UMass Boston’s Urban Harbors Institute Report Examines Opportunities to Protect Coastal Eelgrass ›
Eelgrass is a critical component of New England’s coastline. It is also vital to the fishing industry, providing a nursery, shelter, and food source for commercially harvested fish.
Turkish University Names Library After UMass Boston Gerontology Director ›
For Nina Silverstein, director of the undergraduate gerontology certificate programs at UMass Boston, an out-of-the-blue email in 2006 sparked a long-running professional partnership.
Governor Patrick Visits UMass Boston to Unveil High-Demand Scholarship Program ›
The new initiative awards $2 million to 800 students studying for high-demand career in public colleges and universities across the state.
Paul Pierce Delivers The Truth on Health to UMass Boston Students ›
The future NBA Hall of Famer came to UMass Boston on March 14 to tell students how a few simple lifestyle changes turned him into the superstar he is today.
Institute for Community Inclusion Fellow Raises Awareness of Down Syndrome ›
The short videos by Emmy Award winner Melanie Perkins McLaughlin, winner of the Crocker Family Fellowship, debuted March 21 on the 8th annual World Down Syndrome Day.
The Week in Beacons Sports (March 18-March 24) ›
Track and field sets program records in 2013 outdoor debut.
Kendrick Lamar Playing UMass Boston on May 8 ›
The 25-year-old California native rocketed to fame last year on the success of his album, "Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City."
Who Will Win March Madness? UMass Boston Alumnus Andrew Clark Can Probably Tell You ›
Clark '09 has picked five of the last eight Final Four champions, and his book offers tips on how to ace your NCAA bracket
The Week in Beacons Sports (March 11-March 17) ›
The UMass Boston baseball and softball teams opened their 2013 seasons in sunny Florida as New England struggled to shake off winter.
Ice-T Tells UMass Boston Students How He Left Behind a Life of Crime ›
The legendary rapper shared his personal journey from the mean streets of LA to the top of the entertainment industry at the Campus Center on March 6.