American Indian Art Exhibit: From Wounded Knee to Present

Josh Reid, Director of Native American & Indigenous Studies | April 14, 2012

The NAIS program has organized an exhibit of American Indian art to be shown at UMass Boston

UMass Boston Students Take Home Golden Microphone Trophy

Office of Communications | March 05, 2012

UMass Boston seniors Caleb Nelson and Jacob Sommer won an Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) award for their project JFK 50, a series of vignettes about John F. Kennedy's presidency.

Three UMass Boston Students Finalists in National Radio Competition

Office of Communications | March 02, 2012

Three University of Massachusetts Boston students have been selected as finalists for the third annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Awards.

Gastón Institute Sends Delegation of Students, Research Associates to National Latino Conference

Gastón Institute | February 22, 2012

The Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy is sending research associates and students to a conference in New York City.

Center for Social Policy Launches New Online Digest, “Connecting Research and Communities”

Michelle von Vogler | February 09, 2012

Read the center's first newsletter to learn about their social policy work

UMass Boston Mourns Professor Jalal Alamgir

Political Science Department | December 07, 2011

The Political Science Department will host a university-wide memorial next semester for Associate Professor of Political Science Jalal Alamgir, who passed away December 3, 2011.

National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Graduate Students

Office of International and Transnational Affairs (OITA) | September 15, 2011

National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Graduate Students - 2012 Application Now Open

UMass Boston Professors Teach the Egyptian Uprisings in Real Time

Colleen Locke | February 18, 2011

The world watched with a mix of excitement, interest, and anxiety as close to 20,000 protestors poured into the streets of Egypt on January 25. These protestors, motivated by a recent uprising in Tunisia and a call to mobilize on social…

“Uncommon Generosity”: Project Documents WWII-Era Students’ Experiences

Colleen Locke | January 21, 2011

From the shameful legacy of the internment camps that confined over 100,000 Japanese and Japanese-American families during World War II, Professor Paul Watanabe is documenting stories of hope. Watanabe, associate professor of political…

Making Sense of the Census

Colleen Locke | January 15, 2010

It’s the informal mandate of the U.S. Census: “Count everyone wherever they may be.” That may sound straightforward enough, but the reality is that several communities are undercounted because of language and cultural barriers, according to…