万维百科

波士顿大学本文重定向自 波士頓大學

(重定向自Boston University)
波士顿大学
Boston University
拉丁文:Universitas Bostoniensis
Boston University seal.svg
波士顿大学校徽
校训Learning, Virtue, Piety
(学习 美德 敬虔)
创建时间1839年创建;1869年立案
学校类型私立研究综合大学
校长Robert A. Brown
教师人数3,888[1]
职工人数9,974 (包括教师)
学生人数33,421(2014)
本科生人数16,512(2014)
研究生人数14,032(2014)
校址 美国马萨诸塞州波士顿市
校区城市
诺贝尔奖得主8
校队21支校队
NCAA 第一级
代表色大红和白色[2]   [3]
昵称Terriers
吉祥物Rhett the Boston Terrier
隶属AAU
Patriot League
网站www.bu.edu
Boston University wordmark.svg
位置
Marsh广场

波士顿大学Boston University, 通常简称 BU 或 Boston U)是一所位于美国马萨诸塞州波士顿的著名私立研究型大学。该校主校区位于波士顿查尔士河河畔的现址。该校于波士顿市区南边的长木医学区设有医学院校区。

波士顿大学拥有大约3800多名学术性教职工和33000多名在校学生,同时也是波士顿最大的大学。学校通过所属的18个学院授予学士学位,硕士学位,博士学位以及医学,牙科,商科和法学学位。波士顿大学是美国大学协会(AAU)和爱国者联盟(Patriot League)成员。综合位列2020软科世界大学学术排名第90位,2021泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名第54位,2021QS世界大学排名第110位,2021U.S. News世界大学排名第57位。[4][5][6][7]

截止2018年,波士顿大学的校友、教授及研究人员中,共有9位诺贝尔奖得主(包括马丁·路德·金埃利·维瑟尔),23位普利策奖得主,10位罗德奖学金得主,6位马歇尔奖学金得主,9位奥斯卡金像奖得主,以及众多艾美奖托尼奖得主。该校过去和现在还有多位 麦克阿瑟奖斯隆奖和Guggenheim Fellowship得主。学校还拥有多名美国文理科学院美国国家科学院美国国家工程院院士在此工作或曾于此就读。

录取生源

2017年,波士顿大学共收到60815份申请书,从中录取约3400名新生[1]。录取率仅为2.5%。实际入学人数为3484人。

2015年秋季入学的本科学期中学校共收到了54757份申请书,从中录取大约3.2%,或3600名学生(并非所有录取学生都会入学)。录取新生的平均SAT成绩为2039分,平均ACT成绩为31,且在学生的高中班级排名大约为前8%。根据注册入学的学生信息数据库统计,其中50.6%为白人,14%为亚裔,11.6%的国际学生,8.6%的西班牙裔和3.2%的黑人或非裔美国人。波士顿大学的国际学生中有18%来自中国大陆,12%来自韩国,11%来自印度,6%来自台湾,4%来自日本,3%来自土耳其,2%来自泰国,2%来自沙特阿拉伯以及2%来自墨西哥。国际学生在新注册的学生中占7%,其中26%就读本科学位,47%就读研究生学位,以及27%就读于其他教育课程。波士顿大学同时也是私立大学中第二大的犹太人就读学校(排在纽约大学之后),学生中有大约3000至4000人,或大致15%为犹太人。 学生中有19%来自麻省,另外16%来自纽约州,9%来自纽泽西州,8%来自加州,4%来自康涅狄格州以及4%来自宾夕法尼亚州,2%来自德克萨斯州。

学术

院系设置

波士顿大学通过所属的18个学院提供本科学位,硕士学位,博士学位,以及医学,牙科,法学学位。学校中最新的学院是2014年建立的 Frederick S. Pardee 国际研究学院。 Pardee国际研究学院的前身是波士顿大学国际关系系。Pardee国际研究学院是APSIA助理会员单位,APSIA是世界范围内国际事务学科最顶级的学术联盟。最新的命名是2015年重新命名的 Questrom 商学院。

学校的每一个学院都有一个三位英文字母简称,例如文理学院通常被简称为 CAS,商学院通常被简称位 QSB,教育学院则为 SED。

排名

远看校园的一部分

波士顿大学位列2020软科世界大学学术排名第90位,2021泰晤士高等教育世界大学排名第54位,2021QS世界大学排名第110位,2021U.S. News世界大学排名第57位。[8][9][10][11]

在2021年的美国新闻与世界报导(US News & World Report)美国国内大学排名中波士顿大学位列第42位。在同一份排名系统中,波士顿大学研究生院按领域排名为:法学第20位,医学研究第29位,工程第36位,商学第48位,教育第39位。

