UMass Boston Faculty Receive $95,557 in Creative Economy Grants ›
Faculty at the University of Massachusetts Boston have received a combined $95,557 in Creative Economy Grants from UMass President Robert Caret’s office.
exercise and health sciences,
creative economy grants
UMass Boston Student Scholars to Study Culture, History, Leadership in Japan ›
UMass Boston is one of four universities selected for the TOMODACHI Inouye Scholars Program, designed to educate students in the U.S. about the life and contributions of Senator Inouye and other Japanese Americans.
institute for asian american studies,
From Independence to Plymouth: One Grad Student’s Story ›
UMass Boston graduate student Tyler Kyrola spent his summer searching for the borders of the original Pilgrim settlement.
UMass Boston Students Seek Original Plymouth Settlement Walls ›
Through UMass Boston's field school, students have spent the last month digging on the north side of Burial Hill Cemetery looking for the Pilgrim settlement.
college of advancing and professional studies,
Professor Lynde Receives Award…Just in Time! ›
Professor Catherine Lynde was honored at commencement in May 2014 with the Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Service.
UMass Boston MA Program in Applied Economics Graduates Its First Class ›
Eight students completed the 32-credit program and successfully completed and presented their major research project.
Master’s Graduate Samantha Leney Gets Dazzling Surprise at UMass Boston Commencement ›
Leney, who earned a graduate degree in school psychology, and boyfriend Daniel Ruggeiro, who earned an MBA, finished school and got engaged in the span of 24 hours.
Longtime Professors Chen, Fay, and Lynde Honored With Chancellor’s Awards at Commencement ›
Three members of the UMass Boston faculty were recognized for their outstanding teaching, research, and service by Chancellor J. Keith Motley and Provost Winston Langley.
JFK Winner Shaun O’Grady Journeyed from Battlefield to Classroom ›
Lynn native Shaun O’Grady traveled a long and difficult path from his hometown to the commencement stage at UMass Boston. He once thought college "wasn't in the cards" for him.
college of liberal arts,
Prof. Jean Rhodes Awarded Grant to Study the Health Consequences of Hurricane Katrina ›
A highly competitive, national funding program dedicated to tackling pressing health policy issues has awarded a grant to University of Massachusetts Boston professor Jean Rhodes and a collaborator at Harvard University to study the health consequences of Hurricane Katrina.