Posts by: Lauren Davalla

SED sends TFA steady stream of grads

SED was recently ranked in the top twenty large universities for the amount of graduates it provided to the 2010 Teach for America (TFA) corps. Out of the 4,500 new corps members in 2010, 35 of them came from Boston University.  Director of Educational Initiatives at SED Amy Slate said, “We have found our partnership […]

6 Months Since the Haiti Earthquake

Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator in the City Planning and Urban Affairs Program at Metropolitan College Enrique Silva offers insight into the rebuilding of Port-au-Princeto the Huffington Post: “When we talk about rebuilding or restructuring Haiti,  we are talking about much more than the massive collapse of buildings and infrastructure.  We are also talking about […]

From Joan Salge Blake:

The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, a group of 13 independent experts, has just submitted a report with their science-based, dietary and lifestyle recommendations for the public. Using the information contained in this report, the government will be finalizing the soon-to-be released Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010. Similar to the last set of guidelines, the DG […]

SHA Announces New Dean

Christopher Muller, a seasoned entrepreneur, fourth-generation restaurateur and decorated educator, was named dean of Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration by President Brown.  Muller will succeed Dean James Stamas in August when he assumes the helm of SHA, which each year prepares some 400 students – in the classroom and in the field – for […]

From Joan Salge Blake:

MET Awarded Distance Learning Silver Medal

Metropolitan College’s Master of Science in Health Communication program was awarded a Silver Medal for best Practices in Distance Learning Programming by the United States Distance Learning Association.  The Health Communication program is taught in conjunction with the College of Communication.  MET Dean Jay Halfond said: “Our faculty and staff commit a substantial amount of […]

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Ed Harris at BU on Monday

We just confirmed that Ed Harris will be at the Gotlieb event scheduled for Monday night (5/10) at 5:30 PM in Metcalf Hall, honoring noted author Robert Parker.  The event is free and open to the public…

A Taste of BUA tonight at 808

Boston University Academy (BUA) will hold its 11th annual benefit auction A Taste of BUA tonight at 6:30 PM at 808 Gallery. The event will be hosted by NECN’s TV Diner personality Billy Costa and will include both live and silent auctions. Guests will enjoy food samples from area restaurants including Catering on the Charles, […]

Robert Lowell Memorial Lecture Series Tonight

BU’s Favorite Poem Project is hosting The Robert Lowell Memorial Lecture Series tonight which will include a poetry reading by Louise Glück, Dan Chiasson, Dana Levin, and Janet Foxman.  The lectures will take place on the fourth floor of the School of Management building at 7:30 PM.  The event will also include a reception and […]