Hurricane Irene Storm Preparation ›
UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley advises the UMass Boston community to take preparations ahead of Hurricane Irene.
UMass Boston Launches New Website ›
UMass Boston launches its new website with the needs of students in mind. Special attention has been paid to accessibility and ease in finding resources.
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UMass Boston Cosponsors Boston Harbor Islands 2011 Native American Summer Festival ›
UMass Boston's Institute for New England Native American Studies is cosponsoring the Boston Harbor Islands Native American Festival on August 6.
institute for new england native american studies,
UMass Boston Hosts White House Business Council Roundtable ›
U.S. Department of Labor Assistant Secretary Jane Oates and Joanne Goldstein, state secretary of Labor and Workforce Development, visited the VDC July 28.
venture development center,
Celebrate Boston’s 28th Annual National Night Out at UMass Boston on August 2 ›
Mayor Thomas Menino and the Boston Police Department will host the city's 28th Annual National Night Out celebration at UMass Boston on August 2, 2011.
national night out
UMass Boston Breaks Ground on $155 Million Integrated Sciences Complex ›
In two years, the construction at UMass Boston will be replaced by state-of-the-art wet and dry research laboratories and research centers.
Alumni Association’s $1 Million Gift Will Support Students, Cultivate Philanthropy ›
UMass Boston is receiving an unprecedented gift from its alumni: a commitment of $1 million to be used for scholarships, programs, and initiatives.
Campus Notes for The Point Issue #28 ›
Read the Campus Notes for The Point Issue #28.
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Nigerian Lawyers and Justices Come to UMass Boston to Explore Concepts of Restorative Justice ›
Eighteen lawyers and justices in Nigeria spent 10 days at UMass Boston and other locations in Massachusetts learning about restorative justice.
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UMass Boston Alumni Association to Give $1 Million to the University ›
The UMass Boston Alumni Association has committed to giving $1 million for student scholarships, campus programs, and matching future gifts.