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  • Gilbane Building tops off $113 million General Academic Building No. 1 for UMass Boston
    New England Real Estate Journal, June 20 2014
    UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley was quoted in an article on the topping-off ceremony for General Academic Building No. 1.
  • Presidents: UMass treatment shows ‘clear inequities’, June 20 2014
    Leaders of the state's other nine public universities say their students face up to $800 in tuition and fee increases.
  • The mystery of where Plymouth got its start
    The Boston Globe, June 19 2014
    David Landon, associate director of the Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research, is interviewed on how the UMass Boston survey team is using ground-penetrating radar to try to locate the original Pilgrim settlement's location.
  • Seeing Red: Washington Redskins’ Trademark Revoked
    Greater Boston, June 19 2014
    Garin Veris, the director of external development for the Division of Athletics and Recreation, Special Programs and Projects and a former defensive end for the New England Patriots, shares his views on the Washington Redskins name controversy.
  • Study: Mass. leads nation in per capita life sciences jobs, June 19 2014
    At an event at UMass Boston's Venture Development Center yesterday, Governor Deval Patrick pointed to new research showing that his Life Sciences Initiative is driving job creation and economic growth.
  • ‘Poetry on the T’ Project Will Continue Through September
    Boston Magazine (Blog), June 19 2014
    For the month of September, UMass Boston will be funding and sponsoring Poetry on the T, a project that replaces advertisements on select transit and bus lines with poems by local authors.
  • Let the Games begin in Boston
    The Boston Globe, June 18 2014
    The former Bayside Expo Center, acquired by UMass Boston in 2010, as been suggested as a possible location for athlete housing should Boston host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
  • UMass Board of Trustees approves tuition, fees freeze, June 18 2014
    The UMass Board of Trustees approved its second consecutive tuition and fee freeze for in-state undergraduate students on Wednesday. UMass Boston tuition and fees will stay at $11,966.
  • The Reading Life With Nigel Hamilton And Amie Parnes
    New Orleans Public Radio, June 17 2014
    Nigel Hamilton, senior fellow at the McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies, talks about his recently published biography on Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The Mantle of Command: FDR at War, 1941-1942.
  • Bunker Hill Community College Wins NEH Grant
    Boston Business Journal, June 16 2014
    UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley comments on how a partnership with UMass Boston's Asian American Studies Program and Bunker Hill Community College has won a $120,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant. Program director Peter Kiang is the team leader for the project.
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