• C. Daryl Healea (STH’01, Wheelock’11)

    C. Daryl Healea (STH’01, Wheelock’11) is the College of Arts & Sciences assistant dean for curriculum and enrollment services and a Wheelock College of Education & Human Development lecturer in the Higher Education Administration program. He is currently writing his first book, Daniel L. Marsh and the Spectacular Development of Boston University. His summer course, The History of Boston University, will explore (remotely) the historical saga of BU and its implications for the professional practice of higher education administration. Profile

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There is 1 comment on From the Great Boston Fire to the Depression to Coronavirus: A Short History of BU’s Biggest Campus Disruptions

  1. Thank you for sharing an informative overview of Boston University’s historical resilience in the wake of tragic disruptions. I trust our current university leadership will draw strength from their predecessors while keeping their eye on the healthiest steps forward through this current pandemic.

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