A new student group is demonstrating that UMass Boston's student population, a close reflection of Boston’s at-large population, makes Boston’s only public university a truly inclusive community where people with various backgrounds and struggles can feel accepted.
These are just some of the 2,922 UMass Boston students who earned undergraduate degrees at the TD Garden on May 27.
1,340 graduate, doctoral students honored; undergraduates to be celebrated on Friday
UMass Boston’s College of Public and Community Service recognized the work of faculty, alumni, and State Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz at an Open House reception on Monday.
More than 65 students and their families took part in a basketball tournament, toured the UMass Boston campus, and talked about violence in their community with Attorney General Maura Healey on Sunday.
Ana Maria Maniero Moreira spent the last year at UMass Boston looking at recycling practices in Boston to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of two recycling collaboratives in São Paulo, Brazil.
A walk down Mount Vernon Street from UMass Boston’s Columbia Point campus to the Walter Denney Youth Center inspired a winning grant proposal from College of Public and Community Service students and the Harbor Point Outreach Partnership
Designation is another milestone in the university's evolution as a hub for world-changing research.
The city agency offers assistance to immigrant and newcomer communities in Boston
On Tuesday at 9 p.m., PBS stations around the country will premiere The Mine Wars.