FYSOP 29 Launches Today

Volunteer service project for new students has several new community partners Last year’s FYSOP volunteers working at Tewksbury’s Strongwater Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center, which provides education, social opportunities, and emotional support with equine-assisted activities and therapies for people with disabilities. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. Today, a group of approximately 650 freshmen and new transfer students […]

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Student Volunteers Share ASB Experiences on Instagram

Last week, 275 BU students and chaperones fanned out across the country, to Puerto Rico, and to Montreal for Alternative Spring Breaks, the annual week of service where students volunteer with local nonprofits. This year, students worked on projects ranging from environmental reform and public health to immigrant and refugee services and food justice. Along […]

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LAW-based CARB-X Awards $24 Million for Superbug Antibiotics

Wellcome Trust gives $155M for nonprofit’s work on “huge global challenge” Kevin Outterson, LAW’s N. Neal Pike Scholar in Health and Disability Law, leads CARB-X, the world’s largest public-private partnership working to accelerate development of urgently needed new antimicrobials. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. A BU School of Law–based public-private partnership to spur the development of […]

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Questrom’s Link Day Offers Expertise to Nonprofits

Grad students work on a Saturday for good causes The Citizen Schools Link Day team at work: Chi Vo (from left) and Marisabel Jaramillo from Citizen Schools, Diego Da Silva Nunes (Questrom’18), Parul Kashyap (Questrom’18), Lisa Lerma (Questrom’17), Myles Fish (Questrom’18), Sarah Horwitz (Questrom’18), and Dalia Rinaldi (Questrom’18). Photo by Cindy Scott. Chi Vo and […]

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