Arts and Sciences News
Executive Director of Health and Wellness Services Michelle Bowdler's new book "Is Rape a Crime? A Memoir, an Investigation, and a Manifesto" has been longlisted for the National Book Award for Nonfiction.
Michael Levin, Distinguished Professor, Department of Biology, is featured in this PBS NOVA documentary about new research on primitive life forms called slime molds.
GSAS outlines plan to strengthen support of diversity, inclusion, and equity.
An accomplished group of faculty will join A&S for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Stephanie Badde is the new Stibel Family Assistant Professor of Brain and Cognitive Science in the Department of Psychology, Kasso Akochaye Okoudjou is a new professor in the Department of Mathematics, and Steve Cicala is a new assistant professor in the Department of Economics.
The Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora welcomes two accomplished faculty members and looks ahead to a promising future.
The laws governing housing, along with redlining, were part of the systemic efforts to maintain structural racism, Julian Agyeman, Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning in a piece originally published in the Conversation
As a supplemental resource to the University's FAQ, the School of Arts and Sciences has gathered information specific to A&S staff and faculty.
The Boston Globe highlights Associate Professor of Music Stephan Pennington's livestreamed fundraising lecture on Black music history and civil rights