The Institute for Asian American Studies at UMass Boston reports a 76 percent increase in the number of Indian heritage residents in Massachusetts from 2000 to 2010. The jump is especially noticeable in communities such as Shrewsbury, where nearly 9 percent of residents have Indian roots.
Article on how one of the top finishers of the Mass. State Science and Engineering Fair has received a four-year scholarship to UMass Boston. Jacob Grondin studied the eyespots of freshwater flatworms before and after regeneration for his project, Getting NERVEous.
The Rev. John Denning, a doctoral candidate in higher education administration at UMass Boston, has been named the new president of Stonehill College in Easton. Denning is currently the vice president for student affairs at Stonehill.
The popularity of “The Office” has triggered a wave a TV shows set in the workplace, but Professor of Applied Linguistics Pepi Leistyna says some of these programs depict working people as “clowns” or “social deviants.”
NEW CUMBERLAND - Lynn Elliott confessed to being "very surprised" Monday night at being chosen the 2014 Hancock County Teacher of the Year.
What was never in doubt was her chosen profession.
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