“Made” for Success: UMass Boston PhD Student Wins Business Launch Competition with Smartphone App ›
A smartphone app designed by a UMass Boston PhD student and an alumnus won the third annual Business Launch Competition on Tuesday, earning its creators $1,500 and space at the university’s Venture Development Center.
White House Honors UMass Boston Professor as “Champion of Change” ›
On Monday, May 6, the White House honored 15 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women as “Champions of Change.” Among them is Karen L. Suyemoto, an associate professor of clinical psychology and Asian American studies at UMass Boston.
UMass Boston Student Alyssa Trinidad Among “29 Who Shine” in 2013 ›
Alyssa Trinidad, a management major from Winthrop, is the “29 Who Shine” award winner from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
The Week in Beacons Sports (April 29-May 5) ›
Men’s Tennis Wins First Little East Conference Title in 23 Years
UMass Boston to Launch Next Big Thing in Business ›
Six businesses run by UMass Boston students are hoping to join the ranks of eco-friendly surfboard company Green Lightning and picture-sharing social media firm Dpicd as winners of the Entrepreneurship Center’s Business Launch Competition.
Education, Inclusion Discussed During UMass Boston Campus Conversation ›
UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley kicked off a conversation on access to education with remarks on civic virtue, public education, and democracy.
South African Activist Praises Response to Boston Marathon Bombings ›
Albie Sachs, an anti-apartheid activist, car bombing survivor, and one of the authors of South Africa’s constitution, praised the response of UMass Boston students following the Boston Marathon bombings.
Stopping Climate Change, A Global Responsibility ›
UN climate chief Christiana Figueres talks about climate conflict at recent UMass Boston event.
The Week in Beacons Sports (April 22-April 28) ›
For the first time in UMass Boston history, all five spring sports teams have qualified for the postseason.
UMass Boston Students Show Bravery Amid Chaos at Marathon ›
Marathon Monday started with bright smiles for the UMass Boston students who volunteered to be members of a medical "sweep team" for runners in distress. When tragedy struck, theirs became a story of bravery amid chaos