UMass Boston Professors Teach the Egyptian Uprisings in Real Time ›
The Political Science Department sponsored a round table discussion, "Understanding Popular Revolt in Tunisia and Egypt," in the wake of the uprisings in Egypt.
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UMass Boston Professor Honored for his Work Curating Claude Monet Exhibit ›
Claude Monet: Late Work, a show curated by UMass Boston Professor of Art Paul Hayes Tucker, has been named Best Show in a Commercial Gallery in NY.
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Youth Mentoring Research to Take Center Stage at UMass Boston ›
UMass Boston MENTOR/ National Mentoring Partnership have partnered up to form an institute that will support the advancement of mentoring efforts.
At UMass Boston Infant Cognition Lab, Babies’ Memories Tested ›
Associate Professor of Psychology Zsuzsa Kaldy estimates she’s seen about 100 babies each year since the Infant Cognition Lab was created in 2003.
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UMass Boston and MENTOR Form Alliance Supporting Youth Mentoring Research ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley announces the UMass Boston/MENTOR Research Alliance at a youth mentoring summit in Washington, D.C.
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“Uncommon Generosity”: Project Documents WWII-Era Students’ Experiences ›
From the internment camps that confined Japanese and Japanese-American families during World War II, Professor Paul Watanabe is documenting stories of hope.
New Graduate Programs on the Horizon ›
UMass Boston's faculty and administration have successfully proposed establishing six new graduate programs.
UMass Boston Students Provide Organizational Structure to One of Boston’s Best Known Nonprofits ›
Professor Stephanie Hartwell's Foundations of Applied Sociology class are conducting a year-long program evaluation of one of the city’s best known nonprofits: the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, based in Dorchester.
Professor Shaun O’Connell Presents an Evolving Vision of Boston through Literature ›
UMass Boston Professor of English Shaun O’Connell's interpretive anthology looks at the evolving vision of Boston in the last four centuries.
Behavioral Epigenetics Takes Center Stage at UMass Boston Conference ›
Nearly 300 people working in neuroscience, behavioral sciences, drug addiction, and cellular and molecular biology attended a conference at UMass Boston.