UMass Boston Alum Focuses on Treating Whole Self in Third Act as Endurance Coach

Colleen Locke | April 12, 2018

Rob Reinhard ’03 says a holistic education at UMass Boston prepared him to be first a licensed mental health counselor and now an endurance and wellness coach who owns his own business.

Professor Lakshmi Srinivas Interviewed for BBC Radio

Sociology Department | December 13, 2017

Her comments were included in the "Dubbing Movies" episode of "The Why Factor."

Creative Economy Initiatives Fund Supports Local Artists, History, Africa

Colleen Locke | September 11, 2017

UMass Boston faculty and staff have received a combined $102,350 from UMass President Marty Meehan’s office and the Creative Economy Initiatives Fund. Projects include a hip-hop oral history project and survey of Boston residents.

UMass Boston’s CLA Undergraduate Research Showcase Highlights Academically Ambitious Students

Anna Fisher-Pinkert | April 27, 2017

On April 25, undergraduate students gathered in UMass Boston’s Alumni Lounge to present posters and papers.

Public Statement of the Human Rights Faculty on the US Travel Ban

Human Rights Faculty of UMass Boston | February 16, 2017

Our community comes from different parts of the world, including those covered by this travel ban.

Professor Amy Den Ouden to Present at the Aquinnah Cultural Center

Brittany Downey, Department Manager WGS | September 27, 2016

Indigenous Women, Colonial Violence, and Histories of Resistance in Southern New England

UMass Boston Professor’s New Book Looks at ‘Outsourced Children’ of Adoption in China

Office of Communications | September 12, 2016

Sociology Prof Leslie Wang: Adoption of Chinese Children by Western Parents is Political, Social Issue

Third Cohort of CVP Career Academy Grads Starts School Year with Real Estate Experience

Colleen Locke | August 17, 2016

Twenty-five UMass Boston students who spent 10 weeks as paid interns at construction, real estate, and hospitality firms graduated from the CVP Career Academy on Friday.

UMass Boston Professor Studying Criminal Justice Reform with NIJ Grant

Zach Herman | July 18, 2016

Kevin Wozniak, an assistant professor of sociology, is testing public opinion toward justice reinvestment, which aims to redirect money from prisons to communities.

Two Sociology Students Awarded Doctoral Dissertation Research Grants

Sociology Department | June 15, 2016

Kate Phelps and Jay Byron have received $6,996 to support their original research projects.