Labor Resource Center Moves to College of Liberal Arts; Undergraduate Labor Studies Program Revamped ›
After 30 years in the College of Public and Community Service, UMass Boston’s Labor Resource Center has moved to the university’s College of Liberal Arts.
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UMass Boston Presents: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights ›
Tickets are now on sale for the Performing Arts Department's spring 2015 production, two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
new voices, new stories
UMass Boston Film Series Returns Thursday ›
The UMass Boston Film Series returns on Thursday with five independent films, and an additional two-day lineup of films, works-in-progress presentations, a video workshop, panel, and director’s luncheon on April 23 and 24.
Arjun Jayadev on drug patent policy and goals of Obamacare ›
Arjun Jayadev on drug patent policy and goals of Obamacare
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Twitter Poetry Contest Returns; Win Up to $100 in Gift Cards ›
UMass Boston undergraduates have until Friday, February 27 to submit up to three poems, using exactly 140 characters.
creative writing program
UMass Boston Students Have Second Opportunity To Intern in DC This Summer Through EMK Institute ›
For the second summer, UMass Boston students will have an opportunity to intern for congressional leaders through the Young Leaders Network, a program offered through the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, which is located on campus.
Auditions This Week for One-Act Plays by UMass Boston Alumni ›
Auditions for two new one-act plays, The Ontology Ward by Pete Riesenberg ’12 and Argyles by Cat Roberts ’14, will be held on Wednesday, February 4 and Thursday, February 5 at 6 p.m. in the McCormack Theatre.
new voices, new stories
Harbor Gallery Presents: “A World of Questions” ›
On exhibit from February 2 through March 12, "A World of Questions" features the work of award-winning Zimbabwean designer Chaz Maviyane-Davies, who asks the viewer to engage with important issues like the environment and the economy.
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school for global inclusion and social development,
asian american student success program
Sociology Students Help Fellow UMass Boston Students, Stock Food Pantry ›
UMass Boston’s food pantry is a bit fuller these days, thanks in part to Lecturer in Sociology Jacqueline Lageson’s students, who collected 2,490 food items over the past six weeks.
Distinguished Faculty Award Winners Reflect on 50 Years of UMass Boston ›
Professors Elizabeth Fay, Bob Chen, and Catherine Lynde were honored at commencement in the spring, and at a luncheon last week.