UMass Boston’s Darren Kew in Nigeria as Presidential Election Observer ›
Darren Kew, executive director of the Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development, is in Nigeria this week to monitor the March 28 presidential election.
“Hero of the Planet” Peter Raven Delivers Stark Sustainability Message at UMass Boston ›
Earth is suffering because first-world nations have failed to control their consumption, Raven told a large crowd Tuesday in the Lipke Auditorium.
Gerontology Institute’s Newest Healthy Aging Report Shows Education, Income Affect Health ›
On Wednesday, the Tufts Health Plan Foundation released the second part of the Gerontology Institute-produced Massachusetts Healthy Aging Data Report.
PostSecret Creator Frank Warren Spills Secrets Behind PostSecret ›
PostSecret Creator Frank Warren shared with the UMass Boston student audience his favorite submitted secrets for the PostSecret project as well as his own during PostSecret Live!
New Poetry Display Looks at Bright Side of Snow ›
14 poems about winter weather, and the togetherness it creates, are on display in the English Department on the sixth floor of Wheatley.
Baseball, Softball Teams Earn First Wins of the Season on Spring Break Trip to Florida ›
Continuing an annual tradition, the Beacons softball and baseball teams have arrived in Florida for their first games of the season.
Revamped Overcoming Violence Program Making an Impact in Boston City Schools ›
Members of the Boston Police Department and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office say the violence prevention curriculum for Boston middle- and high-school students updated by UMass Boston and its partners last fall is already making an impact.
Dean William Kiernan Joins Governor’s Task Force Targeting Chronic Unemployment ›
Governor Charlie Baker has appointed William Kiernan, founding dean of UMass Boston's School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, to a task force on Economic Opportunity for Populations Facing Chronically High Rates of Unemployment.
UMass Boston Students Journey to Selma for 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday ›
UMass Boston Students Among the Contingent of 50 Who Rode Bus from Boston to Alabama
UMass Boston Graduate Programs Rated Among Nation’s Best By ‘U.S. News and World Report’ ›
UMass Boston graduate programs in nursing, education, and rehabilitation counseling have been ranked among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report “Best Graduate School” rankings released today.