在2014年的QS世界大学排名中,波士顿大学位列世界最佳大学排名之第78位,美国最佳大学之25位。同时学校也在QS世界大学排名的评价系统中获得最高的五星评级。

校园交通

波士顿大学位于查尔斯河畔密度较高的城区,步行,自行车,公共交通较为便利,不适合驾车出行。波士顿轻轨绿线的B支线设有Saint Paul Street, Boston University West, Boston University Central, Boston University East, Blandford Street等站点服务狭长的波士顿大学校园。从校园出发坐波士顿轻轨绿线B支线到市中心Park Street(可换乘波士顿地铁红线)仅需14分钟,到Boylston Street站(位于波士顿公园东南角,距波士顿唐人街200米)约12分钟,到Copley站(三一教堂波士顿公共图书馆所在地)约10分钟,到波士顿学院约22分钟。

高频率发车的公交57路途径波士顿大学,连接Watertown和Kenmore轻轨站。距离Questrom商学院300米的Kenmore轻轨站可搭乘公交8路(途径东北大学和Southbay Mall购物区),60路(终点站The Shops at Chestnut Hill商场,车程25分钟)和65路。波士顿地区轨道交通,巴士和轮渡的具体线路及班次信息可在MBTA官网查询。

前往波士顿洛根国际机场可搭乘轻轨B支线到终点站Park Street站后换乘进城方向的绿线C,D,E支线列车(C线North Station方向,D线Government Center方向,E线North Station方向)坐一站到Government Center站换乘波士顿地铁蓝线到机场。

体育竞技

Student Village

该校为著名的“爱国者联盟”(Patriot League)成员之一。

该校冰球校历史悠久,属于“冰球东部协会”(Hockey East Association);并参与“北美十三州体育协会”(Colonial Athletic Association)及“东部大学体育联盟”(Eastern College Athletic Conference)等约十种室内外体育竞赛,包括足球垒球曲棍球赛艇、户外赛跑游泳等。该校篮球队与其他八所位于新英格兰地区、纽约州及马里兰州的大学共同属于“美东联盟”(America East Conference)。正式参与竞赛等级均属美国“全国大学体育协会”第一级(Division I)。[12]

2009年,男子冰球校队赢得全国总冠军。

校队主色是猩红色,昵称为“㹴犬”(Terriers),吉祥物名唤“瑞德”(Rhett),是条项圈带刺、叉手咧嘴的小猎犬。“瑞德”命名的灵感,来自美国1930年代畅销小说《》中的经典名句:“世上再没人比瑞德更爱思嘉了。”(No one loves Scarlet more than Rhett)。书中女主角郝思嘉(Scarlet O'Hara)的名字,恰与猩红色英文同字;而“瑞德”即源自男主角白瑞德(Rhett Butler)的名字。[13]

著名校友

宗教界

普利策奖得主

  • Tom Fiedler (MS COM 1971), Executive Editor, Miami Herald, 1991 普利策奖
  • Ethan Forman, 2003 普利策奖 winner
  • Daniel Goodrich (COM 1975), Photographer, Newsday, 1997 普利策奖
  • Stan Grossfeld (MS COM 1980), Associate Editor, Boston Globe, 1984 普利策奖
  • Joseph Hallinan (BS COM 1984), Reporter, Wall Street Journal, 1991 普利策奖
  • Kenneth Irby 1992, 1993, and 1995 普利策奖
  • Stephen Kurkjian (BA COM 1966), Senior Metro Editor, Boston Globe, 1972, 1980和2003 普利策奖
  • Jhumpa Lahiri (MA GRS 1993, MA UNI 1995, PhD UNI 1997), 2000 普利策奖
  • Justin Lane, Freelance Photographer, 2002 普利策奖
  • Patricia Maldonado, former Staff Writer, Miami Herald, 1999 普利策奖
  • Gerald O'Neil, former Reporter, Boston Globe, 1972 普利策奖
  • Michael Rezendes, Reporter, Boston Globe, 2003 普利策奖
  • Sacha Pfeiffer, Reporter, Boston Globe, 2003 普利策奖
  • James Savage, Retired Associate Editor, Miami Herald, 1987 and 1993 news staff 普利策奖
  • William Sherman, Reporter, New York Daily News, 普利策奖, 艾美奖 and 皮博迪奖 winner
  • Mark Thompson (BS COM 1975), Senior Correspondent, Time Magazine, 1985 普利策奖
  • Don Van Natta, Jr. (BS COM 1986), Correspondent, New York Times, 1993, 1999, and 2002 普利策奖
  • Joan Vennochi, Columnist, Boston Globe, 1980 普利策奖
  • Helen Ubinas (BS COM 1994), Columnist, Hartford Courant, 1999 普利策奖
  • Susan Walsh (BS COM 1987), Staff Photographer, Associated Press, 1999 普利策奖
  • Meredith Warren, 2003 普利策奖
  • David Barboza, The New York Times, 2013, 普利策奖

新闻界(含纪录片制作及广播业界)

