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    Art Janke

    Art Jahnke began his career at the Real Paper, a Boston area alternative weekly. He has worked as a writer and editor at Boston Magazine, web editorial director at CXO Media, and executive editor in Marketing & Communications at Boston University, where his work was honored with many awards. Profile

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There are 12 comments on BU Expands Hybrid/Simultaneous Graduate Program Offerings for Fall

  1. Hi,
    how can we know which courses will be offered in this hybrid format?
    Can you also specify what is going to happen to discussion sections?


  2. Hi, what about PHD Bioinformatics students ? Will the hybrid technology be offered to them plus their grad seminar presentations they have to attend every Wednesday?

  3. If you open the in person classes this fall, I will WITHDRAW from BU because you obviously don’t care about the students’ health and safety! Look at Harvard Iniveristy! They made a GOOD decision by keeping it closed and run the remote learning! Do something good for once!

    1. Harvard Medical is the only school within the university that is online for the fall 2020 semester. The university has not yet announced a plan for the other schools as far as online learning, so as of now the rest of the school is opening as planned.

  4. Hi! What about classes with a heavy focus on labs or practicals (specifically referencing the MEng biomedical program). When should we expect to hear about how that will look?

  5. Hi!

    When should we anticipate to hear details, particularly for lab-intensive programs (I am speaking particularly to the biomedical engineering masters program). As it has a clinical component, how can a hybrid style offering be the same? Thank you.

  6. i think BU should provide online learning this Fall. What is the rush? It should be about the health and safety of everyone.

    We are still having an increased case of COVID19.


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