Credited with raising the college’s national profile, he plans to return to the Pacific Northwest.
His 17-year legacy includes dramatic growth in sponsored research, a more diverse student body and faculty, a robust endowment, a campus that proudly embraces its relationship with Boston, and a clear path for the future.
Scott Taylor brings record of program-building, stellar scholarship, commitment to diversity.
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.
Transitioning the world to sustainable energy without leaving marginalized communities behind is a top priority for new leadership team, including director Benjamin Sovacool.
As vice president and associate provost for community and inclusion, she will expand her responsibilities
BU engineer and peers recommend formal policies that could level the playing field between men and women Boston University engineer Joyce Wong is a co-author on a new Science paper suggesting policies that could increase gender diversity in the STEM research workforce. Photo by Dave Green. “Oh, that’s terrible, but that doesn’t happen here.” […]