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2016 Graduate Arts Research Grant applications are now live! The proposed research may be traditional research of the arts (e.g. musicology, art history, study of performance or literature of any kind) or research from any discipline on the impact of the arts. Funds may be used for travel to attend performances or exhibits, conduct archival research or other research related activities.
Students in Masters or Doctoral programs are encouraged to apply.
Please note that Grant recipients are required to present their project publicly at the 2016 Graduate Research Symposium to be held on April 11, 2016.
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8 St. Mary’s Street, Room 206
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888 Commonwealth Ave, 2nd Floor
Boston University Medical Campus
72 East Concord Street, Room L110
All students graduating in May must submit their thesis or dissertation by April 4. See the Thesis & Dissertation page for more information about format review and final submission.
Date: March 22, 2016
Location: George Sherman Union, 775 Commonwealth Avenue
Not sure if a career in research is meant for you? Or even quite what that means? This is the perfect time to find out. The BU Research Career Fair & Networking Event will feature a panel discussion from current BU employees in research support; a wine and cheese networking reception; and information tables and on the spot interviews. No matter if you’re just curious about the research support/administration world or a researcher with a well-established career, you’ll find something appealing at our open house. Learn more and RSVP at bu.edu/research/careerfair.
Dr. James Pokines, Assistant Professor of Anatomy & Neurobiology at BUSM, was published in the Journal of Forensic Anthropology for determining a signature of changes that occur to human remains, specifically bones, left outside in the New England environment. This signature or “patterning” can be used by law enforcement to help determine if remains have been moved after death from one environment to another and to separate natural changes to bone from those caused by possible perpetrators. Please learn more about Dr. Pokines’ research here.
McCahan Day is a great opportunity to showcase your innovative projects and research. This year’s theme is “Interactive Learning” and the Keynote speaker is Dr. Colin Montpetit.
Submit an abstract or propose a workshop by April 12th.
A message from the Boston University Associate Provost for Graduate Affairs:
The 2016 Graduate Research Symposium
will take place
April 11, 2016
George Sherman Union
This event is intended to honor and celebrate research by our graduate students and has been held at Boston University for two decades. Originally, the event focused on science and engineering research, but has been expanded in recent years to include the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Over time, the number and quality of presentations have grown enormously.
If you are a graduate student, we hope you will consider participating. If you are a member of the faculty or post-doc, we hope you will volunteer to judge and provide feedback, encourage graduate students to become involved, and persuade undergraduate students to attend.