Caro Recognized as One of the First Researchers to Devote Serious Attention to Productive Aging ›
Alternatives that allow people to remain at home and in their communities as long as possible have been a long-standing interest for Frank Caro.
elder care policy,
2012 Doctoral Mentoring Award Goes to Psychologist Karen Suyemoto ›
“My students are amazing,” says Suyemoto. “What makes this award most meaningful for me is that my students and colleagues thought enough to recommend me for it.”
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doctoral mentoring award,
psychologist of color
UMass Boston Professors, Staff Honored for Mentorship ›
New annual mentoring awards are named for Professor Joan Liem, a 40-year faculty member.
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department of conflict resolution, human security, and global governance
UMass Boston Students to Expand Leadership Skills at Conference ›
Five University of Massachusetts Boston students will begin a weeklong intensive leadership program on Saturday.
latino leadership initiative
Trip to Ecuador Provides Teaching Opportunity for UMass Boston Students ›
A dozen UMass Boston students spent the beginning of their summer break volunteering at an orphanage in Quito, Ecuador.
beacon voyages for service
Four Extraordinary Faculty Earn Chancellor’s Awards ›
Four UMass Boston faculty members were honored at commencement June 1 with the annual Chancellor’s Awards for Distinguished Teaching, Scholarship, and Service.
Child Development Unit Marks Move to UMass Boston ›
The Child Development Unit, which moved from its location at Boston Children’s Hospital to the University of Massachusetts Boston in January, held an open house Tuesday to celebrate the brand-new lab.
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child development unit
JFK Winner Albert Chen’s Speech at UMass Boston’s 44th Commencement ›
This is the text of JFK Award Winner Albert Chen's speech to the University of Massachusetts Boston's Class of 2012.
English Major Wins Second Annual Business Launch Competition ›
Senior English major Steeve Joazard and his business partner won $20,000 in prizes in the Entrepreneurship Center’s Business Launch Competition. Two nursing students came in second place.
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business launch competition
Student Entrepreneurs Compete for $22,000 in Prizes ›
Student entrepreneurs representing a half-dozen businesses will make their final presentations Wednesday afternoon in hopes of taking home the top prize in the Entrepreneurship Center's second annual Business Launch Competition.