NASA addresses award recipients regarding sequestration ›
NASA writes letter updating award recipients on sequestration
UMass Boston Ocean Experts Urge Priority Action on Coastal Protection ›
UMass Boston's Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate, and Security has released a white paper with recommendations to deal with the effects of global climate change on the world’s oceans and human and national security.
UMass Boston Professor, Students in Antarctica Studying Food Source for Whales, Seals, Penguins ›
A group from UMass Boston has teamed up with students and faculty from the University of Rhode Island to study the diet of krill off the coast of Antarctica.
UMass Boston Student Chosen for Statewide Outstanding Public Affairs Student Award ›
McCormack Grad School’s Stacy Randell earns 2013 Paul G. Keough Outstanding Student of Public Administration Award
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2013 Distinguished Scholar Award for Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans ›
Professor Kiang received the 2013 Distinguished Scholar Award from AERA’s Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans
White House Honors UMass Boston Professor as “Champion of Change” ›
On Monday, May 6, the White House honored fifteen Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women as “Champions of Change.” Among them is Karen L. Suyemoto, an associate professor of clinical psychology and Asian American studies at UMass Boston.
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UMass Boston Professor Awarded Fulbright Grant to Conduct Research in India ›
Pratyush Bharati, associate professor and chair of the Management Science and Information Systems Department, has been awarded the 2013-2014 Fulbright grant to study social media and Innovation as a senior researcher in India.
UMass Boston’s Urban Harbors Institute Report Examines Opportunities to Protect Coastal Eelgrass ›
Eelgrass is a critical component of New England’s coastline. It is also vital to the fishing industry, providing a nursery, shelter, and food source for commercially harvested fish.
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.
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UMass Boston Researchers Develop New Tool to Measure Elder Economics ›
"Poverty level" doesn't tell the whole story, so researchers have devised a new way to measure the income older Americans require to meet their needs.