Category: Events

Hockey Team Keeps MET Torch Alive at PyeongChang Olympics

February 9th, 2018 in Alumni News, BU Today Features, Events, Featured News Post, MET News

Hockey Team Keeps MET Torch Alive at PyeongChang Olympics

Boston University’s Metropolitan College is well represented at this year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, as hockey defenseman Matt Gilroy (MET’09) is suiting up for Team USA.

Gilroy, who earned his Bachelor of Science in Management Studies at MET, earned the 2009 Hobey Baker Award as the best player in college hockey after leading the Terriers to the 2008–2009 NCAA championship, and was named to the BU Athletic Hall of Fame last summer.

Read more about Team USA’s BU connections in BU Today.

MET Alum Leads Facebook’s New Boston Initiative

December 18th, 2017 in Alumni News, Computer Science and Information Technology, Events, MET News, Programs

MET Alum Leads Facebook’s New Boston Initiative

Metropolitan College takes pride in connecting motivated learners with developing opportunities in the professional realm. This was never better evidenced than when Boston University hosted the Boston launch of Developer Circles from Facebook, a community-driven initiative from the social media giant, which brought together regional coders and developers to learn, network, and knowledge-share. The free and open forum discussion was led by Nick Pinheiro (MET’09, MET’12), who earned his computer information systems master’s here at MET and is today a recognized authority on Facebook and Microsoft (Cloud) platform integration.

Browse a gallery of photos from the September event below.

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World’s Project Managers Visit BU for Research Conference

June 15th, 2017 in Events, Faculty News, Featured News Post, MET News, Press Releases, Programs, Project Management, Roger Warburton, Steve Leybourne, Vijay Kanabar

World’s Project Managers Visit BU for Research Conference

This week, Boston University welcomes project managers from all over the planet as this year’s host of the International Research Network on Organizing by Projects (IRNOP) conference. Taking place from June 11–14 on the University’s Charles River Campus, this year’s conference focuses on “The Modern Project: Mindsets, Toolsets, and Theoretical Frameworks.”

Organized by MET Director of Project Management Programs Dr. Vijay Kanabar, Academic Coordinator for Project Management Programs Dr. Stephen Leybourne, and Faculty Coordinator for Online Master of Science Programs in Management Dr. Roger D. H. Warburton, the conference is sponsored by Metropolitan College, the International Project Management Association (IPMA®), and the Project Management Institute (PMI®).

The PMI® Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs accredits the MET Master of Science in Project Management degree. Read more here.

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MET Night is Friday, January 27 at Agganis Arena

January 18th, 2017 in Alumni News, Announcements, Events, Faculty News, MET News

MET Night is Friday, January 27 at Agganis Arena
Join us as the BU Terriers take on the Merrimack Warriors.
5 p.m. / Pre-game Reception – Friends of Hockey Lounge
7:30 p.m. / Men’s Ice Hockey

Corrections Expert Joins Community Effort to Reduce Racial Disparities

October 25th, 2016 in Criminal Justice, Danielle Rousseau, Events, Faculty News, MET News

Corrections Expert Joins Community Effort to Reduce Racial Disparities

Dr. Danielle Rousseau, a Metropolitan College Criminal Justice professor and faculty coordinator of the Boston University Prison Education Program, will give a presentation on how the BU community can affect change in bringing greater harmony and equality to vulnerable populations, close achievement gaps, and promote positive social growth in the region.

The Reducing Disparities and Promoting Well-Being in Boston: The Role of the BU Community event is part of the Boston University Initiative on CitiesReducing Disparities series, which seeks to address racial inequities and explore the positive role the University can play in the surrounding community.

Learn more about the event—held Wednesday, October 26, at Questrom School of Business—on their website, and register to attend.

City Planning & Urban Affairs Scholars Join City’s ‘Imagine Boston 2030’ Discussion

June 1st, 2016 in Academic Events, City Planning & Urban Affairs, Madhu Dutta-Koehler, MET News

City Planning & Urban Affairs Scholars Join City’s ‘Imagine Boston 2030’ Discussion

“Imagine Boston 2030”—the City of Boston’s first comprehensive, city-wide planning project in more than 50 years—is a campaign that evidences the vital roles City Planning & Urban Affairs play in preparing for the future. To mark its kickoff, Boston University’s Initiative on Cities held a “Sharing Visions, Shaping Cities” seminar. The panel was moderated by City Planning & Urban Affairs Program Coordinator Madhu Dutta-Koehler, who was joined by scholars, entrepreneurs, journalists, the executive director of Imagine Boston 2030, and others to discuss the challenges and opportunities on the city’s horizon, and the benefits of community-oriented cooperation.

MET to Host Global Cybersecurity Meet-Up

March 8th, 2016 in Academic Events, Administrative Sciences, Criminal Justice, Ginny Greiman, MET News, Press Releases, Risk Management, Tanya Zlateva

MET to Host Global Cybersecurity Meet-Up

Information security has become a principal strategic concern of governments around the world, and with leading graduate programs in cybercrime investigation and cybersecurity offered at MET, BU has been selected to host the 11th International Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security. The conference, which unites academics, specialists, and officials from around the globe, will be held March 17-18, and chaired by MET Dean Tanya Zlateva, with Professor Virginia Greiman of the Department of Administrative Sciences serving as program chair.

Read the full press release

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Faculty Paper Accepted for Publication

January 7th, 2016 in Administrative Sciences, Canan Gunes Corlu, Events, Faculty News, MET News

Faculty Paper Accepted for Publication

“Subset Selection for Simulations Accounting for Input Uncertainty,” a paper by Assistant Professor of Administrative Sciences Canan Gunes Corlu (who also serves as faculty coordinator for MET’s applied business analytics programs), was accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference. During the conference, which took place in Huntington Beach, Calif., Professor Corlu chaired the session on Accounting for Input Uncertainty in Stochastic Simulations.

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Shedding Light on Darknet Risks

July 6th, 2015 in Criminal Justice, Events, Faculty News, MET News, Programs

Shedding Light on Darknet Risks

Adjunct Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Kyung-shick Choi (MET’02) addressed the 2015 International Symposium on Cyber Crime Response in Seoul, South Korea, on June 9. His topic was “New Challenges for Law Enforcement: The Prevalence of ‘Darknet’ Marketplaces and Synthetic Drug Abuse.”

Read more about Dr. Choi and MET’s cybercrime/cybersecurity curriculum.

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MET Faculty and Leaders Host Global Gathering on Computer Science Education

June 9th, 2015 in Computer Science and Information Technology, Events, Faculty News, MET News, Programs

 MET Faculty and Leaders Host Global Gathering on Computer Science Education

The Charles River Campus was the site for the eleventh annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science, which ran from June 4 to 7 and was co-sponsored by BU. Metropolitan College’s deans and Computer Science faculty were well-represented on the program and in the planning.

See the agenda and other details »

Source: CSECS.org 06.15

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