UMass Boston Awards Former Student Krystle Campbell with Posthumous Degree; Scholarship Fund Set Up ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley awarded a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to former student Krystle Campbell, a victim of the April 15 bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon.
Summer Weather Greets 3,600 Graduates at UMass Boston Commencement ›
Speaker Gus Speth tells new graduates to measure wealth by people, not possessions
3 Professors, 2 Students Earn Fulbright Awards to Study Abroad ›
Social media, British literature, water supply will be subjects of inquiry for faculty winners
Six Beacons Qualify for NCAA Track Championship ›
For the first time in almost 30 years, a group of University of Massachusetts Boston athletes will compete in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field National Championship meet.
UMass Boston Runs, Walks to Raise $1K for One Fund ›
More than 100 people participate in UMass Boston Strong 2.62-Mile Run/Walk
UMass Boston Student Chosen for Statewide Outstanding Public Affairs Student Award ›
McCormack Grad School’s Stacy Randell earns 2013 Paul G. Keough Outstanding Student of Public Administration Award
UMass Boston Hosts Panel of Social Media Experts ›
Representatives from Google, Hill Holiday, HubSpot, and more were on hand to answer the question, "What's next in social media?"
UMass Boston Hosts 2.62 Mile Run/Walk for Marathon Victims ›
UMass Boston is inviting students, faculty, staff, and community members to participate in the UMass Boston Strong 2.62 Mile Run/Walk on Thursday to raise money for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
UMass Boston to Award Posthumous Degree to Krystle Campbell ›
Bachelor of arts degree to be awarded May 31 at undergraduate commencement
The Week in Beacons Sports (May 6-12) ›
A 5-2 loss to Skidmore College in the NCAA Tournament ends the best-ever season for men's tennis at UMass Boston