Eric Kolaczyk Named New Director of BU’s Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering

“Data science and computing are now embedded in the human experience and informing everything we do,” CAS math professor says Eric Kolaczyk has earned an international reputation for his work across bioinformatics and computational neuroscience. Photo by Cydney Scott. Eric Kolaczyk, a College of Arts & Sciences professor of mathematics and statistics, whose work across […]

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Roscoe Giles, Lifelong Advocate for STEM Diversity, Named AAAS Fellow

BU engineer recognized for his work in advancing diversity and inclusion in the field of computation Roscoe Giles, Boston University College of Engineering professor of electrical and computer engineering, has had a career marked by firsts. He was the first black student to earn a PhD in physics at Stanford University, he was the first […]

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Anthony Janetos Remembered for His Leadership, Dedication, and Scholarship

World-renowned CAS expert on climate change died Tuesday Anthony Janetos, an internationally renowned climate change researcher and director of BU’s Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, died August 6, following a brief illness. Photo (left) by Jackie Ricciardi. Anthony Janetos was not only an internationally renowned expert on climate change, […]

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ENG Prof Named 2019 Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow by DOD

Siddharth Ramachandran. Photo courtesy of the College of Engineering. Siddharth Ramachandran, a Boston University College of Engineering professor of electrical and computer engineering and of materials science engineering, thrives in the city. He loves the hustle and bustle of Boston and the diversity of all the people he encounters. When he’s not in his lab […]

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Prof. Sarah Phillips spoke at a Capitol Hill Briefing on Agricultural Policy

Dr. Sarah Phillips, from Boston University College of Arts & Sciences, History Department spoke at a Capitol Hill briefing on agricultural policy.  The Congressional Briefing: Historical Perspectives on Federal Agricultural Policy took place at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC on Monday, August 20, 2018.  Learn more  

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CAS/ENG Scholar Earns Prestigious Honor

Malika Jeffries-EL named an American Chemical Society Fellow Malika Jeffries-EL researches “organic semiconductors,” the processing and electronic properties of which make them useful in technologies from LEDs to solar cells. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. It’s official: Malika Jeffries-EL belongs to the 2 percent. She has been named an American Chemical Society (ACS) fellow, an honor extended […]

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CAS Prof Wins Nearly $1M to Study Interaction of Natural and Human Emissions

Jeffrey Geddes gets two federal research awards to examine impact on air quality Jeffrey Geddes uses remote sensing observations, computer modeling, and targeted field observations to study atmospheric chemistry and air quality. Photo (left) by Jackie Ricciardi. BU’s Jeffrey Geddes has won two early career federal research awards totaling nearly $1 million to advance his work […]

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