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Tufts University may soon have to provide the City of Somerville with a list of all students living in off-campus housing, some of whom may be breaking city law. The recently proposed "University Accountability" ordinance, drafted by Alderman Bill White and based on a similar law in the City of Boston, is aimed at helping the city crack down on residences in the area with more than four unrelated persons living together in one housing unit, a violation of the city's Zoning Ordinance.
Nanette Collins works with semiconductor, EDA and IP companies to develop strategic marketing and Public Relations programs to support sales channels, build awareness, establish credibility and visibility. She is a recipient of the Marie R. Pistilli Women in EDA Achievement Award presented annually to an individual who has helped advance women in EDA.
Do you know what the deadliest disease is? Hint: It's not Ebola No one knows what the death toll in the Ebola epidemic will be. As of Tuesday, nearly 2,500 people have died and nearly 5,000 have caught the virus, the World Health Organization says .
Lillian Mondaro was a college student at Seton Hall University in New Jersey when one day "an overwhelming feeling of fear" suddenly washed through her entire body. Her face flushed bright red.
FORMA Therapeutics announced today that Mary Wadlinger has been appointed to the position of Senior Vice President, Human Resources. Mary joins FORMA having 25 years of experience as a strategic human resources leader in biotechnology and global biopharmaceuticals as well as consumer and nonprofit organizations.
High school biology taught us that we inherit certain traits from our parents that are pre-determined. But what if you could change how these genes play out by taking certain drugs or better yet, just changing your diet? That's exactly what a team of researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine have proposed through their research of epigenetics.
Nearly 4,000 people, including clergy and high-ranking church officials from across the country, gathered at Boston University's Agganis Arena Saturday morning for the consecration of the Rev. Alan M. Gates, 56, who was elected as the new Bishop of the Episcopal Dioceses of Massachusetts.
Boston Calling Music Festival has been guaranteed to continue at City Hall Plaza through 2017. PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA WIMLEY/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF Concertgoers of Boston's well-known Boston Calling Music Festival can look forward to several more shows, after the City of Boston announced its decision to continue to hold the festival at City Hall Plaza through 2017.
Assistant Professor of International Health at the Center for Global Health and Development Jacob Bor was awarded the Peter Paul Professorship in 2014. PHOTO COURTESY JACOB BOR Three assistant faculty members at Boston University received the Peter Paul Career Development Professorship, garnering more than $100,000 over the next three years to continue work and research they have conducted during their term at BU, the university announced Monday.
The Boston University School of Public Health has appointed Sandro Galea, formerly of Columbia University, as its new dean. He assumes the position on Jan. 1. PHOTO COURTESY SANDRO GALEA The Boston University School of Public Health has appointed a new dean who is an accomplished physician and teacher of epidemiology, BU announced in an email to faculty and staff Friday.
Enumeral Biomedical Holdings, Inc. , today announced that Kevin Sarney, CPA, has been appointed Vice President of Finance and Chief Accounting Officer. Mr. Sarney brings significant finance, accounting, operations and SEC reporting experience to Enumeral having served over 15 years in the life science industry in both early-stage and publicly traded companies.
Harvard students are well-liked, Berklee College of Music has a pretty big gender popularity divide, and Brandeis students are picky with their dates. Those findings come courtesy of an analysis of the popularity of local college students who use the Coffee Meets Bagel dating app.
Several weeks ago, Northeastern University's president dropped by The Washington Post to talk up the private institution in Boston. Joseph E. Aoun wanted to get the word out about "experiential learning" programs that combine professional work with academic scholarship in an attempt to position students for high-powered careers.
One of the things I love about fall is the fairs and carnivals. The biggest of them all - where I live at least - is the Big E in West Springfield, Massachusetts.
Twelve students at the Academy of Notre Dame have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on Advanced Placement exams for the 2014 session. The College Board's Advanced Placement Program provides academically prepared students with an opportunity to take rigorous, college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement in college classes or both, for successful performances on AP Exams.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 01:54 am
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