Poet Eileen Myles ’71, Discusses Her UMass Boston Experience at Reading ›
“I had this incandescent experience here. UMass Boston was completely formative to me. I became an artist here.”
MassTLC 2014 Healthcare Conference at UMass Boston Highlights Local Innovators ›
The Venture Development Center was the site of the annual conference, and three startups incubating there were part of the conversation.
UMass Boston Classmates Earn Diversity and Inclusion Award for Setting Up Rwanda Children’s Library ›
International relations students Parfait Gasana and Wade Cedar won a 2014 DANDI award on December 1.
UMass Boston and GBLN Research Shows Latinos Underrepresented in City Leadership ›
The new study led to the creation of a Boston Diversity and Inclusion Team
New Voices, New Stories: Student and Alumni Playwrights to Have Their Plays Performed This Week ›
Two years after the first student playwrights festival, there will once again be an opportunity for audiences to hear and watch plays written by current UMass Boston students and alumni.
UTeach Program Expands to UMass Boston ›
The grant will help prepare teachers in STEM fields.
Need for More Certificate, Undergraduate Programs Stressed at National Cybersecurity Conference ›
Panelists at the National Cybersecurity Network Workforce Summit were unanimous in their assessment Tuesday: there is a critical need for more educational programs to prepare a workforce highly skilled in cybersecurity.
UMass Boston Panel Tackles History of Public Higher Education in Massachusetts ›
Commissioner of Higher Education Richard Freeland joined two longtime members of the UMass Boston community for the discussion as part of the campus' 50th anniversary celebrations.
After 40 Years, Charlie Titus to Retire from Coaching at End of Basketball Season ›
After nearly four decades at the helm of the University of Massachusetts Boston men’s basketball program, Head Coach Charlie Titus has announced that the 2014–15 season will be his last on the Beacons bench.
Governor Patrick Announces $21.5 Million to Create Higher Ed Campus in Downtown Brockton ›
Governor Deval Patrick today joined leaders from the University of Massachusetts Boston, Massasoit Community College, and Bridgewater State University, to announce $21.5 million for the renovation of 226 Main Street to bring a new higher education campus to downtown Brockton.