Six-Word Story Contest Winners Tackle Tough Subjects ›
Lucas Henrique, an economics major from Somerville, took the top $100 prize in the fifth annual Six-Word Story Contest sponsored by the Master’s of Fine Arts and undergraduate Creative Writing programs.
School for the Environment Professor Elected ASLO Fellow ›
UMass Boston Professor Bob Chen has been elected as a fellow in the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO).
UMass Boston Breaks Ground on 1,000-Bed Residence Hall ›
University of Massachusetts Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley and state and local dignitaries broke ground today on a $120 million, 260,000-square-foot residence hall, achieving a long-held goal of providing UMass Boston students with an on-campus residential option.
Four El Mundo Boston Latino 30 Under 30 Recipients Connected to UMass Boston ›
One current UMass Boston student and three alumni are among this year’s El Mundo Boston Latino 30 under 30 recipients. El Mundo Boston honored senior Renata Teodoro, Andrea Ornelas ’15, Jahdiel Perez ’14, and Juana Matías ’09 at an event last month.
UMass Boston to Break Ground on 1,000-Bed Residence Hall ›
UMass Boston will break ground on a new $120 million, 260,000-square-foot residence hall at the intersection of Mt. Vernon Street and the new University Drive West, near the Clark Athletic Center, achieving a long-held goal of providing students with an on-campus residential option.
UMass Boston Students and Local Artists Showcased at Symposium on Art for Cultural Inclusion ›
UMass Boston’s School for Global Inclusion and Social Development cohosted the Second Annual Symposium on Art for Cultural Inclusion during Thanksgiving week, bringing dozens of artists from UMass Boston and the community together to showcase how they use their work to create lasting connections.
COSMIC Physics Curriculum to be Taught Across Thailand ›
40 teachers and 30 school principals gathered in Bangkok to learn to teach lessons from Active Physics, which is being translated into Thai.
Report: Many Women in New England Face Economic Insecurity, Not Recovery ›
Wage Inequality Persists Across Region, Despite Uptick in Earnings
Public Safety Officers Grow Beards, Mustaches for Cancer Research ›
Members of UMass Boston’s Police Department are taking part in No-Shave November, growing mustaches and beards to benefit cancer research and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
UMass Boston Researchers Find Evidence of Original 1620 Plymouth Settlement ›
Three hundred and ninety-five years after Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts, researchers from UMass Boston’s Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research can say they have definitively discovered evidence of the original 1620 Plymouth settlement.