Tagged: experience

Alumni Profiles: Martha Muñoz

(Core ’05, CAS ’07) Years at Boston University: 4 years Current location: Medford, MA  (but works in Cambridge) Company and Title:  ”I’m currently a PhD candidate in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard. I’m also affiliated with the Department of Herpetology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard.” Recent activities: “I recently ran two legs […]

Alumni Profiles: Benjamin Flaim

(Core ’98, CAS ’00) Years at Boston University: 4 years. Current location: Boston, MA, USA. Company and Title: Vice President at Goldman Sachs. Recent Activity: Benjamin writes: Two young kids and a rewarding job. Married to my BU girlfriend. What more could I ask for? Benefits of the Core: Benjamin writes: Core helps me look at the […]

Alumni Profiles: Fabiana Cabral

(Core 08’, CAS 10’)  Years at Boston University: 7 years. Fabiana writes: I spent four years at BU as an undergrad, but have spent the last three post-graduation years always involved in the university in some capacity (involved with Core’s EnCore group, student theater groups, etc.). Current location: Boston, MA, USA. Company and Title: Employee at […]

Alumni Profiles: Kim Santo

(Core ’98, CAS ’00) Years at Boston University: 16 years Current location: Boston, MA, USA Company and Title: Boston University, Assistant Director of Judicial Affairs. Kim writes: “I often joke that I arrived here in 1996 and BU hasn’t been able to get rid of me yet. Higher education administration is a vocation that I more or […]

MassMoca Trip in March

The Core encourages students to join the BU Art History Association on a trip to MassMoca on Saturday March 2nd. MassMoca is one of the largest centers for contemporary visual and performing arts in the country (for their official site, visit http://bit.ly/XwXaBv). The cost of the trip is $10 and includes transportation, guided tour, and box […]

Spring 2013 Core Mentoring for First-Year Students

What will Nate and Gayle, the Core Mentors, be doing this semester? For students in CC102, they will be holding periodic reviews on books that have proven to be particularly challenging for students in the past. These reviews are entirely optional but highly encouraged. They will provide students with another chance to review the material […]