On exhibit from April 3 to May 4, "Of Things Which Do Not Appear" looks at the eyes and hands of machines. There's an opening reception on April 13 from 4 to 6.
The Strange Fruit exhibit “Horror Stories of Lynching” features narratives of oppression hung from tree branches, spray-painted gold to represent power and beauty.
UMass Boston presented Joyce Linehan ’96, ‘04, chief of policy for Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, with the Robert H. Quinn Award for Outstanding Community Leadership at the university's annual Community Breakfast Wednesday morning.
In partnership with the British Consulates of Boston and Miami and the Boston Green Ribbon Commission, the Sustainable Solutions Lab at UMass Boston co-convened a two-day event to discuss climate adaptation financing.
2010 Political Science Grad Has 3-Book Publishing Deal; Debut on Sale Today
Masks, mistaken identity, and Shakespeare's famous word play on hand at the spring theatre arts production
UMass Boston's stellar music faculty take the stage in a series of musical explorations in the Recital Hall
The goal of the UMass Boston-SSRC Transdisciplinary Dissertation Proposal Development Program is to provide guidance, mentorship, and a structure for developing and completing dissertation research proposals.
Theatre Arts Cast, crew and faculty shine at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 1
On Wednesday, UMass Boston’s McCormack Graduate School and College of Liberal Arts hosted the first of two roundtables looking at the implications of a Donald Trump presidency.