Boston University

Food for thought | May 6, 2017

Join the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center on Saturday,
May 6th for a FREE Educational Event in the classroom kitchen of
New England Center for Arts & Technology! RSVP Today!

 

When:

May 6, 2017

12:00 PM – 3:00 PM

 

Where:

23 Bradston St, Boston, MA 02118

 

Contact:

857-364-2140 of http://bit.ly/2n1Lnjk

THE ESSENTIALS OF LIVING AND AGING | April 15, 2017

Free event being hosted by the BU Alzheimers Research Center  "Food for Thought". It will include a cooking demonstration, free refreshments, a couple of great speakers and a lot of information. A 3 part series collaboration of the Boston NAACP Health Committee, GBABSW & the MA Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.

 

When:

 April 15, 2017

 

Where:

DUDLEY BRANCH LIBRARY, 65 WARREN ST., ROXBURY, MA 02119

 

Contact:

Call 617-959-0003 or go online to www.eventbrite.com/e/
the-essentials-of-living-and-aging-tickets-32665226572

 

BU Students Jumpstart Slow Food Movement at Boys & Girls Club

Boys and Girls Planting for Health was held on Wednesday, April 6, 2011, at the Boys and Girls Club of Boston's Blue Hill Club. The event was to build Blue Hill Club a working garden to teach its members about responsibility, healthy living, sustainability and the slow food movement. 

Garden bed experts from Slow Food Boston were on hand during the morning to advise Nature's Sustainers on building the garden beds as well as discuss the significance of them. >> Read More

Boston University Metropolitan College

Phone: 

617.353.6000

Email: 
Mission: 

To make learning accessible to all. When you study at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET), you participate in an exciting exchange of ideas—a spirit of innovation that reaches far beyond the classroom into the global arena. You’re connecting to students and faculty from around the world, engaging in new perspectives, fresh challenges, and novel solutions. Whether you are a professional seeking a career advantage with a bachelor’s or master’s degree, a lifelong learner looking for personal enrichment, or an international student here to gain unique business expertise, you share in the pursuit of an education that prepares you for the competitive and evolving needs of today’s world.

Location

755 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
United States
Key Programs Offered: 

Parent Scholarship: BU's Metropolitan College introduces a new Scholarship for Parents. If a partent has a child enrolled in a Boston or Chelsea public school they may be eligable for the 50% Discount Program. By providing a 50 percent discount on tuition, the scholarship opens the door to an undergraduate college degree - along with me career opportunities, personal enrichment, and a chance for parents to share the inspiration of a college education with their family. Plus, parents benefit from the convenience of evening study.

Community Meeting Space Available: 

Yes

Created: 
11/23/2010
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