Boston University News Releases


29th September, 2003
Boston University's Pardee Center Kicks Off 2003 Distinguished Lecture Series With "Technological Nightmares" (Boston, Mass.) – Dr. Paul Streeten, an emeritus professor of economics in the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University, will deliver two lectures at the University’s School of Management on October 7 and 14 as part of the Center’s distinguished lecture...
23rd September, 2003
Cape Verdean Prime Minister José Maria Neves to Speak at Boston University (Boston, Mass.) – Prime Minister Jos矍aria Neves of the Republic of Cape Verde will speak during a breakfast held in his honor at Boston University on Monday, October 6. Sponsored by the African Presidential Archives and Research Center (APARC) at Boston University, the breakfast will begin...
22nd September, 2003
Boston University Presents Theatre Opinion Leaders and Luminaries in Lively New Panel Series (Boston, Mass.) — Boston University College of Fine Arts announced today a new public program entitled American Theatre at a Crossroad: A Panel Series with Robert Brustein, moderator. For the series, Boston University and the Huntington Theatre Company, its professional theatre company in residence,...
15th September, 2003
Boston Globe Reporters Richard Lehr and Mitchell Zuckoff Join Boston University Journalism Faculty (Boston, Mass.) — Award-winning Boston Globe investigative reporters and authors Richard Lehr and Mitchell Zuckoff have joined the faculty of Boston University’s College of Communication as visiting professors. Journalism Department Chairman Professor Robert Zelnick said the two, in addition to...
11th September, 2003
Obesity Epidemic in the 21st Century is Focus of Boston University Science and Public Policy Conference (Boston, Mass.) — The Knight School for Science & Medical Journalism in Boston University’s College of Communication will sponsor a one-day conference on translating science into effective public policies that can address this nation’s epidemic of obesity. The conference is scheduled for Friday,...
10th September, 2003
Natan Sharansky to Speak at Boston University on Tuesday, September 16 (Boston, Mass.) – Noted Soviet dissident and current Israeli Minister for Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs Natan Sharansky, will speak at Boston University next Tuesday, September 16. As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict escalates in the Middle East with recent suicide bombings and retaliatory...
1st September, 2003
Philadelphia Inquirer Editor Tapped for Boston University Business and Economics Journalism Program (Boston, Mass.) — Veteran journalist Lou Ureneck, until recently a deputy managing editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer, has joined the faculty of Boston University’s College of Communication as visiting professor of journalism and director of the Business and Economics Journalism Program, according...