In the Media


  • 2014 AASCU Board of Directors Takes Office at Annual Meeting, October 24 2013
    UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley became chair-elect of the American Association of State Colleges Board of Directors on Wednesday. Chancellor Motley will assume the chairmanship in 2015.
  • Both rivals promise inclusive mayoralty
    Boston Globe, October 24 2013
    UMass Boston’s Commonwealth Compact was one of more than two dozen organizations that pushed for Wednesday night’s debate between mayoral candidates John Connolly and Marty Walsh, which focused on diversity issues.
  • Tayla Andrews’ Game-Winner Pushes UMass Boston Past Brandeis 2-1 In Double Overtime, October 23 2013
    Tayla Andrews' Game-Winner Pushes UMass Boston Past Brandeis 2-1 In Double Overtime BOSTON, Mass. BOSTON, Mass. Tayla Andrews (Plymouth, Mass.)
  • UMass Boston planning center for fast-growing student veterans population, October 23 2013
    Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management Kathleen Teehan says UMass Boston is preparing to open a new Center of Excellence for Veterans next fall, which will provide veterans-specific services including financial aid and benefits information, tutoring, advising, counseling, and more.
  • Pizzetti Powers UMass Boston Past Massachusetts Maritime, 4-0, October 22 2013
    Pizzetti Powers UMass Boston Past Massachusetts Maritime, 4-0 MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME MEN'S SOCCER Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Clark Athletic Field,
  • Patrick: American Dream in Mass. is in trouble
    CommonWealth Magazine, October 22 2013
    Governor Deval Patrick cited new construction projects at UMass Boston, including the nearly completed Integrated Sciences Complex, as symbols of educational progress in the commonwealth during a Tuesday speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
  • Krista Ledin Named NSCAA Division III Women’s Soccer National Player of the Week, October 22 2013
    Krista Ledin Named NSCAA Division III Women's Soccer National Player of the Week BOSTON, Mass. BOSTON, Mass. For the first time in program history,
  • Researchers: Quincy must start planning for sea level rise
    Cambridge Chronicle -, October 22 2013
    The Boston Harbor Association commissioned UMass Boston researchers for a study which showed in the next 85 years, sections of Quincy will be submerged in 6 feet of water when a major storm hits.
  • Combat Paper Pop-up Exhibit & Reading Set for Fort Point Gallery, 10/26
    Broadway, October 21 2013
    The William Joiner Center Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences is sponsoring a weeklong series of workshops and events in conjunction with the Combat Paper Project. Today until Friday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., veterans are encouraged to bring their uniforms to the Campus Center. The uniforms will be turned into paper, then into works of art.
  • Research into ancient Fraser Island coast
    Sunshine Coast Daily, October 20 2013
    Associate Professor Allen Gontz, the undergraduate program director for the School for the Environment, is collaborating with colleagues in Australia on a new project that uses ground-penetrating radar to study the history of weather in the area.
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