The Week in Beacons Sports (September 10-16) ›
The men’s soccer team won two more games this week, pushing their record to 5-2 and securing their best start since 2006.
Boston Foundation, WBUR, and UMass Boston Partner on Boston Mayoral Forum ›
A forum this fall with candidates for mayor of Boston at the UMass Boston Campus Center will be broadcast live on 90.9 WBUR and streamed on umb.edu.
Chancellor Assesses Campus Environment During 2013 Convocation ›
As UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley took stock of the university’s physical, academic, and cultural environment on Thursday, one of the winners of the university’s first Joint and Common Future Award identified UMass Boston as an institution from which others can learn.
Registration Open for IDEAS Boston 2013 ›
This year’s speakers include a researcher nationally recognized for her work on HIV-1 infected infants, the founder of an organization that helps talented scientists in developing nations conduct life-changing research, and the inventor of a product designed to safely help first responders.
The Week in Beacons Sports (September 3-9) ›
The men's soccer team was 2-0 on the week, which included a huge 7-0 win over Emmanuel College.
UMass Boston Scientists Investigate Fishing in the Lower Mystic River ›
Local organizations will work together to determine if it is safe to fish in the Lower Mystic River.
The Week in Beacons Sports (Aug. 26-Sept. 2) ›
Coaches in the Little East Conference have made the Beacons women’s volleyball team their pick to repeat as conference champions this year. The women's soccer team has also been picked to repeat.
Venture Development Center Fostered Company Turns Skin Cells Into Stem Cells ›
In July, Factor Bioscience received the very first patent covering methods for reprogramming cells using RNA.
Mayor Menino, Chancellor Motley Celebrate Success Boston at Kickoff Event ›
Success Boston students attend 36 Greater Boston colleges and universities, including UMass Boston.
Meet the Next Mayor of Boston on WUMB’s “Commonwealth Journal” ›
11 Candidates for City’s Top Office to Appear on Weekly Radio Show Starting Sunday