UMass Boston Physics Professors Sign Licensing Deal ›
Biomedical researchers in India will soon be using microscopes invented at UMass Boston.
UMass President’s Office Funds 3 UMass Boston Visual Art, History Projects ›
This year’s recipients are Susan Crandall, director of the Center for Social Policy; David Landon, associate director of the Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research; and Rachel Rubin, director of the Center for the Study of Humanities, Culture, and Society.
UMass Boston Students Visit Brazil, Research Coastal Environment ›
UMass Boston environmental science students have traveled over 4,000 miles to better understand global climate history.
UMass Boston Professor Studying Criminal Justice Reform with NIJ Grant ›
Kevin Wozniak, an assistant professor of sociology, is testing public opinion toward justice reinvestment, which aims to redirect money from prisons to communities.
Professor Susan Zup Wins Inaugural Manning Award ›
Assistant Professor of Psychology Susan Zup won UMass Boston's first Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
UMass Boston Partners with BPS to Provide Additional Training for Minority Women Educators ›
UMass Boston is partnering with Boston Public Schools on the new Women Educators of Color Executive Coaching Program. The 15-month program gives minority women educators mentors, peer support, and the opportunity to take classes in UMass Boston’s educational administration programs for credit.
UMass Boston Offers Dual Enrollment Program at Quincy High School ›
While many high schools students are using their summer vacation to work or relax, 38 rising seniors from Quincy High School and North Quincy High School are avoiding the summer brain drain by taking a college-level Pre-calculus course offered by UMass Boston.
UMass Boston Military Friendly for Third Straight Year ›
The University of Massachusetts Boston, home to nearly 600 student veterans, has been named to Victory Media Inc.’s Military Friendly School® list for the third straight year.
UMass Boston Professor Receives International Young Researcher Award ›
Assistant Professor of Economics Guy Numa is one of just two researchers worldwide to receive the European Society for the History of Economic Thought's 2016 Young Researcher Award.
29th Writers’ Workshop Kicks Off with ‘Women Veterans Speak’ Panel ›
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.