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A series of recent publications by CAS Earth & Environment researchers have focused on the field of garnet geochronology. The findings in this area were made possible by the National Science Foundation-funded BU-TIMS research facility.
Physics major Kelsey Bilsback, an intern at the CERN Laboratory in Geneva, finds herself among physicists from around the world flying high after CERN’s confirmation July 4 of evidence of a new subatomic particle that could dramatically advance our understanding of the universe.
On June 5, Venus will make one of its rare transits across the surface of the sun. The Boston University Astronomy Department and BU Center for Space Research will host an event to allow as many visitors as possible a safe glimpse of this event.
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.
With its guaranteed anonymity and slam-book style candor, RateMyProfessor.com is viewed by some faculty with trepidation. Marisa Milanese, a College of Arts & Sciences Writing Program senior lecturer, can breathe easy on that account.
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).
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.
CAS student researchers and their faculty advisors won three out of a total of four poster prizes in a field of about 170 contestants at this year’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Symposium.
A team of Computer Science students from the BUILDS program placed in the top ten out of 74 teams in the first round of the CSAW Capture The Flag Cybersecurity Competition.
Two members of the Boston University Debate Society, Greg Meyer (CAS’11) and Alex Taubes (CAS’11) won the American Parliamentary Debate Association (APDA) National Championship.