Tag: College Of Liberal Arts

  1. Recruitment Coffee Break: McCormack Graduate School
    Free coffee and tea while you learn more about the master’s degree program opportunities at the McCormack Graduate School.
  2. UMass Boston Alum Awarded Fulbright to Teach in Colombia
    Placidina Fico '15 will spend the next 10 months sharing US language and culture with students in South America
  3. Study Abroad Open House for Caribbean Society and Culture
    Free Caribbean food. Instructor and students available to share their experiences and answer questions.
  4. Study Abroad Open House for China Today: Culture, History, & Society
    Travel and experience China this summer while earning credits toward your degree.
  5. Study Abroad Open House for The Holocaust: Historical Contexts
    Earn credits while experiencing Poland. Learn more about your opportunity to travel and study.
  6. CANCELLED: Open House for Caribbean Society and Culture
    Study in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands this summer. Learn more about this opportunity at the Open House!
  7. Study Abroad Open House for China Programs
    Learn more about the programs and meet the program directors, Weili Ye and Raymond Liu.
  8. Study Abroad Open House for Paris: a Living Textbook
    Come join us at the open house and learn more about your opportunity to study in Paris, France!
  9. Study Abroad Open House for Athens and Beyond: Greek Art and Architecture
    Satisfy your arts distribution, earn 3 credits, travel, and study in Greece this summer!
  10. UMass Boston MFA Alumna Receives Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award
    Danielle Jones-Pruett will receive $30,000 to fund the research and writing of a book of poetry about her Alabama hometown.
  11. JFK Winner Shaun O’Grady Journeyed from Battlefield to Classroom
    Lynn native Shaun O’Grady traveled a long and difficult path from his hometown to the commencement stage at UMass Boston. He once thought college "wasn't in the cards" for him.
  12. UMass Boston Prof: Stereotype of “Criminal Immigrant” Doesn’t Hold Up
    Sociology professor Bianca Bersani says first-generation immigrants offend less often than average, and their children commit crimes at the same rate as peers
  13. 20 Years of Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: What Have We Learned?
    Join us for a discussion led by faculty experts in political science, international relations, and coflict resolution
  14. UMass Boston Grad Student Goes to ComicCon as Fan, Academic
    American Studies student Alissa Butler studies a growing community of Disney fans who trade collectible lapel pins.
  15. Bandopadhyaya, Roemer, Watanabe Receive Distinguished Faculty Awards at Commencement
    The three UMass Boston professors were honored for extraordinary contributions in teaching, research, and service at the 45th commencement exercises on May 31.
  16. Public Universities and the Public Sphere: Justifying State Support for Higher Education
    In his new book, Professor of History Woodruff Smith argues that two contemporary crises facing America are closely connected.
  17. A Walk Through UMass Boston’s “Arts on the Point”
    Arts on the Point makes a statement about UMass Boston, declaring that this urban, public university is home to innovation and intellectual discipline.
  18. New Master’s Track Brings History to the People
    A new public history track in the master’s in history program focuses on presenting history to all, not just to other historians.
  19. Local Portuguese Speakers Celebrate Launch of Center for Portuguese Language
    A reception was held March 25, 2010 to celebrate the official inauguration of the Center for Portuguese Language-Instituto Camões.