- UMass Boston Professors, Students Watch Launch of Satellite That Will Gather Data for $970K Grant
A group of graduate students from UMass Boston and professors Crystal Schaaf and ZhongPing Lee were in California to watch the launch of a satellite that is churning out data for UMass Boston researchers to use in a project funded by the U.S. Geological Survey.
- UMass Boston/Tufts Panel on Biomedical Research Careers and Opportunities
What will YOU do with your degree? Why not advance in biomedical research?
- Dialogue-driven Conference Tackles Ocean and Climate Change
UMass Boston hosts the first Global Conference on Oceans, Climate and Security (GC ’12)
- PhD Student Kenly Hiller Awarded EPA STAR Graduate Fellowship
Kenly Hiller has been awarded a prestigious Environmental Protection Agency STAR Graduate Fellowship.
- CSM Pre-Med Freshmen to Attend Bacc MD Symposium at UMass Medical School
Thirty freshmen in the College of Science and Mathematics will be attending the first Five Campus Baccalaureate MD Pathway Symposium at UMass Medical School.
- Steven Bryant-Allen Shares First Prize for Best Student Poster
Bryant-Allen shared the first prize for best student poster at the 46th Annual Regional Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
- Freshman Success Community End-of-Semester Celebration - Fall 2011
CSM's Student Success Center cordially invites the faculty, staff, former and current Freshman Success Community students to celebrate the end of Fall 2011!
- Board of Higher Education Approves PhD in Global Governance and Human Security
The newly approved program has begun accepting applications and expects to welcome its first cohort of students in September 2012.
- NASA Weather Satellite Set to Launch Friday With EEOS Prof. Schaaf’s Research Instrument Aboard
Crystal Schaaf is on her way to Vandenberg AFB to watch the launch of the next-generation NPP weather satellite, which is carrying an instrument she will be using for research.
- EEOS Professor Crystal Schaaf Part of NASA Climate-Change Research Mission
NASA's Cloud Airborne Radiometer recently flew over Bartlett Forest, NH, to acquire data in support of Crystal Schaaf's work.
- Patterns of Biodiversity Inform History and Conservation of Chihuahuan Desert Springs
Dr. David Berg of Miami University speaks in the Biology Seminar Series.
- UMass Boston Student Engy Mui Among “29 Who Shine” in 2011
Engy Mui, a decorated U.S. Navy veteran and biology major in the Honors Program, is the “29 Who Shine” award winner from UMass Boston.
- Freshman Success Communities: Learning and Bonding
CSM dean Andrew Grosovsky developed Freshmen Success Communities in response to the challenges facing undergraduate students at UMass Boston.
- New Center to Develop “Green-and-White-Collar” Job Training
Professional training in the growing field of green business will be administered through the Center for Sustainable Enterprise and Regional Competitiveness.