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Mary Blanchard, MLIS, Announces Retirement

February 20th, 2020in Announcements, Featured

Mary Blanchard, MLIS, Library Director of the Alumni Medical Library, has announced her plans to retire as of Aug. 31. Mary obtained her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in Food & Resource Economics and worked in healthcare nutrition services prior to embarking on a library career. She received her Master’s degree... More

Check Out Enhancements to BU Profiles

February 20th, 2020in Announcements, Featured, Research

There are several enhancements to BU Profiles, our research networking initiative launched in 2012. You can scan the Profiles of the 3,800 BU faculty, postdocs, students and others to find specific expertise and identify potential collaborators and mentors. See screenshots and more info at http://profiles.bu.edu/whatsnew/. New Features Each person’s membership in more than 15 Centers &... More

Participate in BUMC Art Days 2020

January 15th, 2020in Announcements, Featured

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to submit artwork of any medium to the 30th annual BUMC Gallery for the Arts, sponsored by the Provost's Office, which will be held Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 18-19. Art Days was started by BU President Emeritus and BUSM Dean Emeritus Aram Chobanian to foster the support and growth of the... More

Jan. 15-29 | Fiber Splicing at Dental School

January 14th, 2020in Announcements, Featured

As part of the renovation project at the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine at 635 Albany St., workers will be splicing an existing bundle of cables that run through the Dental School from the Newton Pavilion building (88 East Newton St.) and out to Albany Street. Work will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 15. and... More

1/10 Electrical Shutdown in Housman Building (R)

January 7th, 2020in Announcements, Featured

On Friday, Jan. 10, between 4-8 a.m., all electrical power will be shut down in the Housman Building (R). IMPORTANT: All computers and copiers must be manually turned off before leaving the office on Thursday, Jan. 9. The standby generator will run to maintain standby power to all electrical loads normally served by a generator.          If you have any tests running overnight Jan. 9-10, More

2/4 Provost Workshop: Exploring Opportunities at the Nexus of Computing, Data Sciences

January 6th, 2020in Announcements, Featured

You are invited to a two-hour, interactive symposium to discuss the best strategies for Medical Campus faculty, students and staff to engage with current and future University initiatives at the nexus of Computing and Data Sciences. Join Azer Bestavros, PhD, Warren Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, and Associate Provost for Computing & Data Sciences. Dr. Bestavros leads... More

1/11 Electrical Shutdown in Fuller Building

January 6th, 2020in Announcements, Featured

On Saturday, Jan. 11, from 7-11 a.m., electrical power in the Solomon Carter Fuller Building will be switched to an emergency generator to make repairs to a circuit breaker. Floors 5-10 will be impacted. During this time, only equipment plugged into red emergency outlets will be operational. Phones, computers and fax machines will be powered by... More