UMass Boston Minute: Shauna Lo and Chinese Laundries in Massachusetts ›
In the latest UMass Boston Minute, we hear from the assistant director of the Institute for Asian American Studies, Shauna Lo.
Massachusetts Appeals Court to Return to UMass Boston Oct. 18 ›
The Massachusetts Appeals Court returns to the University of Massachusetts Boston on Friday, October 18 to hear criminal and civil cases.
College of Management Featured in The Princeton Review’s “Best 295 Business Schools: 2014 Edition” ›
The College of Management at UMass Boston is recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the nation's best business schools.
Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy Introduces New Director Ann Bookman ›
The accomplished scholar and researcher is making her first stop at a public university, but Ann Bookman's arrival at UMass Boston is no accident.
The Week in Beacons Sports (October 8-14) ›
The men's and women's soccer teams were 2-0 on the week and the women's tennis team kept their playoff hopes alive with back-to-back wins for the first time since 2011.
UMass Boston’s Trotter Institute Analyzes Problems, Solutions for Prisoners After Incarceration ›
The impact of incarceration on prisoners and their families after they are released is the focus of the new Trotter Review, an annual publication of UMass Boston's William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture.
UMass Boston to Induct 6 Athletes, Tennis Team into Hall of Fame ›
UMass Boston’s Division of Athletics and Recreation, Special Programs and Projects will induct its eleventh Hall of Fame class on Thursday at 5: 30 p.m. at the Clark Athletic Center.
UMass Boston Professor Appointed to U.N. Scientific Advisory Board ›
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Maria Ivanova to the new United Nations Scientific Advisory Board.
The Week in Beacons Sports (October 1-7) ›
Freshman tennis player Nuha Muntasser has been named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Week for the second time this season.
UMass Boston Joins Boston Learns Together Effort ›
The new educational coalition brings together 59 leaders from Boston’s nonprofit, cultural, higher education, business and philanthropic sectors.