Fellows in the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP), based out of the UMass Boston Center for Collaborative Leadership, are working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Massachusetts Business Roundtable.
The University of Massachusetts Boston's College of Management is recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools.
The three-day 2014 Presidential Summit on Climate Leadership kicked off at the University of Massachusetts Boston this month with an overview of the university’s sustainability efforts in and out of the classroom.
Associate Professor Pacey Foster received a contract to evaluate impact for the Adams Art Program at the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC).
Richard Boone, one of three distinguished speakers invited by the School for the Environment and the Coasts and Communities IGERT program, kicks off the series on September 24, 2014.
Need to make your business stand out on social media? Marketing professor Werner Kunz and a panel of experts will tell you how at Social Media Night on September 25.
The Center for Sustainable Enterprise and Regional Competitiveness (SERC) at UMass Boston in partnership with Biogen Idec is pleased to announce the Biogen Idec-SERC Fellowship.
For the fifth consecutive year, UMass Boston has made the Princeton Review’s Green Colleges Guide.
Distinguished Alumnus of the College of Management, Philip Puccia, MBA Class of 1995, offered remarks at the CM Commencement Ceremony
Learn about updates from the this year's graduate and undergraduate Student Managed Funds.