Lee’s 2002 Article Selected as One of Most Influential in Applied Optics ›
Professor ZhongPing Lee's past work continues to have important implications on the fast-growing discipline of environmental sustainability.
Excellence, Defined, at UMass Boston Distinguished Faculty Lecture ›
Four accomplished academics were honored by Chancellor J. Keith Motley at a December 4 ceremony
Belle Abaya—Mother, Teacher, Hero (1952-2012) ›
Phillipinne national hero and Conflict Resolution Program alumna dies of cancer.
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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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Prestigious DoD Physics Fellowship Awarded to Graduate Alumnus Andrew Koller ›
Koller aspires to a career of reseach and teaching others.
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Craig Murphy Recognized as Top International Studies Scholar ›
McCormack Grad School's research professor earns distinguished senior scholar award
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Suzanne Leveille Appointed New Director of the Department of Nursing’s PhD Program ›
Respected researcher, scholar, and Department of Nursing professor Suzanne Leveille, PhD, RN, has been appointed director of the PhD Program in Nursing.
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Second 2012 Master’s Mentoring Award Goes to Writing Expert Cheryl L. Nixon ›
“My favorite part of mentoring the English teaching assistants is the sense of community that builds through our acting as a team....” says Nixon.
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Liem is Founder of Nationally Prestigious PhD Program in Clinical Psychology ›
For Joan Liem, the payoff comes when students with self-doubt master a challenge and come into their own.
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Caro Recognized as One of the First Researchers to Devote Serious Attention to Productive Aging ›
Alternatives that allow people to remain at home and in their communities as long as possible have been a long-standing interest for Frank Caro.
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