Financier-Turned Sommelier BU Wine Studies Alum Named ‘Culinary Trailblazer’ after Wine Studies Powered Successful Career Change
Have you ever wondered how to take your passion for wine and transform it into a career in the industry? Boston University’s Certificate Program in Wine Studies is a proven pathway to making that dream a reality, through a structured, tiered education that develops the needed know-how to make wine your profession, no matter your background.
One of the highest honors in all of performing arts went to Robert Nederlander, Jr., whose internationally successful production organization helps Metropolitan College students earning the groundbreaking Commercial Theater Development Graduate Certificate get an insider’s perspective on the business of Broadway and theater management.
In 1989, Mary Ann Esposito’s cooking classroom got a lot bigger. Her newly launched TV show, Ciao Italia, broadcast her instructions and insights in matters of the kitchen into countless homes nationwide. All these years later, Esposito’s cookery program has become a storied one, the longest running of its kind, and a beloved institution of public television.
Richard B. DeWolfe (MET’71) will address graduates at the @METBU Convocation Ceremony, Saturday, May 20. He will also receive the 2023 MET Alumni Award for Distinguished Service to Alma Mater.
MET alum and vice chair of the BU Board of Trustees Cynthia Cohen (MET’77) and Arts Administration Lecturer Wendy Swart Grossman both won awards at BU’s Innovator’s Night.
For 11 years, Boston University Global Programs has held its annual Global Photo Contest, which encourages BU community members from all across the world to capture and share images of the planet’s beautiful corners.
Three Metropolitan College (MET) instructors have earned high accolades for their commitment to teaching the many motivated learners that have entered their classrooms over the years.
On Thursday, February 9, Metropolitan College held its 12th Annual City of Boston Scholar Recognition Event at the College’s 1010 Commonwealth Avenue location. Joining to offer her support and admiration was Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, who recently finished her first year as the person in charge of City Hall.
Federal Grant Will Allow BU MET Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity to Aid in Combatting Online Child Abuse
The US Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) has awarded the Boston University Metropolitan College Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity (CIC) program a grant of $437,500, dedicated to producing a new training program to support police investigations pertaining to online crimes against children, sex trafficking, cryptocurrency, and the dark web.
Metropolitan College Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Lou Chitkushev has been granted a prestigious Fulbright Specialist Foreign Scholarship award for work that takes him to Ecuador, where the associate professor of computer science and director of health informatics and health sciences will lend his expertise in cybersecurity to the nation’s military academy. Funded primarily […]