Today marks the beginning of the phased opening of University Hall, UMass Boston’s second new building in the last two years.
Sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, the 54-ton, handmade tapestry that memorializes more than 90,000 individuals lost to AIDS, are on display in the Campus Center through this Friday.
The Honors College and the Ralph and Janice James Student Success Fund fully funded the trip to Little Tokyo in Los Angeles and the Manzanar National Historic Site at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Owens Valley, California.
Building on the momentum of the recently opened state-of-the art Integrated Sciences Complex and the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy (CPCT) at UMass Boston, the university now announces the official opening of the center’s Genomics Core facility.
John Steinberg and his students spent the first week of December searching for evidence of stables and other outbuildings on the former Fowler-Clark farmstead at Norfolk and Hosmer streets.
Flor Palmar, Wayuu educator, spoke at UMass Boston Oct. 20
UMass Boston graduate student Tyler Kyrola spent his summer searching for the borders of the original Pilgrim settlement.
Plymouth, Massachusetts is home to one of our country's oldest settlements, but no one knows where the settlement borders were actually located. David Landon, associate director of UMass Boston’s Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for…
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy '76 says her anthropology degree prepared her for the top environmental post in the country.
UMass Boston alumna Gina McCarthy ‘76 will take part in a breakfast and conversation with fellow alumni and Chancellor J. Keith Motley on March 5.