Boston University News Releases


30th March, 2004
Boston Medical Center Trauma Center Receives Re-Verification from the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma Boston, MA - The trauma center at Boston Medical Center (BMC) has been re-verified as a Level-1 Trauma Center, Adult and Pediatric, by the Committee on Trauma (COT) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This achievement recognizes the trauma center's dedication to providing optimal...
25th March, 2004
Oscar Award-Winning Producer and Former Paramount Executive to Speak at BU (Boston, Mass.) – Big-screen producer Stanley Jaffe will speak at Conversations, the second in a series of distinguished-lecturer series sponsored by Boston University’s College of Communication. The event will be held Thursday, April 1 at 5 p.m. at the University’s Kenmore Classroom Building, 565...
23rd March, 2004
Ethics, Environment, And Corporate Responsibility Take Center Stage At Boston University Symposium (Boston, Mass.) — Philosophers and corporate executives will come together to discuss ethical approaches to environmentalism and corporate responsibility during a two-day symposium hosted by the Boston University Philosophy Department on April 9 and 10. Sponsored by a generous gift to the Philosophy...
19th March, 2004
Former Prime Minister of Ireland To Speak At Boston University (Boston, Mass.) – Dr. Garrett FitzGerald, former prime minister of Ireland, will speak on Anglo-Irish Relations and the Good Friday Agreement at Boston University’s Center for International Relations on Monday, March 29, 2004. FitzGerald, who served as prime minister from 1981 through...
11th March, 2004
Boston University to Host Discussion on Putin, U.S.-Russian Prospects for Future (Boston, Mass.) — Four days following the expected re-election of Russian President Vladimir Putin, an international panel of intelligence experts from RAND, Carnegie Endowment, and the U.S. National Intelligence Council will convene at Boston University to discuss the election’s impact on American-European...
1st March, 2004
Diet and Avoidance of Smoking are Primary Ways for Women to Prevent Heart Disease (Boston, Mass.) – Women who consume “heart-healthy” diets and avoid smoking have the greatest opportunity to prevent heart disease according to results from the Framingham Nutrition Study published in the February issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. “We found...