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What’s that going on in Andrew Duffy’s class? Is it a NASCAR demonstration? (Duffy’s been known to crash model cars for his students’ enlightenment.) No. It is the kind of innovative teaching that won Duffy the Metcalf Cup and Prize, the University’s top teaching award.
With its many writers from CAS, the BU Culture Shock blog was recently named by BostonInno as one of Boston’s college-related blogs you need to be following right now.
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.
The change reflects the Center’s determination to be more than a silent source of funding.
BU overseer Kenneth Slater and his family have endowed a College of Arts & Sciences chair in behavioral economics, a field that explores, among other things, the ways that players in the financial market make decisions.
CAS faculty who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, or queer gather to discuss the special experiences, opportunities and challenges they face.
The Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience is launching a new high school outreach program this semester thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Annual Report for 2009/10 highlights progress made across CAS and GRS during the year.
Boston University’s research doctoral programs have shown significant and widespread improvement over the past 15 years, according to an assessment released today by the National Research Council.
The ASC received a Foreign Language and Area Studies grant to provide scholarships for students of African languages, including for the first time three annual fellowships for undergraduates.