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A few days ago, we asked you to help us come up with a nickname for SEAS Dean Mary Cunningham Boyce. You answered our call, mostly with variations on beloved ’80s rappers. But now it’s time to determine which name will forever be attached to Dean Boyce and which lucky Bwog reader will get a […]

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Yesterday, Mary Cunningham Boyce, neither Spec’s pick nor the interim dean (farewell Goldean!), was appointed dean of SEAS.  As per tradition, we welcome her with some good old fashioned hazing community building.  We’ve already seen some brainstorming in the comments, but it’s time to make it official: Dean Boyce needs a nickname. Leave your suggestions in […]

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PrezBo just announced that Mary Cunningham Boyce will take over from Interim Dean Donald Goldfarb as the Dean of Columbia’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, effective July 1 2013. From PrezBo’s press release: Columbia is fortunate to welcome such an impressive dean at a time of both signal accomplishment and new opportunity […]

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