Barbara Jones says that leaving one state ranked dead last in access to mental health services for a state ranked second will be a refreshing change.
Professor Elise Morgan will lead ENG during his appointment.
He assumes the role he’s held on an interim basis since July 2022 and aims to be an innovative leader for Terriers.
Director of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reflects on agency’s pandemic mistakes and successes.
Credited with raising the college’s national profile, he plans to return to the Pacific Northwest.
Scott Taylor brings record of program-building, stellar scholarship, commitment to diversity.
She’s honored to be in same class as civil rights lawyer and scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw—and another of her heroes, Oprah Winfrey.
New academic entity aims at preparing students for work of tomorrow The creation of the Faculty of Computing & Data Sciences and the construction of the Center for Computing & Data Sciences (shown above) will help BU equip generations of students with data science expertise. Image courtesy of KPMB Architects. With BU planning to build […]
Mariette DiChristina (COM’86) broke ground as first woman to helm historic publication, led its digital transformation Mariette DiChristina (COM’86), editor-in-chief of Scientific American, will be the new dean of BU’s College of Communication. Photo courtesy of Scientific American. Mariette DiChristina created her own magazines about science and nature as a girl growing up in Westchester […]
After nationwide search, interim dean chosen for strong and consistent leadership The new dean of Arts & Sciences reflects its liberal arts mission: Stan Sclaroff was a double-major in computer science and English as a Tufts undergraduate. Photo by Cydney Scott. Stan Sclaroff embodies the philosophy of a liberal arts education. An accomplished computer scientist, […]