  • Elissa Altman, food writer, The Huffington Post, restaurant critic, Hartford Courant
  • Mike Barnicle, Journalist, Radio Host
  • Peter Botte, (SMG 1990 BSB) Sportswriter, New York Daily News, The Hockey News.
  • Liz Cho, WABC-TV News Anchor
  • Christine Chubbuck, television reporter who committed suicide on live television in 1974
  • Elizabeth Cohen, CNN medical correspondent
  • Joe Concannon, (deceased), Sports writer, Boston Globe
  • Fabien Cousteau, (BS '91), Aquatic filmmaker, grandson of Jacques Cousteau
  • David Doubilet (COM 1970 BS), underwater photographer, National Geographic
  • Mark Feinsand, (COM 1996 BS)Sportswriter, New York Daily News.
  • Tyler Hicks, photographer, 《***》
  • Erica Hill, anchor, CNN Headline News
  • Jeremy Hobson, reporter, Marketplace
  • Yunghi Kim, Pulitzer Prize nominated photographer
  • Michele LaFountain, Anchor, ESPN SportsCenter en espanól
  • Peter T. Maiale, 获“有色人种促进协会形象奖
  • Albert Maysles, Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker
  • Kevin Merida, Associate Editor, 《华盛顿邮报
  • Carl Mydans, (CBA BS 1930), Photographic journalist with Life Magazine from 1936 into the 1950s
  • Joseph Nocera, columnist, 《***》
  • Bill O'Reilly, (MS '75), Radio & Television personality
  • Melanie Page, Former CNBC employee
  • Anthony Radziwill, NBC anchor and reporter
  • Jay Severin, commentator, politico
  • Casey Sherman, Bestselling author of A Rose for Mary, Black Irish & The Finest Hours
  • Bill Simmons, (COM 1993 MS) Podcaster, Writer for ESPN's Page2
  • Howard Stern (CGS 1974 NDP, SPC 1976 BS), shock jock, radio personality, "King of Sirius XM Radio"
  • Sharon Tay, host, MSNBC
  • Anthony Tommasini, Chief Music Critic, 《***》
  • Nina Totenberg, (COM 1965) correspondent for National Public Radio
  • Gary Tuchman, (COM 1982 BS) reporter, CNN
  • Dana Tyler, Emmy Award winning news anchor
  • Linda Vester, host, Fox News Channel

美国政界

美国州长

  • Lincoln Almond, (JD 1961), former Governor of Rhode Island
  • John Lewis Bates (CLA A.B. 1882, LAW LL. B. 1885), former Governor of Massachusetts.
  • Albert O. Brown, (LL.B. 1884), former Governor of New Hampshire
  • Fred H. Brown, (attended LAW 1904/06, no degree), former Governor of New Hampshire, former U.S. Congressman
  • Paul Dever, (JD 1926), former Governor of Massachusetts
  • Samuel D. Felker, (LL.B. 1887), former Governor of New Hampshire
  • Judd Gregg, (JD), U.S. Senator, former Governor of New Hampshire
  • Bob McDonnell, (M.S.B.A. 1980), elect-Governor of Virginia
  • Gary Locke (JD 1975), former Governor of Washington
  • J. Howard McGrath, (JD 1929), former U.S. Senator, former Governor of Rhode Island
  • William Russell, (LL.B. 1879), former Governor of Massachusetts.
  • David I. Walsh, (LL.B. 1897), former U.S. Senator, former Governor of Massachusetts

美国国会议员

  • Joseph E. Casey, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Antonio Colorado, (BS 1962) Resident Commissioner in US Congress from Puerto Rico
  • Paul Cronin, former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • John Crosby, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Emilio Q. Daddario, (law), former U.S. Congressman (CT)
  • Norman D'Amours, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (NH)
  • Louise Day Hicks, former U.S. Congresswoman (MA)
  • Brian J. Donnelly, (BS 1970), former U.S. Congressman (MA), former US Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago,
  • Charles Douglas III, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (NH)
  • Forrest Goodwin, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (ME)
  • Daniel Granger, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (RI)
  • Arthur Daniel Healey, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA), and U.S. federal judge
  • John Patrick Higgins, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Joe Hoeffel, (BS ), former U.S. Congressman (PA)
  • Barbara Jordan, (JD), former U.S. Congresswoman (TX)
  • Charles Joyce, (Newbury Seminary, pre-1850), former U.S. Congressman (VT)
  • Ambrose Kennedy, (JB LAW 1906), former U.S. Congressman (RI)
  • James Maloney, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (CT)
  • Jim Marshall, (JD), U.S. Congressman (GA)
  • Connie Morella, former U.S. Congresswoman (MD), former Maryland State Senator
  • Frank Morse, former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Henry Naphen, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Jeremiah O'Connell, former U.S. Congressman (RI)
  • Ernest W. Roberts, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Ferdinand St. Germain, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (RI)
  • Charles Sprague, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Robert Stafford, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (VT)
  • Walter Stiness, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (RI)
  • John Sullivan, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Joseph Walsh, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)
  • Edward Wason, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (NH)
  • George Williams, (JD), former U.S. Congressman (MA)

