Category: Campus Events

The Washington Perspective: Foreign Policy in 2011

Event: P.J. Crowley – The Washington Perspective: Foreign Policy in 2011 Host: College of Communication (COM) Date: Thursday, March 10, 2011 Time: 12 – 2 p.m. Place: COM student lounge (640 Commonwealth Ave.) Admission: Free and open to the public P.J. Crowley, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs, U.S. Dept. of State, is the public […]

Can leaks threaten our democracy?

It’s the flip side of the WikiLeaks story. Should the media be prosecuted for publishing classified information that might jeopardize national security? Hosted by the College of Communication (COM), come hear from Gabriel Schoenfeld, author of the new book, Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media and the Rule of Law. Event: Can Leaks Threaten Our Democracy? Host: College […]

SED hosting Deaf Deaf World event tonight

SED‘s Deaf Studies Program is hosting an expected 300 attendees for their Deaf Deaf World (DDW) event tonight from 5-7 in the GSU’s Metcalf Ballroom.  The event will be is an opportunity for ASL, Deaf Studies and Deaf Education graduate students to step out and begin to experience and appreciate Deaf Culture and learn about […]

Month-long women’s film festival starts tonight

Women’s studies is hosting month-long film festival WOMEN TAKE THE REEL: A film festival celebrating Women’s History Month, along with their Graduate Consortium (GCMS) counterparts (MIT, Boston College, Brandeis University, Harvard University, Northeastern University, Simmons College and UMass Boston), starting tonight with a screening of Never Perfect by Regina Park at MIT.  On Tuesday, March […]

PR Advanced: Be the Change

On Saturday, February 26, I attended PRSSA’s PR Advanced Conference: Be the Change. Attended by students from 22 different US colleges, the conference featured some of the brightest minds from the top public relations agencies from around the country. The day kicked off with an inspiring keynote speech by Jon Iwata, IBM’s Senior Vice President […]

Winterfest weekend begins tonight

The BU Alumni Association is kicking off their annual WinterFest weekend tonight.  This year features family-friendly programming like an ice hockey game with tailgating, a BU Quidditch match, ice sculpting, ice skating and sessions with some of BU’s most distinguished faculty.

Boston Ballet dance spotlight tonight at Tsai

The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center will host a Dance Spotlight with the Boston Ballet tonight at 7 PM at the Tsai Center. The event will include excerpts from William Forsythe’s The Second Detail, a Boston Ballet premiere, Helen Pickett’s sensual pas de deux Tsukiyo and Boston Ballet’s Resident Choreographer Jorma Elo’s Plan to B.  […]

SED junior pinning tonight

The School of Education (SED) will host their annual Junior Pinning ceremony tonight at 7:30 PM in SMG 105.  SED established the event to honor students as they enter the final professional coursework of their academic programs and to provide an opportunity for those students to celebrate their commitment to the education profession. During this […]

COM to honor PR legend Harold Burson

Harold Burson, one of the world’s most successful public relations practitioners, will be honored Friday, February 18 when Boston University’s College of Communication (COM) helps him celebrate his 90th birthday with a symposium beginning at 1 p.m. in the Colloquium Room of the Photonics Center (8 St. Mary’s Street, Boston).  The event is free and […]

“Race to Nowhere” Screening tonight

The Boston University School of Education, College of Communication and on-campus high school, Boston University Academy, are hosting a screening of the critically acclaimed documentary “Race to Nowhere: The Dark Side of America’s Achievement Culture” tonight at 7 PM in the Tsai Performance Center. The film screening is free and open to the public; tickets […]