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  • This Week’s Boston Deals & More
    May 07 2015
    Outlet: Bisnow

    ...Transwestern|RBJ repped the seller. Top stories on Bisnow.com The Mega Project Remaking UMass/Boston In 2005, officials at UMass Boston learned...
  • 3 named finalists for Mass. commissioner of higher education - The Boston Globe
    May 06 2015
    Outlet: Boston Globe - Online

    ...four decades in higher education, including 22 years in various positions at UMass Boston and 10 years as president of Northeastern University....
  • Busting the Male Nurse Stereotypes
    May 06 2015
    Outlet: Boston.com

    ...said. Foley estimated that out of his nursing school class of about 60 at University of Massachusetts Boston, there were “maybe...
  • Mass. Memories Road Show to stop in Hingham
    The Boston Globe, May 05 2015
    Hingham is the next stop on the Mass. Memories Road Show. Those who live or work in Hingham, or have any connection to it, are invited to share their stories and photos on May 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hingham Town Hall.
  • UMD Chancellor Grossman calls for more dialogue on race
    Taunton Daily Gazette, May 05 2015
    Co-Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs James Overton conducted a review of the cancelation of an after-party for a cultural performance called “A Night In Africa." It was canceled due to an erroneous report of gang activity. UMass Dartmouth's African Student Association sponsored the event.
  • Central Valley’s growing concern: Crops raised with oil field water
    Sun Sentinel, May 05 2015
    Nantucket Field Station Director Sarah Oktay is quoted in this article on irrigation water that was tested for oil field chemicals in California. "I wouldn't necessarily panic, but I would certainly think I would rather not have that," she said, referring to the chemicals identified in the samples.
  • Martin Meehan chosen as next UMass president
    The Boston Globe, May 04 2015
    Outlet: Boston Globe - Online

    ... Meehan also stressed the positive impact that dormitories could have at UMass Boston and emphasized the importance of the social sciences,...
  • The Costs of Asking Your Parents to Give Up the Car Keys
    U.S. News & World Report, May 04 2015
    Advice from Associate Professor of Gerontology Elizabeth Dugan's book, The Driving Dilemma, is given in this story. Dugan advises people considering asking their parents to give up their cars to try giving up their own car for two weeks to get an idea of what is being asked.
  • FSU president inaugurated, focused on students and diversity
    MetroWest Daily News, May 02 2015
    Chancellor J. Keith Motley is interviewed on new Framingham State University President F. Javier Cevallos. Motley attended Cevallos's inauguration on Friday.
  • Things to know and do around Littleton this week
    Wicked Local Littleton, May 01 2015
    UMass Boston's Gerontology Institute is conducting a needs assessment in Littleton. The results of this survey will be used to improve current services and to plan for the next five to ten years.
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