The Week in Beacons Sports (April 8-April 21) ›
The men’s tennis team is enjoying an eight-game winning streak, which matches the longest unbeaten stretch in team history.
Community Partnerships Forged, Strengthened at Annual UMass Boston Symposium ›
The event, hosted by the Office of Community Partnerships, connects the worlds of academia and civic service to create vital social programs inside and outside of Boston.
Many Forms of Leadership On Display at UMass Boston Awards Dinner ›
Undergraduate Student Government and the Alumni Association teamed up April 9 to honor three individuals who have exemplified UMass Boston's mission of service on and off our campus.
UMass Boston Community Reflects on Marathon Tragedy; Honors Victims ›
A large crowd gathered in the Campus Center to remember former student Krystle Campbell, look back on a week of devastation, and begin the healing process.
Service of Reflection Set for Monday Afternoon ›
The university is also offering counseling and other services to members of our community in the wake of Monday's marathon tragedy.
UMass Boston Mourns Former Student Krystle Campbell ›
Former UMass Boston student Krystle Campbell, who studied sociology at UMass Boston from 2005-2007, was among the victims of Monday's bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
UMass Boston Professor Awarded Fulbright Grant to Conduct Research in India ›
Pratyush Bharati, associate professor and chair of the Management Science and Information Systems Department, has been awarded the 2013-2014 Fulbright grant to study social media and Innovation as a senior researcher in India.
Trio with UMass Boston Ties Will Run Boston Marathon ›
Students Steven Tashjian and Greg Fleming, and UMass Boston supporter Lauryn Field running Monday's 117th annual race to benefit cancer research, university programs.
The Week in Beacons Sports (April 1-April 7) ›
Tennis, baseball teams go undefeated in Little East Conference play
Soccer, Volleyball Teams Receive Championship Rings ›
The women’s volleyball team, winners of their fourth straight Little East Conference regular season and tournament titles, had some company at the championship ring ceremony on Monday -- the women's soccer team.