Fernando Ortiz (CAS’17) discusses his journey from US Senate intern to assistant to the Secretary of Labor.
Giving Day in April was a socially distanced affair. But CAS raised $219,000 from 1,000 donors nonetheless.
BU Arts & Sciences faculty members bring their knowledge, insight, and senses of humor to the public arena.
Abigail Gillman advises on a huge new grant to digitize the prolific German-Israeli thinker’s letters.
This summer, enjoy one of these translated literary masterpieces recommended by Arts & Sciences faculty.
Gabriela Bunea (GRS’01) is a leader in the solar energy field and an advocate for women in STEM professions.
arts&sciences magazine spoke with students about campus life during the 2020/21 school year.
CAS students received top honors for their application work at BU Spark’s bi-annual project showcase.
CAS and GRS honored all of their graduates as part of a socially distant, but no less jubilant, ceremony.
The Center for Antiracist Research and the Boston Globe announced a new journalistic endeavor to discuss race across the country.