“Bobbi the Beacon” to Graduate Friday ›
Three-sport athlete Kirsten Morrison is one of a handful of students who plays Bobby the Beacon at campus events.
Chancellor, Provost to Sport UMass Boston-Designed Ties at Commencement ›
The Chancellor's Office commissioned Assistant Professor of Costume Design Rafael Jaen to design 50th anniversary ties and scarves for commencement.
Chemistry Chair Uses Science to Create Art for Local Artist, New York City Gallery Exhibition ›
You can see the work Chair and Professor of Chemistry Robert Carter did for local artist Todd Pavlisko now through May 30 in New York City.
Men’s Soccer Team Receives Championship Rings ›
The men’s soccer team received their Little East Conference championship rings in a special ceremony on Wednesday.
UMass Boston Unveils 50th Anniversary Book ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley unveiled the University of Massachusetts Boston’s new 50th anniversary book at a launch party on Monday.
Classes for UMass Boston’s New Education PhD Programs Start This Summer ›
Classes will begin this summer for students in UMass Boston’s new Leadership in Urban Schools EdD/PhD program. The Board of Higher Education approved the new degree program, along with a new Early Childhood Education PhD program, late last year.
Beacons Spotlight: Triple Threat Kirsten Morrison Named All-Conference ›
Last week, senior exercise and health sciences major Kirsten Morrison became the first UMass Boston Beacon to earn All-Conference honors in three sports: volleyball, basketball, and softball.
Mayors Sign Climate Preparedness Commitment at UMass Boston ›
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh hosted the first ever Regional Mayors Climate Preparedness Summit on Wednesday at UMass Boston’s harbor-side campus.
UMass Boston Receives $1.4M Grant to Promote Motor Development of Children with Disabilities ›
The Center for Social Development and Education (CSDE) at the University of Massachusetts Boston has received a $1.4 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to promote motor development of children with disabilities.
Trotter Institute Director Earns Opportunity to Study Theater in Palestine ›
Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, leaves for Palestine on Wednesday, where she will spend nearly two weeks visiting research institutes and cultural institutions in the West Bank.