Chancellor Motley Announces Partnership with Teen Empowerment, City of Boston ›
UMass Boston, the City of Boston, and Teen Empowerment, a Roxbury-based nonprofit that works to reduce violence among high-risk youth, will collaborate on a new Youth and Community Transformation Project.
UMass Boston Alumna Gina McCarthy Nominated as EPA Chief ›
The Dorchester native, who graduated from UMass Boston in 1976, was a driving force behind many clear air regulations passed during President Obama's first term.
The Week in Beacons Sports (February 25-March 3) ›
Hockey Teams Close Out Season; Men’s Lacrosse Picks up First Win
In Student Video Contest, Creative Eye and Camera Equals Cash ›
The fourth annual My UMass Boston video contest, which opens Monday, will award $1,000 in prizes to the best student filmmakers on campus.
GAB Groundbreaking is Latest Sign of Progress at UMass Boston ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley, UMass President Robert Caret, university trustees, and community members braved bad weather on Wednesday to start the $113M project.
Trustees Approve New School for the Environment at UMass Boston ›
The University of Massachusetts Boston today took a major step toward becoming a global leader in environmental research, education, and outreach, with the UMass Board of Trustees’s approval of a new School for the Environment.
Beacons Hockey Teams Advance to ECAC Semifinals ›
Both the men's and women's hockey teams will play in the ECAC East tournament semifinals this weekend following big wins in their first-round games.
UMass Boston Breaks Ground on $113 Million General Academic Building No. 1 ›
University’s Second New Academic Building Expected to Open in 2015
Expert on Hispanic Catholicism to Speak at UMass Boston ›
As Catholics around the world celebrate Lent, a season of sacrifice and self-evaluation, the Gastón Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston will host a lecture by Hosffman Ospino, a leading expert on the intersection of Catholicism and Latino culture.
Student Playwrights Festival Kicks Off Wednesday With Free Readings ›
The Performing Arts Department kicks off its inaugural Student Playwrights Festival Wednesday with free staged readings of four plays written by UMass Boston students. Four fully-staged productions follow in March.