其他

  • Keith B. Alexander, (MBA), Director, National Security Agency
  • Armand Arabian, Retired Justice, California Supreme Court
  • Jennifer M. Callahan, (B.A., B.S.), member of the Mass. House of Representatives (served 2002 - present)
  • Michael Carleton, CIO, United States Department of Health and Human Services
  • Paul C. Casey, (MBA 1998), member of the Mass. House of Representatives (served 1989 - present)
  • Martha Coakley, (JD), Massachusetts Attorney General
  • William Cohen, (JD), former U.S. Secretary of Defense, former U.S. Senator, former U.S. Congressman
  • Ned DeWire, (M.Div), former General Secretary, United Methodist Church
  • Joshua DuBois, (BA 2003), Head of the Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships under President Barack Obama.
  • Michael F. Flaherty, (JD), President, Boston City Council
  • Martha Fuller-Clark, (MA), New Hampshire State Senator
  • James Franklin Jeffrey, (MBA), Ambassador, U.S. Department of State
  • Elizabeth Meyer Glaser (SED 1970), child advocate, AIDS activits and co-founder of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • Colleen Graffy, Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State (P.R.)
  • Elizabeth Jones, Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State
  • Takeo Kikuchi (LLB LAW 1877), one of the first Japanese to study law in the US, founder and second president of Tokyo’s Chuo University
  • Rikki Klieman (JD LAW 1975), attorney, TV personality, Court TV
  • Zsolt Limperger, Hungarian football player
  • Ida Lorentzen, American born Norwegian Artist
  • Joan M. Menard, Massachusetts State Senator
  • Markos Moulitsas Zúniga (JD), political consultant
  • David Mulford (MA GRS 1962), U.S. Ambassador to India
  • Shannon O'Brien, (JD), former Massachusetts State Treasurer
  • Barbara Pariente, (COM '70) Chief Justice, Florida Supreme Court (Authored the Terri Schiavo decision)
  • Mark Regev, (MS MET 1998), spokesman for the Israeli Prime Minister
  • Elizabeth Rhodes, (MBA), Rhode Island State Senator
  • Lelia Robinson (Mrs. Sawtelle), (LL.B LAW 1881), first woman admitted to Massachusetts state bar
  • Anna Howard Shaw (STH 1878, MED 1886) President, Nat'l Women's Suffrage Assn (1904-1915), first woman awarded Distinguished Service Medal
  • Cynthia Stone-Creem, Massachusetts State Senator
  • Louis Wade Sullivan, (MED), former Secretary, Health and Human Services
  • Martha Ware, Massachusetts jurist and politician
  • Sumner Whittier, former Lt. Governor of Massachusetts
  • Frank J. Williams, Chief Justice, Rhode Island Superior Court

各国政界

  • Faisal al-Fayez (CAS MA) former Prime Minister of Jordan
  • Oscar Arias, (attended, no degree) President, Costa Rica; 1987 Nobel Peace Prize
  • Milind Deora, (SMG BSBA '99) member of India's Parliament
  • Keiko Fujimori, (SMG BSB 1997) member of Peru's Congress, former first lady of Peru
  • Neva Rockefeller Goodwin, (GRS PhD 1988) Philanthropist
  • Don Gorton (CAS B.A. 1982), Commissioner, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Appellate Tax Board
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. (STH PhD 1955), 1964 Nobel Peace Prize; Civil Rights Leader
  • Benjamin LaGuer, (MET B.L.S. magna cum laude, 1997) Massachusetts inmate who fought a conviction for more than two decades
  • Margaret Ng, (STH PhD) member of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council
  • Hiroshige Seko, (COM MS 1992) Public Relations Advisor in the Cabinet of Japan
  • Gigi Tsereteli, (SPH 2005) Parliament, Georgia

