Boston University News Releases


24th June, 1999
Cambridge Resident is Finalist in Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant Program (Boston, Mass.) — Daniel Ranalli of Cambridge was recently chosen as a photography finalist in the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s (MCC) Artist Grants Program, a highly competitive program designed to recognize exceptional artists in the state and to support their creative talent. As...
24th June, 1999
Winnebago, Minn. Resident Wins in Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions BOSTON — Winnebago, Minn. resident Kelly Kaduce, a recent graduate of Boston University's School for the Arts, was one of five winners at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Grand Finals Concert in April. Selected from a pool of more than 2,500 singers from North America and Australia,...
22nd June, 1999
Boston University Sargent College to Sponsor Bone Marrow Drive A bone marrow drive will be held at Boston University's Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences on Wednesday, June 30 from noon until 7:00 p.m. The drive is being held for Dr. Laird Cermak, professor of neurology at Boston University and the director of psychology research...
22nd June, 1999
Scalpel ... Suture ... Spreadsheet: B.U. And Mass Medical Society Unveil Executive MBA Program for Physicians and Health Care Managers (Boston, Mass.) -- In the latest example of the medical profession embracing management philosophy, the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) has partnered with the Boston University School of Management to offer an executive MBA program designed to meet the emerging needs of physicians and health...
17th June, 1999
Woodbury, NJ Resident Helps Boston University’s Sailing Team Win National Championship (Boston, Mass.) — Stan Schreyer of Woodbury, N.J. is one of seven members of Boston University’s Sailing Team that recently won the Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association’s Sailing Championships (ICYRA). The regatta was held June 2-4 at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. This is Boston University’s...
7th June, 1999
Barbone Receives Lindsay Award for Novel Acoustical Research Acoustical Society Recognizes Boston University Professor's Work In Acoustical Scattering (Boston, Mass.) – Paul E. Barbone, assistant professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at Boston University's College of Engineering, was recently awarded the 1999 R. Bruce Lindsay Award of the Acoustical Society of America. The award recognizes Barbone's work in developing novel theoretical...
2nd June, 1999
Revealing the Complex Patterns of Cardiac Disease (Boston, Mass.) — In a paper published in Nature this week, scientists from Boston University’s Center for Polymer Studies describe a new technique derived from modern physics that can help doctors distinguish between a healthy heart and one that is headed for trouble. Led by Research...