Tag: Krystle Campbell
- Two UMass Boston Students Earn $5K Krystle Campbell Scholarships
Chancellor J. Keith Motley presented two UMass Boston students with Krystle Campbell Scholarships at an event Saturday in Medford celebrating Campbell’s legacy and the Boston Marathon team that runs in her name.
- Krystle Campbell’s Legacy Motivates UMass Boston’s Marathon Runners
Robyn Dangora, Suzzanne Freeze, and Paul Dyson are part of the Run for Krystle. They are running in Monday’s Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund. Campbell was killed in the 2013 bombing.
- Run For Krystle Marathon Team Raising Funds for Scholarship
For the fourth year, the University of Massachusetts has formed a Boston Marathon team that will honor the memory of UMass Boston alumna Krystle Campbell, who lost her life in the 2013 marathon bombing, and raise money for a scholarship fund established in her memory.
- UMass Boston Staffers Running Boston Marathon in Krystle Campbell’s Memory
For a second year in a row, a team of local business executives, UMass students, graduates, and staff will run the Boston Marathon in honor of former UMass Boston student Krystle Campbell, a victim of the 2013 marathon bombings.
- Krystle Campbell Scholarships Awarded to UMass Students
Chancellor J. Keith Motley and UMass Trustee Richard Campbell presented UMass Boston student Micki Hall with a $5,000 Krystle Campbell Scholarship today at a campus event celebrating the Boston Marathon and honoring Campbell.
- Run for Krystle Led by College of Nursing and Health Sciences
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences to lead B.A.A. 5K team.
- Krystle Campbell ‘13 Portrait Unveiled
Board of Trustees member Dick Campbell commissioned the portrait to honor Medford native Krystle Campbell.
- UMass Boston Awards Posthumous Degree To Marathon Bombing Victim
The brother of Krystle Campbell, a former sociology student who died in the April 15 attack, accepted a posthumous bachelor of arts degree on her behalf.
- Chancellor Motley to UMass Boston Class of 2013: “I Want Them To Hear You on Nantucket”
Unusual sorrow, unrestrained joy were side by side among the 10,000 in attendance for UMass Boston's spring commencement.
- UMass Boston Awards Former Student Krystle Campbell with Posthumous Degree; Scholarship Fund Set Up
Chancellor J. Keith Motley awarded a posthumous bachelor of arts degree to former student Krystle Campbell, a victim of the April 15 bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon.
- UMass Boston to Award Posthumous Degree to Krystle Campbell
Bachelor of arts degree to be awarded May 31 at undergraduate commencement
- UMass Boston Community Reflects on Marathon Tragedy; Honors Victims
A large crowd gathered in the Campus Center to remember former student Krystle Campbell, look back on a week of devastation, and begin the healing process.