Boston University News Releases


31st October, 2005
Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize Winner Announced (Boston) — WBUR 90.9 FM and Boston University today announced that Ari Shapiro, a reporter for National Public Radio in Washington, D.C., has won the fourth annual Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize recognizing significant broadcast journalism by a young public radio journalist. Shapiro...
27th October, 2005
Boston University Sherman Gallery Presents Dana Clancy: Intimate Distance (Boston) – The Sherman Gallery at Boston University presents an exhibition of paintings by School of Visual Arts alumna and Assistant Professor Dana Clancy. Dana Clancy: Intimate Distance will be on view Tuesday, November 1 through Friday, December 16, 2005. The opening reception, to be held on...
20th October, 2005
United Nations Foundation Policy Adviser to Speak at Boston University (Boston) – As part of Conversations, the BU College of Communication Distinguished Lecture series, United Nations Foundation Public Policy Adviser Gillian Martin Sorensen will address faculty and students on Thursday, Nov. 3. Her 5 p.m. speech, “U.S. and U.N. – Can this Marriage be Saved?” will...
18th October, 2005
Health of LGBT Community Focus of Lectures, New Program at BU School of Public Health (Boston) – Issues surrounding public health in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender population will be explored Nov. 10, 2005, in the first lecture of a new series at Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH). “Why Everyone Should Care About LGBT Health” will be presented by Stewart...
17th October, 2005
Retired CNN President to Discuss His Years at CNN with Ted Turner (Boston) — Sidney Pike, retired president of CNN International Special Projects, looks back at 22 years at CNN at a BU College of Communication’s event on October 20. Pike’s new book, “We Changed the World: Memoirs of a CNN Satellite Pioneer” is an insider’s view of the rise and fall of Ted Turner...
13th October, 2005
Boston University Launches Two Distance Education Graduate Programs for Working Music Educators around the World (Boston) — Boston University’s School of Music in the College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the launch of two new distance education programs: the Master of Music in Music Education and the Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Education. These online degree programs are designed to meet the needs...
11th October, 2005
Long-Time ABC News Correspondent to Discuss Israel and the Palestinians (Boston) — Robert Zelnick, Boston University journalism department chair and professor, will discuss the results of his recent fact-finding trip in a presentation entitled "Israel and the Palestinians: Can Peace be Achieved Unilaterally?" The October 14 event is part of the BU College of Communication‘s...
3rd October, 2005
Harlan Ellison, celebrated futurist, to Speak about His Life and Career at the Friends Speaker Series October 11 (Boston) – The Friends of the Libraries of Boston University are proud to announce that author, screenwriter and futurist Harlan Ellison will be speaking at the second Friends Speaker Series Event of the season on Tuesday October 11, 2005 at 6 p.m. The event will be held in the Metcalf Ballroom...