Boston University News Releases


29th November, 2004
Understanding Racial Disparities in Cardiac Care (Boston) – Patients’ beliefs play little or no role in explaining racial disparities in cardiac care, according to a new Boston University School of Public Health study being published in the December issue of the "American Journal of Public Health." The study, “Racial Differences in Cardiac Catheterization...
29th November, 2004
Boston University School of Visual Arts Presents Faculty Exhibition 2004 (Boston) – The 2004 Boston University School of Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition presents a wide range of visual interests, spanning genres and media, from realism to abstraction, two to three dimensions, small to very large scale. This year’s exhibition, one of the highlighted events for Boston University’s...
18th November, 2004
Remaining Members Appointed to Boston University Presidential Search Committee (Boston) — The Boston University trustee committee responsible for conducting a search for the University’s next president today announced that its 15 members will include representatives from the faculty, student body, and deans, in addition to the trustee members appointed in September.
17th November, 2004
Boston Medical Center Offers New Treatment for Spinal Fractures (Boston) – Boston Medical Center’s (BMC) departments of orthopaedic surgery and radiology are offering a minimally invasive treatment known as kyphoplasty to provide patients with osteoporosis and other disorders quick relief from the pain of spinal compression fractures, with high rates of success....
16th November, 2004
BU Hosts Timely "Perspectives on the Middle East" Talk by Jordanian Ambassador (Boston) — The University Professors Program at Boston University hosts a lecture on Tuesday, November 23, by Prince Zeid Raad Al-Hussein, Jordan’s permanent representative to the United Nations. His topic, “Perspectives on the Middle East,” is timely in light of the death of Palestinian...
5th November, 2004
Boston University School of Music Presents 'Wotan's Farewell and Fire Scene' from Wagner's 'Der Ring Des Nibelungen' at Symphony Hall (Boston)—The Boston University School of Music presents the Boston University Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Chorus in a concert at Symphony Hall featuring Theodore Antoniou’s “Moirologhia” and ‘Wotan’s Farewell and Fire Scene’ from Wagner’s “Der Ring des Nibelungen.” The concert will also include...
3rd November, 2004
BU Chemist to Map DNA's Surface, Uncovering Details that Will Show How Structure Abets Function (Boston) — In a second round of funding for technology-related research that will contribute to the international research effort known as ENCODE, the National Human Genome Research Initiative (NHGRI) is supporting a Boston University-based effort to map the topography of the DNA molecule. Prof....
2nd November, 2004
Boston University's ‘Great Debate’ Features New York Times Reporter Judith Miller (Boston) — Boston University’s College of Communication will hold its 18th Great Debate on Wednesday, November 10, at 6:30 p.m. at the Tsai Performance Center. Included on the team arguing the affirmative to the question, “Should the law protect a reporter from having to reveal confidential sources?”...
1st November, 2004
Boston University International Conference Updates European, United States Relationship (Boston) — Two weeks following the U.S. presidential election, Boston University will host an international conference of foreign-affairs journalists, government officials, and academics from both sides of the Atlantic on Tuesday, November 16, discussing current American and European relations.
1st November, 2004
Philip Caputo, Author and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter, to Speak at Boston University (Boston) — An exhibition of the works of Philip Caputo, author and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter with the Chicago Tribune, will be held at the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University. PHILIP CAPUTO: Warrior and Writer will be open to the public from November 17 through November...
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