Registration Open for IDEAS UMass Boston Conference on October 29 ›
Registration is now open for the 2014 IDEAS UMass Boston conference, the annual event that brings innovators and leading thinkers from the worlds of science, the arts, technology, and business together, showcasing the innovation happening in this city.
Beacons Sports: Men’s, Women’s Soccer Earn Shutout Wins in Conference Openers ›
The men’s and women’s soccer teams have both started their seasons strong in the Little East Conference, while the women's volleyball team is on a 10-game win streak.
Tower Foundation Grant to Fund Study of College Outcomes for Youth with Disabilities, Autism ›
Innovative Think College approach will be used in inclusive college classes at UMass Boston and Roxbury Community College.
David Lucchino Joins UMass Boston’s Venture Development Center as Entrepreneur in Residence ›
Founder of Semprus BioSciences is mentoring emerging entrepreneurs
UMass Boston Poets Star On The Red Line ›
English professors Jill McDonough, Joyce Peseroff, and Lloyd Schwartz contributed poems to this month's "Poetry on the T" program.
Tweet, Pin, and Post Your Story at UMass Boston Social Media Night ›
Need to make your business stand out on social media? Marketing professor Werner Kunz and a panel of experts will tell you how at Social Media Night on September 25.
National Security Experts Coming to UMass Boston for Terrorism Conference ›
The Society for Terrorism Research’s 8th Annual International Conference Starts Wednesday
Chancellor Motley Welcomes Students Back to School ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley welcomed the largest freshmen class in UMass Boston history when classes began September 2. The chancellor recorded a video message.
UMass Boston Researchers Fight Health Disparities for Children with Autism ›
A $3.9 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health will support early intervention for underserved children in Boston.
Queasy Over Oysters? UMass Boston Scientists Investigate Why Some Are Prone to Bad Bacteria ›
UMass Boston professors and grad students look for new ways to track bacteria outbreaks in oysters.