The UMass Boston community welcomed more than 1,500 admitted students and their guests to campus on Saturday, April 8, for the second of UMass Boston’s Welcome Days for Accepted Students.
What constitutes value when it comes to prescription drugs was a recurring theme at a panel Tuesday morning sponsored by UMass Boston’s Set Sail for Success Program and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.
On exhibit from April 3 to May 4, "Of Things Which Do Not Appear" looks at the eyes and hands of machines. There's an opening reception on April 13 from 4 to 6.
The Strange Fruit exhibit “Horror Stories of Lynching” features narratives of oppression hung from tree branches, spray-painted gold to represent power and beauty.
For the fourth year, the University of Massachusetts has formed a Boston Marathon team that will honor the memory of UMass Boston alumna Krystle Campbell, who lost her life in the 2013 marathon bombing, and raise money for a scholarship fund established in her memory.
This weekend in Naperville, Illinois, Little East Indoor Rookie Field and Track Athlete of the Year Wadeline Jonathas secured her first national title in the 400-meter dash with a time of 55.60.
The UMass Boston community welcomed more than 1,100 people to campus — including 443 admitted students — on Saturday, February 25, for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions’ Welcome Day I activities.
Honors Students Partner with BPS on Street Trauma Research, Present Findings to Superintendent Chang
UMass Boston students taking the class Understanding Their Experiences with Street Trauma: Youth Participatory Action Research Methods were co-researchers with students at Community Academic of Health and Sciences (CASH) High School in Dorchester on a photovoice research project in fall 2016.
The spring lineup of the UMass Boston Film Series kicks off this weekend with a special three-part screening of OJ: Made in America, which has a 2017 Academy Award nomination in the Best Documentary category.
UMass Boston Honors College and MBA Students Advise Mayor Walsh on Bringing Millennials to City Hall
For the third year in a row, students in UMass Boston’s Honors College tackled a project for Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. The fall semester’s assignment: attracting millennials to jobs in Boston, specifically City Hall.