Marathon Bombing Victims, First Responders, Families to Receive Employment Services from ICI ›
UMass Boston’s Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI), in partnership with the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance (MOVA), will help provide employment services and support for those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.
Celebrity Chef Barbara Lynch Visits UMass Boston ›
Local celebrity chef Barbara Lynch visited campus today to give cooking demonstrations and tastings to students, faculty, and staff.
UMass Boston Hosts Roundtable on Wage Equality Best Practices ›
State Treasurer Deb Goldberg, the Massachusetts Office of Economic Empowerment, and the Advisory Committee on Wage Equality hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday at UMass Boston designed to get input from thought leaders and the business community on best practices to close the wage gap.
Beacons Volleyball Wins 7th Straight Conference Title; Tournament Play Begins for Volleyball, Soccer ›
Fans can win a free "Bleed Blue" T-shirt for coming out to Tuesday's women's soccer game and Thursday's women's volleyball game.
College of Management Highlights Influence of Higher Ed on Workforce Development ›
The College of Management hosted and co-sponsored, along with the Boston Business Journal on Thursday, a breakfast discussion on the roles of higher education institutions, employers, and government entities have on workforce development.
UMass Boston Honors Two Ryan Award Winners: Juniors With Perfect GPAs ›
Nursing major Shane Heger and information technology major Zack Sullivan both entered this academic year with a perfect 4.0 GPA. Both are the 2015 recipients of the John W. Ryan Award, named after UMass Boston’s first chancellor.
Six-Word Story Contest Winners Draw Inspiration From Memories, Chance Encounters ›
UMass Boston's MFA and Undergraduate Creative Writing programs announced the winners of the fourth annual Six-Word Story Contest on Wednesday.
Ann Bookman Looking Ahead as Center for Women in Politics Celebrates 20th Anniversary ›
Director Says UMass Boston Center Focused on 'Giving Women the Tools They Need' to be Leaders
Rehabilitation Counseling Program Wins $917K Dept. of Education Grant ›
Our #1-ranked rehab counseling program has funding for 38 new scholarships over five years.
UMass Boston Biology Students Published in Science ›
UMass Boston biology students Emal Lesha, Haydy George, Jurgen Poci, and Rebeca Cortazio learned a few weeks ago that a paper they helped author was published in Science. George was acknowledged as a co–lead author.