商界

  • J Allard, Vice President, Microsoft
  • Supachai Chearavanont, (BSB 1989 SMG), CEO & President, True Corporation (Thailand)
  • Nathaniel Baker, CEO, Domestic Bank
  • Norman Barron, Founder, Marshalls Department Stores
  • Kirk Bauer, (JD), Executive Director, Disabled Sports USA; Former Member, President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports
  • Brian Bedol, (COM BA 1980), Founder, Fusient Media Ventures, Creator, Classic Sports Network (which became ESPN Classic), Founder and CEO, CSTV
  • Jack Belsito, (BSBA 1982), President, Snapple Distributing Co.
  • Alessandro Benetton (SMG BSB 1988) Chairman of 21 Investimenti S.p. A, and Deuty Chairman of Benetton Group
  • John K. Billock, (MBA 1975), Vice Chairman and COO, Time Warner Cable
  • Chutinant Bhirom Bhakdi, Board of Directors, Boon Rawd Brewery(Singha Beer)
  • Gina R. Boswell, Sr. Vice President and COO, Avon Products
  • Ellen Bovarnick, Vice President, Coca-Cola
  • David Brand, (BS 1983) Head, Global Technology M&A, Lehman Brothers
  • Janice Brandt, Vice Chair, America Online
  • Shin Yong-Il, (MBA), CEO, Deutsche Asset Management
  • Michael Bronner, (BSBA 1982), Founder & Chairman, Upromise, Digitas
  • Fred Bronstein, President, Dallas Symphony Orchestra
  • Richard Cahill, President & CEO, Conway Realty
  • Jay Cashman, CEO, Jay Cashman, Inc., Boston-area construction mogul
  • David K. Colapinto, Esquire, partner, Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, Washington, D.C.
  • Ken Danieli, Brand Strategist and Principal, Danieli Consulting, LLC, Pepsi Stuff creator
  • Allison Davis, Vice President, CBS Television
  • David Dinerstein, Founder, Paramount Classics
  • Mickey Drexler, (MBA 1968), Chairman & CEO, J. Crew
  • Trung Dung, software billionaire business executive, founder of Fogbreak Software and On Display
  • David Edgerton, co-founder of Burger King
  • Susan Evans, Co-Founder, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • Ahmass Fakahany, Executive Vice President and CFO, Merrill Lynch
  • Kenneth Feld (SMG 1970 BSB), CEO, Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus
  • Sidney Feltenstein, (BA 1962), CEO, A&W and Long John Silvers restaurants
  • Bill Fine, President & General Manager, WCVB-TV Boston
  • Paul Fireman, founder, Reebok
  • Jerald G. Fishman, (MBA), CEO, Analog Devices
  • Michael Fricklas, (JD), Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Viacom
  • Samuel P. Fried, (JD), Senior Vice President, Secretary & General Counsel, Limited Brands
  • Arlen W. Gelbard, (JD) Chief Banking Officer and President, E*TRADE Bank
  • Richard Gladstein, Founder, Film Colony
  • Shelly Glick Gryfe, (BS, Psychology, '75) VP of Marketing Research, Fisher Price
  • Bonnie Hammer, President, Sci-Fi Channel
  • Ted Harbert, President, E! Networks
  • Edgar J. Helms, founder of Goodwill Industries
  • Jeanette Horan, (EMBA 1993), Vice President, IBM
  • John P. Howe, III, President & CEO, Project HOPE (USA)
  • Frederick Huntsberry, (CGS non-degree prog 1982, BSB SMG 1984) Chief Operating Officer, Paramount Pictures
  • Ishrat Husain (PhD) 13th Governor of State Bank of Pakistan
  • Paul Irwin, former CEO, The Humane Society of the United States
  • Shel Israel (COM, no degree) Author, Entrepreneur and Consultant
  • Toshimasa Iue, (MBA 1989), President & COO, Sanyo
  • Bruce Karatz, (BA 1967), CEO, KB Home
  • Damian Kozlowski, (MS), CEO, Citigroup Global Wealth Management
  • Paul LaCamera, (MS), former President & General Manager, WCVB-TV Boston
  • Louis Lataif, former President, Ford Motor Company Europe; Dean, Boston University School of Management
  • Michael Tze Hau Lee, (SMG MBA 1986), Managing Director Hysan Development Company Limited
  • Feifei Li, (PhD 2007), Vice President, Alibaba Group
  • David Lubars, Chief Creative Officer, BBDO
  • Christian F. Martin, CEO, C.F. Martin & Company
  • Jessica McClintock, (BA 1950), Founder, President, CEO, Jessica McClintock, Inc.
  • James McLamore, co-founder of Burger King
  • Edward Mehlman, (DDS), Vice President, American Dental Association
  • Dirk Meyer, (MBA 1993) President & COO, Advanced Micro Devices, ACM Maurice Wilkes Award winner for contributions to Alpha and x86 chip designs
  • Mitchell Modell, CEO, Modell's Sporting Goods
  • Peter J. Moran, (CLA 1986), Co-Founder of ThinkBusiness magazine
  • Ellen Parker, Executive Director, Project Bread
  • Christine Poon, (MBA 1983), Vice Chairman, Johnson & Johnson
  • Craig S. Prusher, (BA 1985, JD 1988), Vice President, Asst. General Counsel, Burger King Corporation
  • Richard D. Reidy, (BS 1982), President, Chief Executive Officer, Progress Software
  • Shari Redstone, (JD), Vice Chair, Viacom and CBS
  • Michael I. Roth, (JD), Interpublic Group
  • Jay Rowe, Sr. Vice President, HBO Films
  • Monty Sarhan, CEO, Cracked Entertainment
  • J. Michael Schell, (JD), Vice Chairman, Global Banking, Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.
  • Neil Schubert, (BA 1985), Senior Vice President, Lifetime Television
  • John F. Smith, Jr. MBA 1965, Honorary Degree 1993, former Chairman and CEO of General Motors
  • Patrick Spain (LAW JD 1979), founder of Hoover's and HighBeam Research
  • Fonda Snyder, Founder, Starbright Foundation
  • Margaret Stumpp, Senior Vice President, Prudential Financial
  • Nina Tassler, President, CBS Entertainment
  • Bruce Taub, (MBA 1973), Executive Vice President & CFO, CBS Television
  • Gerald Tsai, Jr., (CAS, GRS 1949), Chairman, Tsai Management, Inc.
  • Margaret Wallace, (BS 1989), CEO, Co-Founder, Rebel Monkey
  • David Weinstein, (BA 1972), Chief, Administration & Government Affairs, Fidelity Investments
  • Joseph Williams, CEO, Hibernia Southcoast Capital Corp.
  • Stuart Zakim, (BA 1976, MA 1978), Vice President, Showtime Network
  • Edward Zander, (MBA 1975), Chairman & CEO, Motorola, former President Sun Microsystems
  • Jason Strauss, CEO of the Strategic Group

