Child Development Unit Marks Move to UMass Boston ›
The Child Development Unit, which moved from its location at Boston Children’s Hospital to the University of Massachusetts Boston in January, held an open house Tuesday to celebrate the brand-new lab.
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child development unit,
Global Oceans Conference: More Education, Involvement Needed ›
Attendees at the first Global Conference on Oceans, Climate and Security (GC '12) say more education about climate change is needed, the private sector needs to be involved in the conversation, and lessons could be learned from the military.
Secretary of Navy Receives Energy & Environmental Safety Award at UMass Boston ›
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick presented Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus with the Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate, and Security’s Energy & Environmental Safety Award Tuesday.
Second Day of Global Oceans Conference Highlights Disaster Concerns ›
Scientists, military and civilian policymakers, and thought leaders are taking part in this first-of-its kind conference at the UMass Boston.
UMass Boston Researchers Find Himalayas Warming More Rapidly Than the Rest of the Earth ›
UMass Boston graduate student Uttam Babu Shrestha and Distinguished Professor of Biology Kamaljit Bawa are published in international journal PLoS One.
UMass Boston Researcher Donates $200K in Prize Money to Research Think Tank ›
Distinguished Professor of Biology Kamaljit Bawa has decided to donate his nearly $200,000 in winnings from the world’s first international sustainability award to the international think tank he founded.
UMass Boston Researcher Recognized on Global Stage ›
Kamaljit Bawa, distinguished professor of biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston and faculty fellow at the Center for Governance and Sustainability, received two notable honors this week.
Hannigan to Chair International Consortium for Advancement of Hydrologic Sciences ›
"I am honored by my election to this position which will enhance our collective national and international environmental research and educational impact."
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Rajini Srikanth Publishes Constructing the Enemy: Empathy/Antipathy in U.S. Literature and Law ›
Srikanth probes the concept of empathy, attempting to understand its different types and how it is—or isn't—generated and maintained in specific circumstances.
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Visual and Popular Cultures of the Spanish-American War of 1898 ›
"A remarkable feat of archival research....that will further our understanding of this complicated moment in American history."--David Brody, author of "Visualizing American Empire"
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visual and popular cultures,