The Week in Beacons Sports (September 3-9) ›
The men's soccer team was 2-0 on the week, which included a huge 7-0 win over Emmanuel College.
UMass Boston Presents: Urinetown The Musical ›
The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department presents Urinetown The Musical December 4-7, 2013.
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The Week in Beacons Sports (Aug. 26-Sept. 2) ›
Coaches in the Little East Conference have made the Beacons women’s volleyball team their pick to repeat as conference champions this year. The women's soccer team has also been picked to repeat.
UMass Boston Minute: Chancellor Motley ›
In this UMass Boston Minute, UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley talks about why the first day of school is one of his favorite days of the year.
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Marine Operations Offers Cruise to Recently Opened Harbor Island ›
Explore Peddocks Island on August 14th on the Columbia Point
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UMass Boston Students Go Beyond Classroom to Gain Insights on Caribbean Culture ›
UMass Boston students earning college credit visited eight different Caribbean islands this summer to explore issues like militarization, health disparities, and tourism.
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UMass Boston’s iPad Program Draws National Attention ›
Last year the university had 15 iPads that went from classroom to classroom on a custom-built cart. The program was so successful that the university will have 40 iPads available this fall.
UMass Boston Grad Students, “Candi” Monitor Ecosystems in California, Australia ›
A UMass Boston team used custom-built devices to measure the effects of radiation, erosion, and carbon in California as part of a research project for the National Science Foundation.
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UMass Boston Selected for the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll ›
The Corporation for National and Community Service has honored UMass Boston for its ongoing commitment to community service.
UMass Boston Students Bring Community Up-to-Date on Early Boston History ›
Students in the graduate history program worked with community clients on a walking tour, website and app, and a blog.