The BUMC Provost’s Office is looking for candidates for the 2020 Staff Management Acumen and Performance (MAP) Program. The five-month program will is geared to leaders, managers or individual contributors who are looking for the next step in professional development.
The Provost’s Office is looking for candidates for the 2019 IHSIP & BUMC Emerging Leaders Program. The two-day workshop will be held Oct. 25-26 at BU’s Institute for Health System Innovation & Policy and focuses on developing the leadership skills of junior faculty.
To help relieve some of the financial burden on scientists and researchers, the National Institutes of Health (NIH)Loan Repayment Programs repay up to $35,000/year of debt, for two years, in exchange for a commitment to engage in NIH mission-relevant research. Applicants can apply for renewal awards until all educational debt is repaid.
The University Provost and theFree Speech Committeesare developing an institutional statement and policies for Boston University around the issue of free speech on campus and need input. Join this community conversations to share your ideas, perspective and feedback.
Representatives from more than a dozen organizations are ready to meet and counsel students on a variety of topics. Students from all across the BU Graduate and Professional programs are welcome to attend.