Calderwood-UMass Boston Writing Centers Expand to Snowden International ›
Students at the University of Massachusetts Boston are serving as reading and writing tutors at three area high schools this fall, including the Muriel Sutherland Snowden International School at Copley.
Registration Open for IDEAS Boston 2013 ›
This year’s speakers include a researcher nationally recognized for her work on HIV-1 infected infants, the founder of an organization that helps talented scientists in developing nations conduct life-changing research, and the inventor of a product designed to safely help first responders.
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UMass Boston Research Highlights Value of Youth-Initiated Mentoring ›
Jean Rhodes Investigates National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program
An Emotional Reunion for Hoff Scholarship Winners and Philanthropist ›
A UMass Boston alumna and her daughter were reunited Wednesday with the donor whose scholarship fund helped make their education possible.
Bersoff Award Highlights Clinical Psychology Program’s Commitment to Diversity ›
The APA named UMass Boston as one of only three winners. Alice Carter, director of the clinical psychology program, will accept the prize at the APA 2013 Annual Convention.
Bandopadhyaya, Roemer, Watanabe Receive Distinguished Faculty Awards at Commencement ›
The three UMass Boston professors were honored for extraordinary contributions in teaching, research, and service at the 45th commencement exercises on May 31.
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White House Honors UMass Boston Professor as “Champion of Change” ›
On Monday, May 6, the White House honored 15 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women as “Champions of Change.” Among them is Karen L. Suyemoto, an associate professor of clinical psychology and Asian American studies at UMass Boston.
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Presidential Citizens Medal Recipient Visits UMass Boston ›
On March 3, T. Berry Brazelton, who last month received the Presidential Citizens Medal from President Barack Obama, made a surprise visit to UMass Boston to attend a lecture by Dr. Joy Osofsky.
Psychology Professor Recruiting Children for First-of-its-Kind Autism Study ›
A Psychology professor is recruiting children in the Boston area for a first-of-its-kind study that will assess how children with autism adapt to the early school years and identify predictors that will lead to a successful transition. The research, made possible by a $1.2 million grant, is led in B
Feeling Stressed? UMass Boston Researchers Want to Study Your Hair ›
Researchers from the Horizon Center for Health Equity are offering $25 to students, staff, and faculty who participate in a brief study.