Anamarija Frankić, director of the Green Harbors Project, spoke at a lecture series in conjunction with the Wareham Village Association’s second annual Wareham Oyster Festival. "One of our goals is to create oyster nurseries in Cape Cod waters," she said.
Irish entrepreneur Bryan O'Connell, who based his health-care startup FirstLine at UMass Boston's Venture Development Center, is one of the first beneficiaries of the new Global Entrepreneur in Residence Program introduced by former Governor Deval Patrick.
Yvette Terry, assistant to the vice chancellor for the Division of Student Affairs, has been recognized as a distinguished professional in her field through the National Association of Distinguished Professionals.
Associate Professor of Exercise and Health Sciences Richard Fleming talks about a two-year grant from the National Institutes of Health that has enabled the department and the Shriver Center to produce online courses for dentists that focus on people with intellectual disabilities.
PRI/Public Radio International Online, April 28 2015
The UMass Boston Nepali Student Association's fundraising efforts for earthquake relief were featured on Public Radio International's The World yesterday. “They [the Nepali students] are part of our family,” said Schuyler Korban, vice provost of the Office of Global Programs.