学术界

  • Gleason Archer, Sr. (BA 1904, JD 1906), founder of Suffolk University and Suffolk University Law School
  • John S. Bailey, (BSBA '51) Chancellor, American College of Greece
  • Gail Carney, Dean, Lesley College
  • Robert A. Chernak, (BSBA '68) Senior VP, Student and Academic Support Services, George Washington University
  • Patricia Cormier (B.A.), President, Longwood University
  • Charles Wesley Emerson, (School of Oratory, 1877) Founder, Emerson College
  • Mary Jane England, President, Regis College
  • Nancy Harrington, President, Salem State College, Massachusetts
  • Ruth Linn, Dean, Haifa University, Israel
  • Dana Mohler-Faria, President, Bridgewater State College
  • Janice Stecchi, Dean, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Thomas Tritton, President, Haverford College
  • Diana Chapman Walsh (M.S., PhD), President, Wellesley College

文坛

  • Anthony Bruno, (CAS 1974 BA), Novelist
  • Percy Jewett Burrell, (pre-1900 B.O., School of Oratory) American dramatist
  • Hal Clement, (SED 1946 M.Ed), science fiction writer
  • Nicholas Gage (DGE 1961, COM BS 1963, HON LtD 1985), Author, "Eleni", "A Place For Us", "Greek Fire"
  • Peter Guralnick,(1971 MA), author focused on twentieth-century American popular music
  • Younghill Kang, author, Guggenheim Fellow
  • William Ellery Leonard (1899) Poet
  • Susan Miller, (SSW 1979 MSS), author
  • Stewart O'Nan, (ENG 1983 BS), author
  • Robert B. Parker, (GRS 1957 MA, 1971 PhD), author, "Spencer for Hire" and other mystery novels
  • Norman Vincent Peale, (STh) Minister, author
  • John Perkins, (SMG 1968 BSB), economist, author
  • 金·史丹利·罗宾逊, (GRS 1975 MA) science fiction author
  • Lauren Slater, (SED 1995 EDD [Doctor of Education]) author, psychologist
  • Anne Sexton, Pulitzer Prize winning poet
  • Neal Stephenson, (CLA 1981 BA) science fiction author
  • Dorothy West, author, member of Harlem Renaissance
  • Scott Whitaker, poet

