Tag: Ideas Boston
- UMass Boston Celebrates Ten Years of IDEAS
UMass Boston celebrated the tenth anniversary of IDEAS UMass Boston, a conference that brings innovators and leading thinkers from the worlds of science, the arts, technology, and business together to showcase the innovation
- IDEAS UMass Boston Conference Celebrates 10 Years of Ideas Wednesday
IDEAS UMass Boston is an annual event that brings innovators and leading thinkers from the worlds of science, the arts, technology, and business together, showcasing the innovation happening in Boston.
- IDEAS UMass Boston 2014
Moderated by Tom Ashbrook, host of NPR’s On Point on WBUR, IDEAS UMass Boston is an annual conference that showcases some of the most cutting-edge thinkers in the region from a variety of disciplines.
- UMass Boston Minute: IDEAS Boston
"I am here at IDEAS Boston because I just love coming and hearing from creative people." - Craig Bailey.
- IDEAS Boston 2013
Moderated by Tom Ashbrook, host of NPR’s On Point on WBUR, IDEAS Boston is an annual conference that showcases some of the most cutting-edge thinkers in the region from every conceivable discipline.
- Registration Open for IDEAS Boston 2013
This year’s speakers include a researcher nationally recognized for her work on HIV-1 infected infants, the founder of an organization that helps talented scientists in developing nations conduct life-changing research, and the inventor of a product designed to safely help first responders.
- 13 “Excellent Brains” Converge on IDEAS Boston 2012 Conference
UMass Boston hosted the region's leading thinkers and innovators Wednesday for a vibrant exchange of ideas.
- Professor Lynnell Thomas to Talk Big Ideas Sunday on CityLine
Associate Professor of American Studies Lynnell L. Thomas will appear on WCVB-TV Channel 5’s CityLine on Sunday, October 14, to talk about her involvement in this month’s IDEAS Boston at UMass Boston conference.
- Registration Is Now Open for IDEAS Boston 2012 at UMass Boston
Oct. 24 Conference Features Top Innovators, Thinkers Speaking at the University of Massachusetts Boston
- UMass Boston Alumnus’ Documentary to Air on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network on March 1
UMass Boston alumnus and adjunct professor Chico Colvard’s documentary Family Affair will make its national TV premiere on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network on March 1 at 8 p.m.
- IDEAS Boston Wows Audience of 450 at UMass Boston
The IDEAS Boston conference brought more than 400 people to UMass Boston on October 20 to hear the region's next big ideas.
- IDEAS Boston 2012
For the second consecutive year, the region’s leading thinkers come to UMass Boston to share their big ideas. Associate Professor of American Studies Lynnell Thomas is one of the featured speakers.
- ‘Joining the Brainstorm’: UMass Boston Hosts IDEAS Boston Conference This Month
UMass Boston adjunct professor Chico Colvard and 15 other leading-edge thinkers will share their biggest ideas at 2011 IDEAS Boston on Oct. 20.
- UMass Boston Professor Chico Colvard to be Featured on CityLine
On Sunday, September 25, at noon on WCVB-TV, watch Adjunct Professor Chico Colvard talk about his involvement as a speaker at the IDEAS Boston conference.
- Campus Notes for The Point
See what UMass Boston staff and faculty have been up to.
- IDEAS Boston Announces Speaker Lineup
The lineup of speakers for next month's IDEAS Boston conference, hosted by the University of Massachusetts Boston, has been finalized.
- IDEAS Boston 2011
The region’s leading thinkers from every imaginable sector share their latest big ideas. Join us!
- Registration Opens for IDEAS Boston
Registration is open for IDEAS Boston, the forum that brings leading-edge thinkers and innovators together to showcase innovation and creativity in the Boston region.
- IDEAS Boston Finds New Home at UMass Boston
An economist who explored how the world’s poor live on $2 a day. and the host of a PBS kids show are just a two of this year's IDEAS Boston speakers.
- IDEAS Boston Moves to UMass Boston
The annual forum that brings leading-edge thinkers and innovators together is scheduled for Oct. 20 at its new, permanent home at the UMass Boston.