Calling it a neighborhood jewel that will further connect the university to the community, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joined Chancellor J. Keith Motley, local officials, and community members in celebrating UMass Boston’s newly constructed section of the HarborWalk on Monday.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley will deliver his convocation address on Thursday, September 17, which will highlight UMass Boston’s humble beginnings, 50 years of growth in academic resources and its diverse student body, and the priorities that will shape the university into the future.
Journalist and novelist Michele Norris encouraged the Class of 2019 during the fourth annual New Student Investiture Ceremony to listen, to get to know one another, and invest in themselves.
The 2013-14 men's and women's track and field teams and the 2014-15 men's hockey team were honored for their past accomplishments on Monday
Chancellor J. Keith Motley greeted students at the Campus Center with members of the UMass Boston staff.
Beginning this fall, Beacons Athletics will launch a campaign called “We Are One” that highlights the relationships our student-athlete population shares with administration, faculty, and staff.
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"In Flux" is an apt description of both the nature of the work and Nancy Hayes’s journey as an artist: an ongoing evolution. The show will be on exhibit in the Harbor Gallery from September 8 through October 15.
A newly constructed section of the HarborWalk, between the JFK Library and Museum and Harbor Point Apartments, has opened to the public.
UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department will present a Musical Theatre Cabaret Oct. 14–15 and the play Museum, by Tina Howe, Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11.