Can Raffi Hovannisian Lead Our People to �The Promised Land'?
To begin with, Mr. Sarkisian has been reelected. Although neither candidate can honestly claim to have received a mandate from the people, this has not prevented Mr. Hovannis
After using student loans to finance his own education, UMass Boston alumnus Dawit Lemma ’04 works with students at the University of Maryland to help them pay for college in the smartest way possible.
Jeremy Raynor and Daniel Genest, undergraduates in the School for the Environment program, have received the High-Demand Scholarship. This scholarship was created by the state to aid students students pursuing careers for which the state has an urgent need for skilled talent.
If you're a fish merrily swimming in a stream, is it your fault if a flood — say from a large release from the dam upstream — causes you to be washed out through the sluicegates? Or if a drought leaves you trapped in a shrinking pool from which you c
The National Science Foundation awards Alan Stebbins (PhD student, School for the Environment) a Graduate Research Fellowship for three years of financial support. The Fellowship is granted based on a student's potential for achievement in science and engineering; former recipients of the Fellowship include Steven Chu and Ben Bernanke.
Pediatrician Claudia M. Gold says Ed Tronick’s Infant-Parent Mental Health program at UMass Boston is a superb example of the groundbreaking research underway on how to aid young children in their mental and emotional development.
Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee praises a new art exhibit chronicling globalization, co-curated by UMass Boston Associate Professor of Art Victoria Weston. The exhibit is housed at Boston College’s McMullen Museum of Art.