Category: Students

DPT Students Volunteer at Greater Boston Food Bank

As part of their Orientation, Sargent College Doctor of Physical Therapy students participated in a Day of Service. They offered a helping hand at several agencies throughout the city including The Greater Boston Food Bank where students helped sort and pack food for hungry families across Eastern Massachusetts.

Sargent Brings Together Clinical Supervisors Across Disciplines

Focus on Enhancing Skills to Lead, Engage, and Mentor Students On April 27, more than 125 preceptors, fieldwork and clinical supervisors from across New England came together for an interdisciplinary event hosted by Sargent College. The workshop, “Having Difficult Conversations,” welcomed clinical site supervisors from a variety of Sargent academic programs — speech-language pathology, physical […]

2019 Meredith E. Drench Lecture

“Start Here: Getting Real About Social Determinants of Health” Presented by Dr. Donald Berwick, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Watch the Lecture About the speaker Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, FRCP, is president emeritus and senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, which he co-founded and led for […]

Meet Doctor of Occupational Therapy Student Jack Norcross (Sargent ’19)

Why Sargent College Beginning the entry-level occupational therapy doctorate program at Boston University was such a great decision for my life and my career. I have met wonderful people all from different places who bring with them intellectually diverse perspectives. I feel comfortable meeting with professors to talk about anything, and I know they care […]

2019 Service Learning in Guatemala: Now Accepting Applications

Application Deadline: November 16, 2018 The Sargent Service Learning Program offers Sargent students a unique opportunity to participate in faculty led, interdisciplinary, service learning experiences. Mesoamerica is the homeland of many of the world’s “superfoods” including chia, flax and cacao. It is the native home of many of the modern world’s staple foods such as […]

Behavior & Health Students Accepted to Scarlet Key Honor Society

Behavior & Health seniors Jackie Wilson and Olivia Ferris have been selected to receive BU’s prestigious Scarlet Key honor. For 80 years, the Scarlet Key Honor Society has been the highest honor awarded to Boston University student leaders. Inductees are students in their senior year who have exhibited exceptional leadership among their peers during their […]

Graduate Nutrition Programs Virtual Open House

Interested in learning more about Boston University’s Graduate Nutrition Programs? Our virtual open houses will cover the application process, program curriculum, and diverse clinical education opportunities. RSVP Questions? Contact Diane Wadman at To RSVP to an Information Sessions use our online registration form.