UMass Boston Cohosts Four-Day Conference Featuring Leading Scholars on Native Studies ›
Leading Native Studies scholars from around the world came together at the Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, Connecticut earlier this month for the 2012 Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) annual meeting, cohosted by the University of Massachusetts Boston.
UMass President Awards $250,000 to Faculty for Creative Economy Initiatives ›
2 UMass Boston professors among those to receive grants
Transferring to UMass Boston? Deadline for Applications is July 1 ›
Just a few days left to apply for fall semester
UMass Boston’s Nantucket Field Station Receives Diversity Award ›
Organization of Biological Field Stations Gives 2012 Human Diversity Award
UMass Boston Students to Expand Leadership Skills at Conference ›
Five University of Massachusetts Boston students will begin a weeklong intensive leadership program on Saturday.
UMass Boston’s Diversity and Student Outreach Initiatives Studied on a Global Scale ›
Margaret Fairman, director of the Office of Prospective Students & Scholarship at the University of Queensland, Australia, visited UMass Boston earlier this month to obtain information on programs aimed at recruiting and retaining minority youth.
Mass. Memories Road Show Keeps History Alive ›
The traveling museum and history project visits communities across Massachusetts to collect photos, stories from the commonwealth's past.
Professor Kamal Bawa Feted at UMass Boston for Awards Success ›
University community honors 38-year faculty member
Senior Career Day Answers Job Search Questions ›
More than 50 seniors attended workshops on creating a resume and cover letter, job search strategies, networking, interviewing skills, and social media.
Trotter Institute Benefit to Feature Same Play, Same Time as 24 Other Cities ›
On Monday, June 18, the same play will be presented at the same time by 25 black theaters across the country. The Boston Black Theater Collective, part of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black History and Culture, is among those taking part.