表演艺术及大众文化

  • PSY, South Korean singer (ranked number 10 in best entertainers in Korea)
  • Samuel Adler, composer
  • Sylvia Alimena, (CFA 1981), French Horn, National Symphony Orchestra, Conductor, Eclipse Chamber Orchestra
  • Jason Alexander (attended SFA 3 years, Hon. 1995), 托尼奖 winning actor and Seinfeld character George Costanza
  • Fred Allen (attended Summer Session), entertainer
  • Ian Bavitz (Aesop Rock), musician
  • Joan Baez (CFA 1962 no degree), folk singer
  • Abhishek Bachchan (CAS 1997, no degree) Award-winning Indian actor - husband of actress Aishwarya Rai
  • Edwin Barker, Principal Double Bass, 波士顿交响乐团
  • Craig Bierko, (BA), Actor
  • James Billings (CFA 1957 MM), operatic baritone, opera librettist, and opera director
  • Ed Bishop, (Deceased) Actor, 傅尔布莱特计划
  • Nicole Blackman, artist, poet, author, vocalist, Goth icon
  • Calvin Burnett, (MFA 1960) artist
  • Jensen Buchanan, 艾美奖 nominated actress
  • John Cazale, Golden Globe Award nominated actor, best known for role as "Fredo" in The Godfather
  • Michael Chiklis, 艾美奖金球奖 winning actor
  • Valerie Coleman, (SFA '95) Composer, Founder of Grammy-nominated chamber ensemble Imani Winds
  • Christopher Cousins, Actor - Dozens of TV roles
  • Alexis Cruz, actor
  • Geena Davis, (SFA 1979) 奥斯卡金像奖 winning actress
  • David de Berry, theater composer, actor
  • Ron Della Chiesa, (BA 1959) radio personality
  • Emily Deschanel, actress, sister of Zooey Deschanel
  • Rocco DiSpirito, Chef, restaurateur, television personality The Restaurant
  • Aubrey Dollar, (no degree) actress
  • Olympia Dukakis (SAR BS 1953, SFA MFA 1957), 奥斯卡金像奖 winning actress
  • Bill Duke, actor,
  • Faye Dunaway, 奥斯卡金像奖 winning actress
  • 邓梓峰 (SMG BSB 1985), 香港演员及电视主持人
  • Don Ellis, Trumpeter and jazz composer
  • Charles Farrell (SMG 1928 no degree) Film & TV Actor, mayor of Palm Springs, Ca., with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Bruce Feirstein, Screenwriter (3 James Bond movies), and author "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche"
  • Peter Filardi, Hollywood screenwriter
  • Jason Filardi, Hollywood screenwriter
  • Greg Fitzsimmons, comedian
  • Connie Fletcher, actress
  • Dan Fogler, actor
  • Alexandra Fol, composer
  • Justine Susanna Gamache (SFA BFA 1994, MFA 1999), Lead Singer, Freezepop
  • Nina Garcia, Fashion Director of Elle Magazine, Judge for Project Runway
  • David Garrison, (BFA), Tony award nominated actor, Al Bundy's Neighbor on Married with Children
  • Paul Michael Glaser, actor (Starsky!)
  • Richard N. Gladstein (CGS non-degree program 1981, COM BS 1983), 奥斯卡 nominated film producer
  • Elon Gold, comedian
  • Ginnifer Goodwin, actress
  • Norman Greenbaum, musician, "Spirit in the Sky"
  • Mariel Hemingway, 奥斯卡金像奖 nominated actress, granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway
  • Dorian Ho (SMG), fashion designer from Hong Kong
  • Michelle Hurd, actress
  • Eugene Izotov, Principal Oboe of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
  • Jamie Kaler (CAS BA 1987), actor, "My Boys"
  • Yunjin Kim, actress, LOST, "The Korean Julia Roberts"
  • Andrew Kriesberg, writer, The Simpsons
  • David E. Kelley, (JD), television producer, husband of Michelle Pfeiffer, His father, Jack Kelley, coached BU Hockey
  • Paula Kelley, singer
  • Jeff Kline, Producer, various children's television shows
  • Dominique LaBelle, opera singer
  • Vincent Larusso, (BSB 2000 SMG), actor The Mighty Ducks films
  • James Kyson Lee, actor 英雄
  • Erica Leerhsen, (BFA '98), Actress
  • Noah Lennox, experimental musician and founding member of the Animal Collective
  • Will Lyman, (SFA '71), Narrator, PBS Frontline
  • Yan Luo (screenwriter), actress
  • Elizabeth (Sadie) Holloway Marston, co-creator of the comic book character, Wonder Woman
  • Rob Mariano (CAS BA 1999), better known as Boston Rob, an American reality TV star and husband of Amber Brkich
  • Joshua Marvit, (writing under pseudonym Milt Pupique), creator of acrosticdoublespeak
  • Megan McCormick, television travel host
  • David Metzler, television producer
  • Tom Magliozzi, (MBA, PhD) co-host of Car Talk
  • Ikuko Mizuno-Spire, violinist, 波士顿交响乐团
  • Julianne Moore, 奥斯卡 nominated and 艾美奖 winning actress
  • Russell Morash, (BA '57), Emmy Award winning producer, This Old House, New Yankee Workshop, The Victory Garden
  • Kevin O'Connor, (GSM MBA '99) host of This Old House
  • Rosie O'Donnell (dropout), actress, comedian
  • Linda Park, actress
  • Peter Paige, actor
  • Ethan Phillips, actor
  • Paula Plum, actress, director, playwright
  • Paul Rachman, (CAS BA '82), Film Director American Hardcore, co-founder Slamdance FIlm Festival
  • Kim Raver, (BFA) actress, (Audrey Raines from 24)
  • Paul Reubens (dropout), actor.
  • Scott Rosenberg, Hollywood screenwriter
  • Jeffrey Ross, actor, comedian
  • Steven Rosenhaus, (COM '97), writer, assistant director
  • Patti Rothberg, (no degree awarded), singer, songwriter
  • Anthony Ruivivar, actor
  • Harold Russell, 奥斯卡金像奖 winning actor, former National Commander of AMVETS
  • Sarah Saltzberg, actress
  • Erik Scott, singer
  • Robert Shampain, (CFA 1980) actor; Coordinator, Boston University in Los Angeles Internship Program
  • Richard Sher (producer), radio and television producer
  • Lan Shui, Music Director, 新加坡交响乐团
  • Matt Squire, (CAS 1999), Platinum Music Producer
  • Eric Stein, castmember on Big Brother 8
  • Howard Stern, (CGS non degree program 1974, COM BS 1976), radio host and self-declared "King of All Media"
  • Ryan Sypek, actor
  • Mary Timony, indie rocker
  • Marisa Tomei (attended CFA 1983, Hon. DFA 2002), 奥斯卡 winning actress
  • Armand Van Helden, DJ
  • Joan Wasser, indie rocker
  • Michaela Watkins, actress, 周末夜现场
  • Cynthia Watros, 艾美奖 winning actress
  • Ashley Williams, (BA '01) actress, Associated Press 'It Girl', 2003
  • Michael Williams, 奥斯卡金像奖 winning producer
  • Alfre Woodard, 艾美奖 winning and 奥斯卡金像奖 nominated actress
  • David Weinberg, American vocalist, The Suicide File
  • 阎奕格(Janice Yan),台湾歌手

