Boston University News Releases


25th June, 2009
Raysa Tapia Named Director of Community Outreach at Boston University's Medical Campus (Boston) – Raysa Tapia, co-founder of the Lower Roxbury Coalition, was named director of Community Outreach at Boston University’s Medical Campus, announced Edward M. King, vice president for BU’s Office of Government & Community Affairs. Tapia, a Dorchester resident with nearly eight...
23rd June, 2009
Metropolitan College Offers Accelerated Summer Certificate Programs for Recent College Graduates (Boston) – Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) now offers four new Accelerated Summer Certificate Programs available through the university’s Center for Professional Education. The courses are stepped-up versions of the traditional programs, allowing students to earn a certificate after...
17th June, 2009
Boston University Awards Over $5.2 million in full scholarships as Unique Program Nears $130M Mark (Boston) — Boston University's Boston High School Scholarship Program -- America’s largest and longest-running scholarship program for urban public high school students -- has presented 20 recent graduates of Boston public high schools a total of more than $5.2 million worth of four-year, full-tuition...
9th June, 2009
In Memory of Dr. Anthony A. Gianelly, 72 In Memory of Dr. Anthony A. Gianelly, 72 Dr. Anthony A. Gianelly, an internationally recognized professor of orthodontics, died of a heart attack on Thursday, May 28. He was 72. Dr. Gianelly was Chair ad interim of the Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics at Boston...
9th June, 2009
Researchers Identify Structure of Bacteria Responsible for Traveler’s Diarrhea (Boston) – Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), the Naval Medical Research Center and the National Institutes of Health, have solved the structure of thin hair-like fibers called “pili” or “fimbriae” on the surface of bacteria that cause traveler’s diarrhea. The findings,...
5th June, 2009
Boston University College of Fine Arts presents three students with prestigious Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Career Entry Awards (Boston) – The Boston University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Career Entry Award: Michael Anthony Garguilo from the School of Visual Arts for painting and Chris Bannow from the School of Theatre for acting and theatre arts. The...
5th June, 2009
Boston MedFlight introduces new helicopter at Boston Medical Center (Boston)— Boston MedFlight, the critical care transport service, introduced its new helicopter today at an event for the Boston Medical Center (BMC) community. Its identification number, N72EH, includes the letters “EH,” the initials of Erwin Hirsch, MD, BMC’s former chief of trauma surgery, who...