Tagged: Dean of Students

Special Coffee & Conversation today on Obama announcement of Osama bin Laden’s death

In reaction to President Obama’s announcement late last night of the death of Osama bin Laden, the Dean of Students (DOS) office is hosting a special Coffee & Conversation today from 3-5 PM ET in the Howard Thurman Center (George Sherman Union, 775 Commonwealth Ave, Lower Level).  Can’t make it?  DOS will be live-streaming it […]

MTV’s “Staying Alive Ignite” HIV/AIDS awareness campaign comes to campus April 21 & 22

As part of MTV’s “Staying Alive” campaign, “Ignite” addresses the stigmas of an HIV or AIDS diagnosis — as well as virus education and attitudes about safe sex — against the backdrop of youth culture in various locales, including Kenya, Trinidad and Tobago, and Ukraine. On April 21st and 22nd, the campaign is coming to […]

Dean of Students’ “Green Team” recruiting for April 2011

The Boston University Dean of Students office is teaming up with the Boston Red Sox for another year with the Green Team — collecting recyclables between innings to help with sustainability efforts at Fenway. Learn more about the BU Green Team on the Dean of Students website. Photo courtesy Susan Lebovits.

2011 Class Gift Campaign Challenge

Dean of Students Kenn Elmore has just announced a challenge to the graduating Class of 2011;  if 2,011 members of the graduating class gift the University $2,011 by midnight on May 21, 2011, the night before commencement, he will tux up and jump into the Charles River. Watch this video on YouTube In addition, if […]

Welcoming the Terriers of 2015: A note from our Dean of Students

Over the weekend, Boston University sent out a round of invitations to the Class of 2015. Our Dean of Students, Kenneth Elmore, has a few words for our new Terriers as they make their final decisions. Invitations Are Out — Hey New Terriers! (Kenn 2.0) More: A Few Favorite Things (Kenn 2.0)

Hey Seniors, Check this out

Now that I’m back from Spring Break, I’m faced with a  harsh reality check:  commencement is just around the corner. In fact, exactly 2 months from today we will be filling onto Nickerson Field in those gorgeous red gowns to collect the most important piece of paper we have ever earned. If the very thought […]

Human Rights Advocate to Speak at Metcalf

The Dean of Students Office, Howard Thurman Center, Women’s Resource Center and Student Activities Office host renowned microfinancer and human rights advocate Padma Venkataraman to speak on issues facing women and women’s empowerment tonight at 7 PM at Metcalf Hall. Venkataraman spent nearly 20 years in the United Nations in Vienna as a permanent representative […]