体坛

  • Carl Adams, current wrestling coach; 3-time NCAA All-American, 2-time National Champion @ 158 lb.
  • Harry Agganis, professional baseball player
  • Tony Amonte, NHL hockey player
  • Shawn Bates, NHL hockey player
  • Raja Bell (transferred to Florida International University), NBA basketball player
  • Rocco Benetton former chief executive of the Benetton Formula One team.
  • Cindy Blodgett, Former WNBA Player, Assistant Basketball Coach
  • Billy Brooks, NFL's Buffalo Bills '93-'95
  • Tom Burke, (Law LL.B. 1897) 奥运会冠军
  • Butch Byrd, Professional Football Standout
  • Mickey Cochrane, Hall of Fame Baseball player
  • Jim Craig, 1980年美国奥运会冰球队
  • Jochen Dieckfoss, 4-time America East cross-country champion
  • Rick DiPietro, NHL hockey player
  • Andy Dorman, 美国职业足球大联盟运动员
  • Chris Drury, NHL hockey player, Hobey Baker Award winner
  • Tom Dwan, Professional Poker Player
  • Michael Emenalo (CAS BA 1989), member of 尼日利亚's 1994 World Cup soccer team
  • Mike Eruzione, Captain, 1980年美国奥运会冰球队
  • Dick Farley, College Football Hall of Fame coach
  • Foge Fazio, NCAA football Coach, NFL football coach
  • Michael Felger, sports writer for the Boston Herald and sports radio talk show host
  • Mike Grier, NHL hockey player
  • Cornella Harrington Sanders, Olympic speed skater
  • Bill Herrion, NCAA basketball coach
  • Karl Hobbs, NCAA basketball coach
  • Rick Hoyt, inspirational triathlete
  • Mike Jarvis, NCAA Basketball Coach
  • Jim "Crash" Jensen, Former NFL football player
  • Adam Kagin, Professional Poker Player
  • Robyn Kenney, Team USA Field Hockey
  • Jeffrey Lurie, ex-owner, Philadelphia Eagles, ex-professor, BU
  • Shawn McEachern, NHL hockey player
  • Stephanie McMahon, WWE current Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, Live Events and Creative Writing
  • Shane McMahon, WWE current Executive Vice President of Global Media
  • Freddy Meyer, NHL hockey player
  • Jack O'Callahan, 1980年美国奥运会冰球队
  • Jay Pandolfo, NHL hockey player
  • Jack Parker, legendary Boston University hockey coach
  • Gary Plummer, NBA player
  • Rick Pitino, NCAA & NBA Basketball Coach
  • Tom Poti, NHL hockey player
  • Ed Ronan, NHL hockey player
  • Dave Silk, 1980年美国奥运会冰球队
  • Mike Sullivan (hockey), NHL Hockey Player, NHL Coach
  • John Thomas (athlete), High Jump World Record Holder
  • Keith Tkachuk, NHL hockey player
  • Ryan Whitney, NHL hockey player
  • Scott Young, retired NHL player

其他

  • Francis Lee Bailey, (JD '60) (A.K.A. F. Lee Bailey), Renowned lawyer, Graduated first in class
  • Bernard Berenson (attended CLA 1883-84, no degree) prominent Art Historian of the early 20th Century
  • Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, wife of John F. Kennedy, Jr.. Killed in an airplane crash on July 16, 1999.
  • James Richard Cocke, M.D. (1863–1900), American physician, homeopath, and a pioneer hypnotherapist (the first blind medical graduate)
  • Warren A. Cole, founder of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, which is one of the largest social fraternities in the United States
  • Paul R. Devlin, Supreme Advocate, Knights of Columbus
  • Tipper Gore, Former 2nd Lady of the United States
  • Larry Graham, (JD '70), President, National Confectioners Association
  • Jeffrey Guterman, Mental health counselor and counselor educator
  • Karen Kwan, skater
  • Joyce Jillson, astrologer, 20th Century Fox Studios, Reagan Administration
  • Hadassah Lieberman, wife of U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman
  • Claudia Nugent, granddaughter of President Lyndon Johnson
  • Jeff Roberts, (CFA '99), 傅尔布莱特计划 - Traditional Chinese Music
  • Mark Rosewater, Magic: The Gathering Head Designer
  • Travis Roy, (COM 2000) a leading activitist for spinal cord injury survivors and founder of The Travis Roy Foundation
  • Dawn Steel (deceased)(did not graduate), first woman to run a major hollywood studio
  • Steven H. Untracht, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S., (CAS BA '75), member of 1999 Nobel Peace Prize winner Doctors Without Borders.
  • Helen Magill White, first woman to earn a Ph.D.

注解

外部链接

坐标42°20′59″N 71°05′59″W / 42.3496°N 71.0997°W / 42.3496; -71.0997


本页面最后更新于2021-05-21 21:27,点击更新本页查看原网页。台湾为中国固有领土,本站将对存在错误之处的地图、描述逐步勘正。

本站的所有资料包括但不限于文字、图片等全部转载于维基百科(wikipedia.org),遵循 维基百科:CC BY-SA 3.0协议

万维百科为维基百科爱好者建立的公益网站,旨在为中国大陆网民提供优质内容,因此对部分内容进行改编以符合中国大陆政策,如果您不接受,可以直接访问维基百科官方网站


顶部

如果本页面有数学、化学、物理等公式未正确显示,请使用火狐或者Safari浏览器