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  • Climate-change art on display
    Boston Globe, April 21 2013
    Students in Grade 3 through high school have created climate change-themed artwork as part of a project coordinated by professors from UMass Lowell and UMass Boston. The Lowell Regional Transit Authority is displaying the best entries.
  • Wayland Library Will Welcome Award-Winning Poets Sunday
    Wayland Patch, April 20 2013
    Assistant Professor of English Jill McDonough read from her recent work at the Wayland Library.
  • Boston blasts shine light on Gov. Deval Patrick Boston blasts shine light on Gov. Deval Patrick
    USA Today, April 19 2013
    Assistant Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham talks to USA Today about Governor Deval Patrick’s reassuring presence in the aftermath of the Marathon bombings and subsequent manhunt.
  • Millburn High School student earns second place in ‘Chinese Bridge’ contest
    NJ.com, April 17 2013
    High school junior Sylvia Levy of Millburn, New Jersey, won second place in a Chinese-language speaking contest sponsored by the Confucius Institute at UMass Boston.
  • India’s patently wise decision
    April 17 2013
    Outlet: Itmatters.com.ph

    Opinion Arjun Jayadev and Joseph E. Stiglitz NEW YORK -- The Indian Supreme Court's refusal to uphold the patent on Gleevec, the blockbuster cancer drug developed by the Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis, is good news for many of those in Ind
  • Your daughter’s safe, said doctors. But it was her friend ... and Krystle was dead
    Mail Online UK, April 17 2013
    Boston Marathon bombing victim Krystle Campbell attended UMass Boston from 2005-2007.
  • 30 UMass Nursing Students Jumped Into Action
    WTAG-AM, April 16 2013
    Professor Adrienne Wald, director of the undergraduate nursing program at UMass Boston, enlisted 30 of her nursing students to work on “sweep teams” attending to injured and dehydrated runners at Monday’s Boston Marathon. When two bombs exploded near the finish line, the students showed great bravery in tragic circumstances.
  • Nursing students treat Boston injured at medical tent
    USA Today, April 16 2013
    Professor Adrienne Wald, director of the undergraduate nursing program at UMass Boston, enlisted 30 of her nursing students to work on “sweep teams” attending to injured and dehydrated runners at Monday’s Boston Marathon. When two bombs exploded near the finish line, the students showed great bravery in tragic circumstances.
  • Meeting on land parcel now May 19
    Boston Globe, April 14 2013
    The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management released a fiscal impact study estimating a proposed shopping/residential complex in Maynard could generate $859,000 in new annual revenue for the town.
  • 2013 Invention Awards: Smart Ball
    Popular Science, April 13 2013
    Bounce Imaging, a client of the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center at UMass Boston, is cited by PopSci for its invention, a spherical camera that helps search-and-rescue teams access hard-to-reach places in the aftermath of disasters.
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