Grad Student, Guide Dog to Receive Diplomas at UMass Boston’s Commencement May 30 ›
William O’Donnell and his guide dog Marshall will lead the graduating students from the McCormack Graduate School of Public Policy and Global Studies into UMass Boston’s main commencement ceremony on Friday, May 30.
UMass Boston Students Excel in Cybersecurity Competitions ›
Students majoring in information technology and computer science compete in team and individual competitions.
Climate Change Expert Christiana Figueres to Speak at UMass Boston Commencement ›
3,863 students will receive their degrees at University of Massachusetts Boston's 46th commencement ceremony, to be held Friday, May 30.
College of Nursing and Health Sciences Celebrates 35 Years with E-Posters, Student Presentations ›
The anniversary celebration, which includes e-posters, oral presentations and two keynote lectures, ends with an awards dinner tonight.
Undergraduates Collaborate with Peers in Scotland ›
Poster session celebrates exchange program with Glasgow Caledonian University.
Overthink Notes Wins Best Student Startup in 4th Business Launch Competition ›
A software platform that allows students to take notes, collaborate, and prepare for exams more effectively was chosen as the best student startup in this year's annual Business Launch Competition.
UMass Boston’s Nigeria Expert Weighs in on Boko Haram Kidnappings ›
Darren Kew, executive director of UMass Boston's Center for Peace, Democracy, and Development, is emerging as a leading national expert on the Boko Haram kidnappings in Nigeria.
The Week in Beacons Sports: Senior Outfielder Co-Conference Player of the Year ›
Senior Jamill Moquete recorded 45 hits, including seven doubles, six triples, and four home runs.
Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga Highlights Africa’s Development ›
Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga visited the UMass Boston campus on May 6 to deliver a talk, “The Awakening African Lion,” as part of the Distinguished International Lecture series.
Chemistry Education, Challenged Stereotypes Covered at Annual Faculty Research Celebration ›
Three faculty members spoke about their community-engaged scholarship, fitting the theme “Made in Boston, Ready for the World,” at the university’s annual Faculty Research Celebration.