WBUR by Sarah Madsen Hardy & Marisa Milanese, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “College acceptance letters have hit inboxes, and another crop of all-above-average kids has eagerly grabbed the brass ring…” View full article.
WBUR John Carroll, College of Communication We look at what happened in D.C. this week, including reaction to the U.S. military strike on Syria, following a deadly chemical weapons attack earlier this week… View full interview
WBUR Randi Rotjan, College of Arts and Sciences Warm waters continue to bleach coral along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in what scientists are calling the first-ever back-to-back bleaching event for the world’s largest coral reef… Listen to full interview
WBUR by Jacob Murray, School of Education “The recent budget woes at University of Massachusetts Boston may in part be due to mismanagement and fundraising shortfalls…” View full article.
WBUR Cognoscenti By Sandro Galea, School of Public Health The Trump administration’s plan to cut funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has drawn criticism from both Republicans and Democrats… View full article
WBUR Kevin Outterson, School of Law Our next guest is spearheading a new initiative to try to combat suberbugs — bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics… Listen to full audio
WBUR Richard Saitz, School of Public Health The middle-aged man in my exam room wasn’t an alcoholic… Expert quote: “In fact, the majority of people who screen positive for unhealthy alcohol use will not meet criteria for addiction, says Richard Saitz, chair of the Department of Community Health Sciences at the Boston University School of […]
WBUR Kevin Outterson, School of Law “The former co-owner of the New England Compounding Center, the pharmaceutical company at the center of a meningitis outbreak in 2012, has been found not guilty on the most serious charges in that trial but convicted of other charges…” Expert quote: “If a drug company is making [a drug], […]
WBUR Cognoscenti Karen Pita Loor, School of Law Amid the turmoil of Donald Trump’s early presidency, there is no doubt that noncitizens are in the administration’s crosshairs… View full article
WBUR George Annas, School of Law “Growing support for human gene-editing…” View full article.