UMass Boston Hosts Fastest-Growing Inner-City Businesses, Governor Baker ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley and Governor Charlie Baker welcomed more than 250 leaders from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to the University of Massachusetts Boston on Wednesday as part of the 2015 Inner City 100 Conference, convened by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC).
Chancellor Motley Named to “Power 50” List of Influential Bostonians for Fifth Straight Year ›
Chancellor Motley has been named a “Power 50” player every year the Boston Business Journal has published the list.
Director of New Urban Planning and Community Development Program Brings Expertise from NOLA, Memphis ›
Ken Reardon is the director of a new graduate program in the School for the Environment.
Local West Africans to Present UMass Boston’s Darren Kew with Lifetime Achievement Award ›
The Yoruba Elders International Society, a charitable organization made up of West Africans now living in Rhode Island, will present UMass Boston Professor Darren Kew with a lifetime achievement award on Saturday in Providence.
Center for Social Policy Receives $500K Grant ›
CSP receives $500,000 grant for “On Solid Ground: Building Opportunity and Preventing Family Homelessness in Massachusetts.”
UMass Boston Athletics Begins Yearlong Commitment to Pine Street Inn ›
UMass Boston Athletics last week became the first program in the state to make a full-year commitment to the Pine Street Inn.
UMass Boston’s Men’s Soccer Team No. 23 in National Poll ›
For the first time in program history, UMass Boston’s men’s soccer team is ranked in a national poll. On Tuesday, the 10-0 Beacons moved up to No. 23 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Division III Top 25 Poll.
Registration Open for IDEAS UMass Boston on October 28 ›
Registration is now open for IDEAS UMass Boston, which returns Wednesday, October 28, to UMass Boston’s Campus Center Ballroom with a new format.
UMass Boston Announces New Leadership Model at Third Annual Early Education Leadership Forum ›
At the forum, Early Education Research, Policy, and Practice Post Master’s Certificate Program Director Anne Douglass talked about how the program’s success laid the groundwork for UMass Boston’s new PhD in early childhood education. She also announced the development of a new model for leadership.
Chancellor Motley Receives “Ground Breaking and Vision Award” at Roxbury Community College Gala ›
UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley was honored with a Ground Breaking and Vision Award from Roxbury Community College on Friday during the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center’s 20th Anniversary Gala.