Boston University News Releases


30th November, 2005
Boston Medical Center to Observe World Aids Day 2005 (Boston) – To honor those affected by HIV/AIDS, the Center for HIV/AIDS Care and Research (CHACR) at Boston Medical Center (BMC) is inviting family, friends and community members to attend this year’s World AIDS Day event on Thursday Dec. 1, and experience a coming together of a variety of individuals...
22nd November, 2005
BUSM Mobilelab Visits Boston Communities (Boston) – Boston University School of Medicine’s (BUSM) MobileLab will visit the John D. O’Bryant High School in Roxbury November 29 and 30 in an effort to inform local high school students about the world of biotechnology. Created in 1991, CityLab has provided teachers and students...
17th November, 2005
Boston University Launches New Post Doctoral Research Fellowship in Rehabilitation Outcomes Research (Boston) – Dr. Alan Jette, director of the Health & Disability Research Institute at Boston University, announced a new program offering post doctoral fellowships in rehabilitation outcomes research to be offered at the University. Funded by the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation...
16th November, 2005
Founding Director of National Public Radio and President of American Public Media to Speak at Boston University (Boston) —Bill Kling, president of American Public Media Group and president of its subsidiary, Minnesota Public Radio, will present “Strategies for Intelligent Radio in the Age of Blogs, Podcasts, and XM Radio,” at Boston University on Monday, November 21. The event is part of the Boston University...
15th November, 2005
Boston University College of Communication Celebrates More than 30 Years of Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalism (Boston) — Boston University’s College of Communication will celebrate BU alumni awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism in a two-day event on Thursday, November 17 and Friday, November 18. The celebration will include a series of panels in which the prize-winning journalists will address the integral...
14th November, 2005
Boston Medical Center Conference Focuses on Spinal Cord Research (Boston) – The latest developments in spinal cord injury research, bioethics and politics are topics of a one-day conference sponsored by Boston Medical Center (BMC) on Nov. 19. “Stepping Forward-Staying Informed: Understanding the Science, Weighing the Issues, and Impacting...
10th November, 2005
Media and Politics Conference at Boston University (Boston) — An all-star line up of foreign affairs journalists from the United States and Europe gather at Boston University on Monday and Tuesday, November 14-15, for a conference on “Media and Politics.” The two-day symposium focuses on press coverage of freedom movements, transatlantic media competition,...
8th November, 2005
Tim Russert to Receive Dennis Kauff Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement in Broadcast Journalism (Boston) – NBC Washington Bureau Chief and “Meet the Press” moderator Tim Russert is this year’s recipient of the Dennis Kauff Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement in Broadcast Journalism. Russert has been the host of the Sunday show since 1991. He will join local broadcast journalists Hank Phillippi...
8th November, 2005
Boston Medical Center to Observe World AIDS Day 2005 (Boston)— Boston Medical Center is inviting friends, family and community members to attend this year’s World AIDS Day event on Thursday, Dec. 1, and experience a coming together of a variety of individuals and groups who share a commitment to fighting the AIDS epidemic. The free event,...
7th November, 2005
Boston University Scholar To Lecture On Bioethics After Nuremberg (Boston) — The 2005 Boston University Lecture will spotlight the scholarship of George J. Annas, JD, MPH, chair and Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights at the BU School of Public Health. The lecture will be held at the Tsai Performance Center, 685 Commonwealth Ave.,...
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