Highlights from Commencement 2014
Hear the MET Commencement Address offered by BU Professor Andrew Bacevich, view photos and videos, and see who won awards at this year’s graduation ceremony.
Profile: Commencement Speaker Andrew Bacevich
College of Arts & Sciences Professor Andrew Bacevich addresses MET graduates, and answers some questions for Metropolitan.
Part-Time Faculty Awards
Meet Boston Police Commissioner William Evans and MET Lecturer Scot Arena—and read an exclusive Q&A with both award recipients.
Also in this issue…
Message from the Dean ad interim Tanya Zlateva
Dean Zlateva offers congratulations to those who graduated in May, and reflects on MET’s mission to educate leaders in industry.
Accolades for BU Online Programs
Two online courses, two awards: the 2014 USDLA Best Practices Platinum Award and Blackboard’s Catalyst Award, Director’s Choice for Courses with Distinction.
The Big Deal about Big Data
The data revolution is here—and new MET programs are preparing students to lead the charge. Also, read about the MET/IBM 2014 Data Analytics Symposium.
Bringing Worlds Together
Find out how, through global educational partnerships, MET International serves a unique purpose and brings worlds together. Online exclusive—Q&A with students from partner institutions.
Project Management in Practice Conference
Co-sponsored by MET and PMI® Mass Bay Chapter, the 2014 Project Management in Practice Conference focused on “Women in Project Management.”
Twenty-Five Years of Culinary Arts at MET
The Certificate Program in Culinary Arts celebrated twenty‐five years with two banquets prepared by program chefs. Online exclusive—see what was on the menu.
Catching up with the Chadwick Fellows
What projects are this year’s Chadwick Fellowship recipients planning? Online exclusive—Q&A on outcomes from last year’s recipients.
MET around Town
Read a Q&A with three local MET graduates and—if you live in the Boston area—submit your own answers to our questions…
Alumni Events & Class Notes
See photos from select MET alumni events, and look at class notes submitted by alumni. Have news to share? Submit your own class note.
MET Academic News
Read highlights of recent faculty and staff honors, grants, presentations, and publications (January–June 2014).
We recognize those who have supported MET’s pursuit of excellence through their generous contributions.