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BU’s Harriet E. Richards Cooperative House is one of the oldest cooperative dorms in the nation. The dorm’s two dozen current residents recently invited Rhett the Terrier puppet to stop by for a little home cooking and a tour of the Bay State Road mansion-turned-dorm.
What’s Up BU?
Mingle and network at the Office of Technology Development’s annual event celebrating the intersection of the business and science communities. The presentation of the Innovator of the Year award, and digital poster presentations will be accompanied by live music, food, and drinks. Metcalf Ballroom, George Sherman Union, 775 Commonwealth Ave. Admission is free and open to the public; register here.
Grad Students to Groundbreakers
For more than 11 years, CAS and ENG prof Mark Grinstaff and the graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in his Grinstaff Group have been combining their expertise in chemistry, pharmacology, and biomedical and mechanical engineering to tackle complicated medical challenges.
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