Earlier this year, Carmen Yulín Cruz (CAS’84), mayor of San Juan, P.R., made Time magazine’s TIME 100: The Most Influential People of […]
Gitner Family CAS Lecture: The Opioid Crisis from a Humanist's Perspective
Andres Vargas (CAS ’15) has been thinking politically since his childhood in Haverhill, Mass. That spirit propelled him to, at […]
November 9, 1938: Emotions and Emotional Politics Then and Now, and In-between
Robert Margo, a College of Arts & Sciences professor of economics, received the 2018 Provost’s Scholar-Teacher of the Year Award (formerly […]
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (CAS’11) made national news in June when she defeated a US House speaker-in-waiting twice her age in New York’s primary […]
Lessons from the Past: From Kristallnacht to the Modern Refugee Crisis
Vivien Schmidt, a Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and College of Arts & Sciences professor of international relations and […]
For many students, spring break is a chance to head to a tropical climate for some rest and relaxation. But […]
Commencement 2013 was a special occasion, as we wished well this year’s graduating class. The weekend included 33 separate ceremonies […]
Former New England Patriot Paul Francisco is charged with financial giant’s global strategy for inclusion.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation recently announced the winners of the 2018 Sloan Research Fellowships and three CAS faculty are […]
As the new academic year begins, we are pleased to announce the naming of three of our faculty members to […]
The late emeritus professor of physics is remembered as "a very thoughtful and caring mentor."
The award will help her develop a transformative model for graduate education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Thanks to the Department of Classical Studies, BU students spent the summer in learning about Greek culture and its history.
Dean Cudd announced the winners of the 2016 Templeton Award for Excellence in Student Advising and the 2016 CAS Teaching […]