Water is Cape Cod’s lifeblood, its raison d’être—and its Achilles’ heel. It also shaped the career of epidemiologist Ann Aschengrau, who studied Cape residents that were exposed, sometimes for years, to a neurotoxin and probable carcinogen in their drinking water. View full BU Research article on expert Aschengrau here.
London Business School Blog Caroline Flammer, Questrom School of Business Executive compensation is fixed and needs reform. But, most of the calls for reform focus on the wrong dimensions… View full article on Flammer’s research here
The Wall Street Journal Jessica Stern, Pardee School of Global Studies, College of Arts & Sciences Three violent attacks over the weekend that left almost 40 people injured remained shrouded in questions, but together they fueled growing fears among authorities about terror assaults by small groups, lone wolves or simply deranged individuals. Expert quote: “The […]
Reuters Kevin Outterson, School of Law On April 5, 2012, a criminal investigator from the Food and Drug Administration named Robert West charged into an oncology clinic in Greenville, Tennessee. Expert quote “You would hope they would focus on people endangering the public health.” View full article
PhysOrg Douglas Kriner, College of Arts & Sciences In today’s wars, Americans who die or are wounded in battle are disproportionately coming from poorer parts of the country, according to a new study released this week… Expert quote: “Neither Democrats nor Republicans are willing to confront this deep social divide.” View full article
The Boston Globe Deborah Jaramillo, College of Communication We have just a few months left with Pivot, sometimes known as the Joseph Gordon-Levitt channel, the “Friday Night Lights” channel, or “that channel with all of the sad commercials about abused dogs”… Expert quote: Jaramillo says Pivot may have been too specific with its mission, just […]
100 years ago this week, the National Park Service was born. First intended to preserve our county’s natural scenery and protect it from capitalism, the NPS has since evolved to do even more. American & New England Studies expert Ian Stevenson takes a look at the organization’s past, present, and future in a blog post.
After nearly 5 years of space travel, NASA’s spacecraft Juno will finally enter Jupiter’s orbit on Monday, July 4. Several Boston University faculty and research scientists are available to comment, one of whom was directly involved with a joint project with the Hubble Space Telescope and Juno. Experts available: John Clarke is a professor of astronomy […]
Science Daily Abdulmaged Traish, School of Medicine In an effort to address widespread concerns related to testosterone deficiency (TD) and its treatment with testosterone therapy, a group of international experts has developed a set of resolutions and conclusions to provide clarity for physicians and patients… Expert quote: “The medical and scientific communities are still largely […]
Boston University Awards Full-Tuition Medeiros Scholarships to 10 Archdiocesan High School Graduates
For Immediate Release: June 17, 2016 Contact: Margaret Waterman, 617-353-2240, email@example.com Boston University Awards Full-Tuition Medeiros Scholarships to 10 Archdiocesan High School Graduates (Boston) — Boston University (BU) awarded ten students among the graduating seniors of the parochial high schools in the Archdiocese of Boston four-year, full-tuition scholarships through the Cardinal Medeiros Scholarship Program at a May […]