Researchers from UMass Boston’s Computer Science Department authored a study concluding that pupil dilation can be used as a “reliable and inexpensive indicator of a subject’s cognitive workload”—a premise that has led to breakthroughs in communicating with paralyzed people who cannot write or speak.
The Marshfield Waterways Committee is preparing a master plan for the town's waterways, and it expects to present a draft to selectmen in the next few weeks.
The seven residents serving on the selectmen-appointed committee have been deciding which
Associate Professor of Africana Studies Jemadari Kamara, who is also director of the Center for African, Caribbean, and Community Development at UMass Boston, will deliver a keynote address August 22 at an event marking the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Several presidents from local schools published a letter this week urging Congress and President Obama to reinvest in higher education research initiatives and student financial aid.
The Association of American Universities and the Association of
UMass Boston’s WUMB-FM Radio and Berklee College of Music have teamed up to host a series of concerts at Carson Beach in August. The series will begin Saturday at 2 p.m. with a performance from Joe’s Truck Stop.
New U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy delivers a speech at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass., Tuesday, July 30, 2013. During her speech, the first as the head of the EPA, McCarthy told an audience that curbing clim
Residents met on Tuesday to discuss the town's adult and senior recreation programs with Monica Lamboy, a consultant from the Edward J. Collins Jr. Center for Public Management at the University of Massachusetts.
Attendance was sparse, but the id