Tag: College Of Liberal Arts
- 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.
- 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
- Study Abroad Open House for Caribbean Society and Culture
Free Caribbean food. Instructor and students available to share their experiences and answer questions.
- Study Abroad Open House for China Today: Culture, History, & Society
Travel and experience China this summer while earning credits toward your degree.
- Study Abroad Open House for The Holocaust: Historical Contexts
Earn credits while experiencing Poland. Learn more about your opportunity to travel and study.
- 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!
- Study Abroad Open House for China Programs
Learn more about the programs and meet the program directors, Weili Ye and Raymond Liu.
- 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!
- 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!
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
- 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
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.