Transportation Services for Jan. 16, Martin Luther King Day

January 13th, 2017 in Uncategorized.

  The Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday will be celebrated on Monday, Jan. 16. Below is parking and commuting information for that day only. All parking facilities will be open. 610 Garage monthly parkers may park in the 710 Albany Street or Doctors Office Building (DOB) garages. Those who are not enrolled in the monthly parking program... More

TranSComm Offers 20+ Discounts, Services and Programs

January 3rd, 2017 in Announcements, Featured.

Since 1991, TranSComm has been helping students, employees, patients, and visitors with their transportation needs. Learn about their services and promotions. More

Jan. 19 Event Celebrates Legacy of MLK

December 21st, 2016 in Featured.

Join Associate Provost and Dean of Students Kenneth Elmore, JD, for a conversation about the current national climate and its implications for diversity, inclusion, health care and other areas. More

Jan. 17 Implementation in Progress Lunchtime Series

December 20th, 2016 in Featured.

Meeting will focus on opportunities to apply regression discontinuity design to ongoing quality improvement initiatives such as readmission reduction efforts. Open to faculty and staff More

Legalized Marijuana: What You Need to Know

December 15th, 2016 in Featured.

Public use, smoking under age 21 still illegal The legalization in Massachusetts of recreational marijuana use, starting December 15, doesn’t mean that every Terrier will now be able to light up. And for those who can, smoking pot on campus, including in dorms rooms, will still be illegal. While the ballot initiative passed by voters last month... More

New Degree Program Focuses on Health Sciences Education

December 8th, 2016 in Featured.

This October, a new program – the Master’s of Science in Health Sciences Education (MSHSE) – was unanimously approved by BU School of Medicine, the University Council Committee on Graduate Programs and Policies and the University Council. The program is offered through the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences (GMS), in collaboration with the School of... More

Study Finds that School Shootings Less Likely in States with Background Checks

December 7th, 2016 in Featured.

In a bid to address gun violence, researchers from Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health and Columbia School of Law drew analysis of media coverage of school shootings between 2013 and 2015 to see if the frequency of these events could be linked to state-level factors. The study, led by Assistant Professor of Medicine... More

BUSM Mannequin Challenge

December 5th, 2016 in Featured.

Students, faculty and staff took part in the Mannequin Challenge all around the medical school. Take a look! More

Dec. 5: The Health Consequences of Marijuana Use

November 29th, 2016 in Announcements, Featured.

The Schools of Medicine, Public Health, and the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine invite faculty, fellows, residents, students and staff to discuss the effects of marijuana use on primary care, child development, abuse potential, and health policy. More

2017 Parking Decals Available

November 29th, 2016 in Announcements.

The Parking Office is now issuing 2017 parking permit decals to existing parkers. More