Collegian Fall 2010
- Meaningful Work In her 30 years at CGS, Dean Linda Wells has helped scores of students shape their careers and lives.
- The Ultimate Team Twin brothers bring a lifetime of teamwork to Terrier crew. slideshow
- Reaching Out to Refugees Longtime journalist Richard Chacón (CGS’86, COM’88) now leads government efforts to help refugees and immigrants acclimate to life in Massachusetts.
|News Briefs||Class Notes|
|Fifth-Floor Classrooms Get a Facelift The College completes yet another summer renovation.||When Pipi Sendowski (CGS’08, CAS’10), far right, graduated from BU last spring, she completed a family tradition, joining all of her siblings—Oren (CGS’00, Questrom’02), Orlee (CGS’02, SHA’04, CAS’05), and Dara (CGS’04, CAS’06)—as proud CGS and BU alumni. All four Sendowski siblings now live and work in New York. Read all Class Notes|
|Two Weeks in China CGS students visit Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and more.|
|From the BU Community|
|Five Ways to Get Therefrom Bostonia BU alums—including Great Point Energy cofounder Avi Goldberg (CGS’96, CAS’98)—hope to make the world a greener place.
New England Without Fall Foliagefrom BU Today CGS Associate Professor Adam Sweeting’s book will tackle climate change and Yankee identity.
Football Returns, Unofficiallyfrom BU Today Quarterback Joe Tiano (CGS’11) led the Boston Terriers Football Club in its first home game.
New Trustees, Overseers Announcedfrom Bostonia Thomas M. Bowers (CGS’84, Questrom’86, LAW’89, ’91), head of Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management for the Americas, is among BU’s recently elected overseers.
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|Upcoming Alumni Events|
|Are Americans God’s Chosen People? October 27 Bestselling authors and BU professors Andrew Bacevich and Stephen Prothero discuss the role of religious ideas in U.S. public policy.
CGS Distinguished Alumni Awards Reception October 29 Join classmates and Dean Linda Wells in honoring an alumnus who has accomplished distinction in profession, service to Alma Mater, or community leadership.
Poetry Reading November 4 Award-winning Irish poet Vona Groarke comes to CGS’s Katzenberger Center.