9 May, 2020 at 11:36 AM
Through August 2020, Boston University has moved to remote teaching and learning, canceled on-campus activities, and minimized lab research activities. For more information, visit our COVID-19 website.
Being an older adult in America is a very unequal business, explains sociologist Deborah Carr.
Arts & Science Majors
CAS researchers, students, and alumni jump in to fight the pandemic and its effects on everyday life.
How the messy world of livestock raising was banished from U.S. cities—and replaced by pets, zoos, and children’s tales.
Earth and Environment professors discuss what less commuting during the pandemic means for Boston.
Creative Writing Lecturer Sigrid Nunez's book The Friend also won a National Book Award in 2018.
A history professor studies the opioid trade and how it, and the work of the poppy farmers, has evolved.
BU cybersecurity experts are working on a project to navigate the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.
Writing Program Senior Lecturer recently received one of two Metcalf Awards for Excellence in Teaching awards.
Linda Heywood and John Thornton, who teach history and African American Studies, join the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
BU students had the opportunity to discuss the live arts with Broadway professional John Bell Jr.
The Department of Computer Science documents what a regular day consists of now that they work and learn from home.
BU Sustainability hosted a virtual event honoring the 50th Earth Day in April.
The beloved Professor Emeritus of Biology, known as BU's "Bat Man," passed away on April 13.
I am pleased to announce the formation of the CAS Taskforce on the Humanities, convened for the first time in early May. Similar to the Social Sciences Taskforce convened earlier this semester, the taskforce has been charged to look towards a vision for the “next generation” of the humanities broadly across the College and University… More
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