- A Home for Feminism & Activism at BUThe new Center for Gender, Sexuality, and Activism is thriving, thanks to contributions from CGS students.
- Major League Scholar Crunching numbers at Fenway Park, teaching sabermetrics, and coaching kids—and that’s when this CGS prof is off duty.
- Ask the Expert How can I make peace with a traditional—and loathsome—family recipe? Humorist and food columnist Elissa Altman (CGS’83, CAS’85) has the answer.
|News Briefs||Class Notes|
|CGS Launches Its First Academic Center The Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning will increase CGS’s visibility and strengthen its reputation, says Dean Linda Wells.||
Sean Gilmore (CGS’79) recently moved to Hong Kong as vice president of Asian operations for Engis Corp. Read all Class Notes
|Thank You, Donors! Many alumni, parents, and friends donated to CGS during our last fiscal year, and we thank you for your generous support!|
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