Boston University News Releases


30th August, 2004
It's Move-In Week at Boston University (Boston) – Over the next several days some 4,300 incoming freshmen will arrive at Boston University to begin their first semester of college. They will be joined by 25,000 returning BU students. Nearly 80 percent of the university’s undergraduates live in on-campus housing. In addition, a new building...
23rd August, 2004
Boston University Sherman Gallery Presents Nicole D'Agata: The Australia Paintings (Boston) - Boston University’s Sherman Gallery presents an exhibition by Boston University alumna Nicole D’Agata, comprised of the artist’s works inspired by her artist residency in Australia. “Nicole D’Agata: The Australia Paintings” will be on view from Tuesday, September 7 through Friday, October...
10th August, 2004
Boston University Offers Master's Degree in Gastronomy at Satellite Campus in Washington, D.C. (Boston) — Beginning this fall, Boston University’s Metropolitan College will offer a Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy in Washington, D.C. The new program will be located at the Boston University satellite campus at 2807 Connecticut Avenue, NW. The Washington, D.C. program is the...
9th August, 2004
Boston Medical Center Awarded $2.25 Million Grant to Establish New HIV Prevention Program (Boston) – The Center for HIV/AIDS Care and Research (CHACR) at Boston Medical Center (BMC) has been awarded a $2.25 million, five-year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help lead a coalition aimed at providing more efficient HIV prevention projects throughout...
5th August, 2004
Artist Jacob Lawrence Chronicles of Struggle and Hope (Boston) — The Boston University Art Gallery (BUAG) is pleased to announce the first exhibition of the 2004-2005 season, Jacob Lawrence: Chronicles of Struggle and Hope, showcasing over sixty prints and paintings by Jacob Lawrence from 1963-2000. The works depict critical moments in history and...