Boston University Federal Relations advocates on behalf of BU’s priorities as the federal government considers policies affecting research universities, including support for student financial aid, scientific research, and the humanities.
Boston University is built on the energy and drive of its people. The 2012 Annual Report is all about capturing the dynamic quality that permeates every classroom, lab, and building on campus.
Kilachand Honors College sets out to reinvent liberal education for the 21st century by combining traditional ideals with contemporary approaches. The program integrates the arts, sciences, and professions in novel ways and provides special opportunities for research, creation, and invention.
Boston University Medical Campus (BUMC), located in the historic South End of Boston, comprises the Boston University School of Medicine, the School of Public Health, the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, and the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences of the School of Medicine. Boston Medical Center is the primary teaching affiliate of the School of Medicine.
The Department of Earth & Environment is the nexus of research, education, and outreach related to Planet Earth at Boston University.
For more than 40 years, the Institute for Philosophy & Religion (IPR) has been a unique interdisciplinary forum for the exploration of issues at the intersection of philosophy, religion, and public life.
The Center for Career Development’s online resources and seasoned staff can help you navigate all aspects of career development—from exploring majors and careers to networking, internships, graduate study, and so much more—plus show you how they all tie together. They also offer a wide range of career-related events just for BU students and alumni, and they’ve partnered with employers from all sectors looking to recruit from the BU community.
The National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) is part of a national network of secure facilities studying infectious diseases that are—or have the potential to become—major public health concerns.
BU Libraries house more than 2.4 million physical volumes, over 45,000 current unique serials, and 77,000 media titles. We provide research tools and services that include library tutorials, library instruction from research basics to graduate-level classes, reference services in all our major libraries, access to digital resources, specialist consultations, and librarian-created guides with curated resource