Already a Wine Educator in Her Own Right, Gastronomy Master’s Student Outlines the Terminology Key to Tasting

Marie Louise Friedman wants to demystify and democratize the world of wine-tasting. And she’s doing it through language.

Friedman is a sommelier at Rebel Rebel, an all-fun-no-fuss natural wine bar in Somerville, Massachusetts’ Union Square. She’s also pursuing her MA in Gastronomy through BU MET’s unique program, which boasts unique access to BU’s Programs in Food & Wine, where you can take multi-level certification courses under the instruction of a certified Master of Wine.

Trio of Global Marketing Management Students Present Papers at London Institute’s International Conference

In competition with scholars all across the world, three MET Master of Science in Global Marketing Management (MSGMM) students had their papers accepted at the prestigious London Institute’s 2022 Applied Research International Conference (ARICON), held last week at Harvard University. The graduate students, Valorie Luther, Chris Mulvey, and Xiao Zhang, submitted market research papers they […]

Arts Administration Students Team with Nonprofit on Capital Campaign Development

Students in the BU Metropolitan College Arts Administration course Capital Campaigns (MET AR 711) are getting valuable hands-on experience working with the nonprofit Manship Artist Residency + Studios (MARS) to develop an anticipated capital campaign to further MARS’ historic preservation efforts. The course, led by fundraising expert Mary Doorley Simboski, ACFRE, is part of the […]

Future Leader Scholarship Sends Master’s Student to Supply Chain Conference in Atlanta

Nurgul Mazhetayeva, a BU MET student pursuing the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, was invited by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) to attend this year’s Edge Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, held September 19–22 in Atlanta, Georgia. Mazhetayeva won a full scholarship to attend the professional convention as part of […]

Better Hospital Care Through Machine Learning Possible as ABA Student, Professor Put Analytics to Work

The scheduling and coordination of patient care between hospital nurses stands to become much easier thanks to the enterprising research of MS in Applied Business Analytics candidate Yuzhen Liang. In their recent blog post, “Application of Machine Learning to Real Time Nurse Dispatching,” Liang and BU MET Associate Professor of the Practice John Maleyeff share […]

International Students Get Warm Introduction to Vital American Cultural Institution: S’mores

There’s something of a new annual tradition among the students of American Institutions and Culture (MET MG 545), thanks to BU MET lecturer Jamie Robertson. As part of the course’s primer on American history and culture, its cohort of visiting MET International students have also gotten introduced to a classic, three-pronged sweet treat: s’mores. The […]

Algorithmic Approach to Medical Staffing Challenge Earns MSABA Candidate Yuzhen Liang Summer Research Assistantship

The Boston University Institute for Health System Innovation & Policy (IHSIP) announced that Yuzhen Liang, a student pursuing her MS in Applied Business Analytics at BU MET, has been awarded a 2021 summer research assistantship for a project aimed at bringing machine learning solutions to the complex challenges of medical care. Advances in technology, treatment […]