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  • Concord’s local scholars
    The Concord Journal, October 08 2013
    Angela Sheppard, Victoria Prete, Ryan Lynch, Toni Leibbrandt, and Matthew Hendrick are among those on UMass Boston’s spring 2013 dean's list.
  • UMass Boston Earns Last Second Win Over Wentworth
    D3soccer.com, October 07 2013
    The women’s soccer team bested Wentworth Institute of Technology 3-2 on Tuesday. The Beacons have now won five out of their last six games.
  • Environmentalists protest in Boston against Keystone XL oil pipeline
    MassLive.com, October 07 2013
    Retired UMass Boston professor Richard Horsley was one of 200 environmental activists who protested outside the Tip O’Neill Federal Building in Boston on Monday, urging President Obama not to approve the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline.
  • Incredible Technology: How Today’s Archaeologists Kick Indiana Jones’ Butt
    Yahoo! News, October 07 2013
    UMass Boston research scientist John Steinberg says advances in technology allow archaeologists to “dig much less and know much more.”
  • If subways can sell iPhones, why can’t they sell science?
    Nashuatelegraph.com, October 07 2013
    UMass Boston is one of the participants of ScienceToGo, which launched its first campaign last week. The campaign features the character Ozzie the Ostrich, who discuss what scientists know, and don’t know, about global warming and climate change.
  • Patience, empathy, and a desire to prevent crises
    The Boston Globe, October 06 2013
    Alumna Kimberly Conley says the graduate program in family therapy at UMass Boston provided her with the skills and education necessary to become an effective therapist. Program director Gonzalo Bacigalupe says the courses help aspiring therapists learn how to address the differing needs of every family member they help.
  • No end in sight to ‘embarrassing’ impasse
    Boston Herald, October 06 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham says international observers are likely baffled by the U.S. government shutdown, which he calls “embarrassing.”
  • SEEN ON SCENE: Mass. Memories Roadshow hits Provincetown
    Provincetown Banner, October 05 2013
    UMass Boston’s Mass Memories Road Show was met with great enthusiasm on a recent visit to Provincetown, drawing more than 90 participants in the first two hours alone.
  • City has 7 bids in for waterfront fed aid
    GloucesterTimes.com, October 05 2013
    ...new shellfish product in Bay State waters. A collaboration among the University of Massachusetts at Boston, Mortillaro s Lobster Co. and the...
  • State House Roundup: Wheels Off
    WBUR, October 04 2013
    The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission’s Annual Health Care Cost Trends Hearing took place at UMass Boston last week.
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