A Day of Firsts for Many in UMass Boston’s Class of 2013 ›
More than half of this year's graduates were the first in their families to earn a college degree, and some online learners were getting their first good look at the seaside campus.
UMass Boston Awards Former Student Krystle Campbell with Posthumous Degree; Scholarship Fund Set Up ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley awarded a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to former student Krystle Campbell, a victim of the April 15 bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon.
2013 Distinguished Scholar Award for Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans ›
Professor Kiang received the 2013 Distinguished Scholar Award from AERA’s Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans
Community Partnerships Forged, Strengthened at Annual UMass Boston Symposium ›
The event, hosted by the Office of Community Partnerships, connects the worlds of academia and civic service to create vital social programs inside and outside of Boston.
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Hispanic Writers Week 2013 Events Announced ›
ILT's Hispanic Writers Week project is weeklong initiative that introduces Latino literary professionals from all corners of the Hispanic world to local Latino students.
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UMass Boston Faculty Researchers Recognize Excellence, Look Ahead to 2013 ›
The 6th Annual Luncheon to Celebrate Faculty, Research Staff and Students for Their Contributions to Research, Innovation, Scholarship, and Creativity paid tribute to past accomplishments while looking forward to the future.
Eisenkraft Gets $3M Grant to Study Science Teachers’ Professional Development ›
The four-year study coincides with rare, notable changes to the Advanced Placement tests for biology, chemistry, and physics.
Tulane Professor Honored at UMass Boston’s First-Ever Lynton Colloquium ›
The Lynton Award, named after UMass Boston's late vice president of academic affairs, is given to Jordan Karubian, an ecology and biology professor.
Counseling Professor Sharon Horne Wins Award for Inspiring Students ›
Sharon Horne, an associate professor of counseling and school psychology, says mentoring students is the best part of her job. Now she has been recognized as the 2012 winner of the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award.
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Excellence, Affordability on Display at UMass Boston Open House ›
The Princeton Review has said it again and again: UMass Boston is a great place to learn. On October 13, you can come see for yourself.
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