This week UMass Boston’s William Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences is hosting its 31st annual Writers’ Workshop, working sessions with distinguished writers and artists. The Her Story Is project is a yearlong collaboration between female Iraqi and American artists.
The Vietnam Writers Association and the Vietnam Union for the Arts and Literature awarded national medals to UMass Boston's William Joiner Institute for the institute's contributions to the arts and literature in Vietnam.
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.
UMass Boston’s William Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences hosted its 30th annual Writers’ Workshop last week, offering an opportunity to study with and learn from award-winning poets and writers.
The William Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences sponsored the 29th Writers’ Workshop, which features classes and individual consultations in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, drama, and memoir, last month.
The William Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences presents Minoo Emami's "The Aura of War" from March 21 through April 26 in the Harbor Gallery. Emami’s work focuses on the consequences of war, with a particular focus on war’s effect on women.
Carlos and Melida Arredondo ’92 established the Arredondo Brothers’ Memorial Scholarship at UMass Boston this year to honor Carlos’s two sons.
Current UMass Boston students who are siblings of military members, veterans, or fallen heroes are invited to apply for a new $1,000 scholarship funded by the Arredondo Family Foundation. The deadline is October 30.
Faculty and Staff Receive $174,500 for UMass President's Science and Technology Initiative and Creative Economy Initiatives.
On Tuesday afternoon, a full audience of students, faculty, and community members welcomed Noam Chomsky to UMass Boston.