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2 hrs ago | Business Wire
She is responsible for Human Resources, Corporate Communications, Corporate Services and Information Technology and continues to report to James D. Wehr, president and chief executive officer.
7 hrs ago | PanArmenian Network
PanARMENIAN.Net - Jasmine Chobanian, who was regarded as the "First Lady" of Boston University during the many years that her husband Aram V. Chobanian, MD, served in University leadership, both as dean of the School of Medicine and the ninth president of Boston University , died last week after a brief illness, BU Today reported.
10 hrs ago | East Bay Express
Last week, I wrote about a brewing controversy at Newman Hall Holy Spirit Parish in Berkeley regarding the dismissal of two beloved priests - one who has spoken openly about being gay.
We've come to know a great deal about the world of the Bible. We collectively know so much, in fact, that it's a challenge to survey all the available knowledge, even on a single city or era.
Bayside resident Eileen Sherman, Ph.D., has been appointed Dean of Alverno College's School of Business.
Technology can be a big challenge, particularly for online students who tend to be older and less familiar with newer tools.
A new study has shown that it is possible to predict long-term cancer risk from a chemical exposure by measuring the short-term effects of that same exposure.
Nadine Maleski LLC is pleased to announce that Adam M. Eisenhut and Katarzyna A. Zielinski have become partners of the firm.
Boston University School of Medicine researchers may have found a way to delay or even prevent Alzheimer's disease .
Many chemicals have been linked to the development of cancer, but the cancer-causing potential of thousands of others is unknown.
The superintendent of the Newton Public Schools, facing questions that he plagiarized passages from Governor Deval Patrick in a graduation speech last month, said today he should have cited Patrick and has asked the city's school committee to take action on the matter.
We all remember that awkward day. But for the first time, researchers have determined the genetic markers that determine the timing of a woman's first period, opening the doors to determining a woman's risk for disease later in life.
Sacco, 45, of Medford, Massachusetts, and a former Boston University standout, served as an assistant coach for the Buffalo Sabres last season.
While the Market Basket saga could be described as a "family food fight" within a private business, any elected officials in Massachusetts or New Hampshire who choose not to get involved could wind up with pie in their faces, several political analysts interviewed by the Sun said Wednesday.
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