Category: Prospective Student
Congratulations to Mark Wojnarowicz of the Goldstein Lab for winning the 2016 School of Medicine Doctoral Award for his poster, “Blood-Brain Barrier Dysfunction, Neuroinflammation, and Early Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy-Linked Neuropathology in a Mouse Model of Concussive Impact Neurotrauma.”
Congratulations also to Andrew Fisher for winning the College of Engineering Dean’s Award for his paper, “Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Blast-Exposed Military Veterans and a Blast Neurotrauma Mouse Model.”
Attention all incoming Division of Graduate Medical Sciences students: Fall 2016 Orientation for all students not enrolled in the M.S. in Oral Health Sciences program will be held on the morning of Friday, September 2, 2016. Several degree programs will be holding information sessions specifically tailored for program participants in the afternoon of September 2nd, directly following general GMS Orientation. Orientation information is outlined in the “Welcome Letter” to Boston University that you will receive upon submitting your tuition deposit and officially confirming your seat in the cohort entering Fall 2016. Additional Orientation details will be sent throughout the summer of 2016. Please contact Samantha Straitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions regarding Orientation.
The Division of Graduate Medical Sciences is proud to celebrate the achievements of our doctoral and masters students. Congratulations and best wishes to our graduates!
2:00pm on Thursday, May 12
925 Commonwealth Ave
10:00am on Friday, May 13
Metcalf Hall in George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Ave
Graduates will receive emails with information about regalia and day-of instructions.
Attendees can access information about parking, a schedule of events, and more by clicking the links above or visiting the All University Commencement site.
The Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities, of which BU is a member, has issued an RFP of the 2016 National Conference, ArtsRx: Creative Venture, Wellbeing and the New Humanities, to be held at the University of Colorado Denver from November 3-5, 2016. The RFP deadline is May 20th. Information and submission forms for the National Conference can be found here.
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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.