UMass Boston to Host Marathon Remembrance, Raise Money for This Year’s Runners ›
The UMass Boston campus community will participate in a series of events next week to celebrate this year’s Boston Marathon and to commemorate the victims of last year’s tragedy, including alumna Krystle Campbell.
Mayor Walsh Announces Life Science Internship Training Program at UMass Boston ›
$206,000 will go toward developing an online course for students.
UMass Boston to Host Boston Marathon Remembrance on Tuesday ›
All members of the university community are invited to attend the event, which will be held in the Campus Center, Ballroom C, from noon to 3 p.m., to mark the one-year anniversary of the attacks.
Students Integral to UMass Boston Partnership Development, Expansion ›
With more than 900 community partnerships documented in 2014, it’s clear faculty, staff, and students are making the university’s civic engagement mission a priority.
Be a Part of New General Academic Building: Sign Beam in Person or Online ›
Those who can’t make the beam signing for General Academic Building No. 1 on April 30 can do so online and on their phones.
UMass Boston Celebrates Honors College with Week of Events ›
Honors College Week begins Monday, April 14, with the centerpiece panel discussion, “What Does It Mean to Be Human?” on April 15
The Week in Beacons Sports: Women’s Softball Coach Picks up 100th Win ›
Softball Head Coach Natalia Ardagna has more wins than any previous Beacons softball coach.
UMass Boston Wins BostInno’s Campus Innovation Challenge ›
BostInno readers offered a resounding answer to the question "Who is out-innovating whom?", making UMass Boston the runaway winner of the second annual Campus Innovation March Madness Challenge
Oscar Winner Oliver Stone to Share “Untold History” at UMass Boston ›
The influential director of "Platoon" and "JFK" and noted history scholar Peter Kuznick will discuss their book and companion miniseries at an April 4 campus event.
Venture Development Center Gets Boost from Massachusetts Life Sciences ›
Nearly $600,000 will go toward capital improvements to the VDC