With thousands fleeing Ukraine and millions still displaced by the Syrian civil war, a BU sociologist’s new book faults the United States, Canada, and Germany for letting down refugees.
With millions of older adults projected to develop Alzhiemer’s in the next few decades, researchers are creating novel systems for diagnosing the disease.
Ibram X. Kendi–led BU Center for Antiracist Research calls for new data standards to help confront racial inequities and injustice.
In 1972, women comprised 15 percent of all student athletes, now it’s 44 percent, women were less than 10 percent of doctors and lawyers, today it’s more than 50 percent.
Climate leaders from Boston University and around the country briefed Congressional staff on how they are working to train the next generation for careers solving the climate crisis.
Whether leaping into the Charles River or comforting a grieving family, he’s been the face of BU for the student body for two decades.
A BU-led team is engineering small patches of cardiac muscle that could repair the heart, treat heart disease, and speed drug development.
The law is a noble profession, don’t be afraid to fail, and get in the game, she said.
Massachusetts Secretary of Health & Human Services commended BU’s role in pandemic response.
Graduating E-board members of First-Generation Low Income Partnership (FLIP) reflect on their journeys and the legacy they leave.