After a devastating year, we asked CAS researchers and experts how they were going to make the world a better place in 2021Read More
The Associate Professor of Chemistry?is rethinking graduate education—amidst a global pandemic and a growing antiracism moment—in her new role.
Arts & Science Majors
The renowned author joins the CAS History Department and will start a new BU Center dedicated to anti-racism research.
Being an older adult in America is a very unequal business, explains sociologist Deborah Carr.
How CAS astronomy researchers discovered something new about stars through their telescopes.
Three BU computer scientists will help keep your Census data private and protected
Faculty in the political science and sociology departments received grant money to research how COVID-19 is affecting society.
Gorefest! A Halloween Reading of Greek and Roman Tragedy
The CAS community remembers the beloved professor, colleague, and renowned scholar of archaeology and anthropology.
2020 Elections "History's First Draft" Series: A First Look Back
Join CAS, in partnership with LAW and the Howard Thurman Center, for a series of events discussing the 2020 elections.
Post-Election Reflections: a Boston University Student-Faculty Forum
Watch the lecture, where CAS Computer Scientist Kate Saenko spoke about preventing dataset biases in AI.
Dear Arts & Sciences Students, Faculty, and Staff, I am very pleased to announce the formation of the CAS Diversity & Inclusion?Action?Team. This?Action?Team?was formally recommended by the CAS Diversity & Inclusion Committee’s 2017 report. It will serve as a representative group across CAS & GRS that will facilitate and implement diversity and inclusion efforts, while… More
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