Boston University News Releases


21st February, 2003
Boston University Physics Researchers Receive Sloan Fellowships (Boston, Mass.) - Pritiraj Mohanty and Martin Schmaltz, assistant professors in Boston University's Physics Department, have each been awarded Sloan Research Fellowships for 2003. Designed to identify researchers who are likely to make fundamental contributions to new knowledge in their fields of...
20th February, 2003
Boston University Researcher Overturns Long-held Theories on Geology of Antarctica’s Dry Valleys (Boston, Mass.) — In research that promises to upend theories on Antarctic geology and usher in new thinking on climate change on the Earth, Associate Professor David Marchant of Boston University’s Earth Sciences Department has drawn from Antarctica’s Dry Valleys region a fresh understanding of...
17th February, 2003
On U.S. President's Day Boston University Launches Annual "African Leaders State of Africa Report" (Boston, Mass.) — Symbolically coinciding with the Presidents Day holiday in the United States, Boston University’s African Presidential Archives and Research Center (APARC) today released the first annual “African Leaders State of Africa Report.” Acutely relevant as the U.S. seeks allies in the...
6th February, 2003
Boston University Awards Honorary Degree to Velia N. Tosi (Boston, Mass.) — Velia N. Tosi, resident of Boston’s Back Bay, recently received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Boston University. During the January 29, 2003 ceremony Chancellor John Silber praised Tosi for her “decades of thoughtful, intelligent, and varied service to the University.”
6th February, 2003
Media Advisory: Faith-based Partnership Launched To Fight Aids In Communities Of Color (Boston, Mass.) — The Multicultural AIDS Coalition (MAC) will host a press conference at 9:45 a.m. on Friday, February 7, to announce a groundbreaking effort to fight HIV/AIDS in Boston’s communities of color. The U.S. Office of Minority Health has awarded a new $450,000 three-year grant that...