UMass Boston Selected for the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll ›
The Corporation for National and Community Service has honored UMass Boston for its ongoing commitment to community service.
UMass Boston Professor Honored for 30-Year Commitment to Asian American Education ›
Peter Kiang was surprised to learn he was being nationally recognized for his research work around improving education for Asian American, refugee, and immigrant populations.
UMass Boston Students Bring Community Up-to-Date on Early Boston History ›
Students in the graduate history program worked with community clients on a walking tour, website and app, and a blog.
Senator Elizabeth Warren Highlights New England Pension Assistance Project ›
“If we expanded the program, how much money could we potentially recover for our seniors?” Senator Warren asked.
UMass Boston Alumni Mark 20th Anniversary of Higher Ed EdD Program ›
On Thursday, June 20, the Higher Education Administration Doctoral Program kicked off its 20th anniversary with a panel discussion, reception, and dinner in UMass Boston’s Campus Center Ballroom.
DCR Chief Lambert Named Vice Chancellor at UMass Boston ›
University of Massachusetts Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley today announced the appointment of Edward M. Lambert, Jr. as vice chancellor for Government Relations and Public Affairs.
Harbor Cruises Return for Summer 2013 ›
Weekly lunchtime cruises departing from Fox Point Dock are free for students through September 30.
UMass Boston Student Veteran Sam Chandler Wins JFK Award ›
The 37th winner of UMass Boston's top academic award told the commencement crowd that childhood nature hikes with his mom inspired his philosophy of engagement and service.
UMass Boston Awards Posthumous Degree To Marathon Bombing Victim ›
The brother of Krystle Campbell, a former sociology student who died in the April 15 attack, accepted a posthumous bachelor of arts degree on her behalf.
A Day of Firsts for Many in UMass Boston’s Class of 2013 ›
More than half of this year's graduates were the first in their families to earn a college degree, and some online learners were getting their first good look at the seaside campus.