Smithsonian’s Asian Pacific American Program Director Talks #Linsanity at UMass Boston May 10 ›
The Institute for Asian American Studies will host Konrad Ng, director of the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program, to speak at UMass Boston Thursday, May 10, as part of the Takayanagi Speaker Series.
Student Entrepreneurs Compete for $22,000 in Prizes ›
Student entrepreneurs representing a half-dozen businesses will make their final presentations Wednesday afternoon in hopes of taking home the top prize in the Entrepreneurship Center's second annual Business Launch Competition.
U.S. News & World Report Puts MSPA Program in Top Tier ›
U.S. News and World Report recognizes the quality and value of McCormack Graduate School's MSPA Program.
UMass Boston Honors Peter J. Berlandi for ‘Exemplary Leadership’ at Annual Gala ›
More than 550 people attended the evening benefit, raising more than $500,000 for a new scholarship, making it the most successful gala in school history.
Chancellor Motley Says Campus Improvements Are ‘A Gift to the Future’ ›
The chancellor says UMass Boston is taking action on its bold plans for campus and academic revitalization by 2025, at his State of the University address.
U.S. Senator George Mitchell Delivers Annual Slomoff Lecture at UMass Boston ›
On April 24, United States Senator George Mitchell visited UMass Boston as the featured speaker for the annual Sylvia and Benjamin Slomoff Lecture.
Adjunct Professor Climbs Volcanoes In the Name of Research ›
Thomas Darrah, an adjunct research assistant professor at UMass Boston's Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences, has hiked volcanoes as part of his research.
Trotter Institute, Art Department, Team up to Showcase Art, Business Development in Upham’s Corner ›
On Friday, 13 students in the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Art Department will show off their work in three storefronts, two of them vacant, as part of a project to kick off an arts-based initiative aimed at revitalizing Upham’s Corner.
Students, Community Come Together for Day of Service ›
About 80 University of Massachusetts Boston students, faculty, staff, and community members joined Project Serve Saturday, April 21, for the annual Spring Into Action: Day of Service.
Freshman Pitcher Throws First No-Hitter in UMass Boston History ›
UMass Boston pitcher Kyle Szatrowski threw the first no-hitter in UMass Boston program history in his third start on the mound.