Dorothy Boorse in Christianity Today Publication: The Death of a Whale Means Life for Generations

What happens when an 18-foot, multi-ton whale dies? Ocean life gets a grand, unexpected, decades-long feast. On a recent field trip to nearby Gloucester, Massachusetts, biology professor Dr. Dorothy Boorse and her students stumbled upon this very scene…. Read More

A Blend of Journalism and Fine Art

When you first enter assistant professor of communication arts Scott Thurman’s office you might be tempted to think it’s a student lounge with all the movie posters on the walls and interesting plants scattered around. But make no mistake.

Synergy: Jim Zingarelli’s Paintings at Berklee

Professor of Art Jim Zingarelli’s work will be featured in a performance and virtual exhibit at the Berklee College of Music next week. Synergy: Chord and Color features original scores and performances by saxophonist Gail McArthur-Browne and violinist Helen Sherrah-Davies (both professors… Read More

Tiny Turtle Sighting

This post—”Turtle Babies by MacDonald Hall!”—originally appeared on Wonder of Everyday Nature, a blog by Dr. Dorothy Boorse that chronicles her observations of the natural world around campus and the wider New England area. This ecology expert, who describes common… Read More

Peter Berger is Distinguished Visiting Scholar

                    Dr. Peter Berger, former Director of Boston University’s Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, and Professor Emeritus of Religion, Sociology and Theology at BU, has accepted a one-year appointment as… Read More