their outstanding achievements.
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), or primary cancer of the liver, is the fifth most common cancer worldwide. Despite the prevalence of this disease, until now there has been no effective, systemic treatment. Thanks to a team of CAS researchers, that may be about to change.