Boston University News Releases


28th April, 2005
Marie Brenner, Award-Winning Investigative Journalist, to Speak at Friends of The Libraries' Annual Meeting (Boston) – Marie Brenner, award-winning investigative journalist and writer-at-large for Vanity Fair, will speak about her life and career at the Friends of the Libraries of Boston University’s annual meeting on May 2, 2005, previewing her exhibition entitled MARIE BRENNER: Insider Investigations,...
25th April, 2005
Boston University's Metropolitan College Creates New Scholarships for Mass. Community Colleges (Boston) — Boston University’s Metropolitan College today announced a new scholarship program for select graduates from five Massachusetts community colleges: Bunker Hill Community College, Middlesex Community College, Mass Bay Community College, Roxbury Community College, and Northern Essex Community...
20th April, 2005
Commander of the Navy Region Northeast to View Annual Tri-Service Pass In Review of BU ROTC Programs (Boston) — Cadets from Boston University's Army, Navy and Air Force ROTC programs will present colors to Rear Adm. Mark W. Kenny, Commander of the Navy Region Northeast, on April 23, 2005 during the 22nd annual Presidential Tri-Service Pass In Review ceremony. Adm. Kenny will be joined on the reviewing...
14th April, 2005
BU Undergraduate Garners International Recognition for Research on Protein System in Cells (Boston) — Why and how cells deal with free-radical compounds that damage or kill them got a little less mysterious this past year. Boston University chemistry senior Sarah Chobot’s research on two proteins, thioredoxin and thioredoxin reductase, has shed some light on how they fight the damage...
14th April, 2005
Boston University College of Communications Wins Numerous Mark of Excellence Journalism Awards (Boston) – Boston University’s College of Communication (COM) swept all honors in three categories and won a total of five first-place and 12 overall Mark of Excellence Northeast Region Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists. Boston University placed second among the 27 schools receiving...
13th April, 2005
Joint Statement by Participants in Boston University African Presidential Roundtable 2005 (Boston, Mass.) — Eleven African former heads of state Wednesday concluded the African Presidential Roundtable 2005, sponsored by Boston University’s African Presidential Archives and Research Center (APARC), with the following joint statement: This has been an enormously productive...
12th April, 2005
Boston University Opera Institute Presents Mozart's "La Finta Giardiniera" (Boston)--For its second opera of the spring season, the Boston University Opera Institute will perform Mozart’s “La Finta Giardiniera.” The charming tragicomedy is produced as a collaboration between Boston University’s School of Music and its School of Theatre Arts. Performances begin on the Boston...
11th April, 2005
People with Parkinson’s Disease Find New Hope with Self-Management Rehabilitation Study at Boston University (Boston) - A “self-management” rehabilitation study at Boston University (BU) Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences may help people with Parkinson’s disease restore function and improve quality of life. Investigators at Boston University and Boston Medical Center received...
8th April, 2005
Boston University Opens Trans-Atlantic African Presidential Roundtable (Boston) — Thirteen African former heads of state gathered Friday in Johannesburg, South Africa, for the African Presidential Roundtable 2005, sponsored by Boston University’s African Presidential Archives and Research Center (APARC). They are being joined by African and U.S. business,...
7th April, 2005
Stanford Physicist Robert Laughlin to Describe ‘A Different Universe’ at Boston University Event (Boston) — Boston University’s Physics Department will host a lecture, book signing, and reception for Robert Laughlin, the Robert M. and Anne Bass Professor of Physics at Stanford University, from 3 to 5 p.m. on Friday, April 8 at BU’s Photonics Center. Laughlin, who was the 1998 recipient of the...
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