In her new book, Sindiso Mnisi Weeks proposes a cooperative governance model that would deliver peace and protection from violence as well as mitigation of poverty and destitution – that rural people genuinely need.
UMass Boston’s first Asian American studies class was reactivated in 1987. Today, the Asian American Studies Program offers the largest selection of Asian American Studies courses, faculty, and community resources of any university in New England.
The School for Global Inclusion and Social Development has teamed up with the Honors College to offer a new certificate program available to all UMass Boston undergraduates, and today, there's a chance to learn all about it.
UMass Boston Moves Up 12 Spots in Annual Ranking of Top-Tier College and Universities
UMass Boston is home to a minor in Native American and indigenous studies and four minority research institutions, including the Institute for New England Native American Studies.
A professor and two students from UMass Boston’s College of Management won second place and a cash award in an international business case study, and then donated the prize money to the local nonprofit they studied.
A survey by SmartAsset.com finds UMass Boston is among the best values in Massachusetts.
Robyn Dangora, Suzzanne Freeze, and Paul Dyson are part of the Run for Krystle. They are running in Monday’s Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund. Campbell was killed in the 2013 bombing.
Tom Sannicandro, a former state legislator and longtime champion for those with disabilities, joins the Institute.
The goal of the UMass Boston-SSRC Transdisciplinary Dissertation Proposal Development Program is to provide guidance, mentorship, and a structure for developing and completing dissertation research proposals.