International conference at BU to examine displacement from cities and policies to counteract growing global problem.
BU’s 5 NSF Grant Winners Are Changing Conversations in Robotics, Computing, Mass Incarceration, Neurology, and More
The National Science Foundation CAREER award winners will advance research and expand educational opportunities for underrepresented groups in science
Cold War politics led to special policies and domestic political power.
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.
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 […]
“Through black history we learn the best of the history of the United States of America,” she tells packed house Angela Davis, activist, academic and author took time to chat with students and pose for photos with them, including Feven Solomon (CAS’21), from left, Kalkidan Tewodros (Questrom’21), Davis, Grace Mecha (SAR’21), and Zanta Ephrem (SAR’21) […]
Scholar who did landmark research into religion and development dies at 88 Peter Berger, a CAS professor emeritus who did pathbreaking sociological research into religion and the developing world, died June 27. Photo courtesy of Pardee School of Global Studies. New York Times conservative columnist David Brooks once confessed his debt to BU sociologist Peter Berger, “whose […]