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  1. Orientation Leader Information Session
    Learn more about becoming an orientation leader
  2. Mathematician Eduardo González Earns $130k National Science Foundation Grant
    Eduardo González is the recipient of a NSF-DMS grant that will support his work on algebraic and symplectic geometry.
  3. Conference Examines “The Way Forward” for Afghanistan
    On Monday, UMass Boston hosted ambassadors, advocates, architects, engineers, planners, and other experts for the 2015 Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters (CRSCAD) conference: “Rebuilding Sustainable Communities in Afghanistan: The Way Forward.”
  4. UMass Boston Announces Poland Study Tour
    UMass Boston will run a study trip to Poland in March 2016.
  5. WUMB and Berklee College of Music Summer Concert Series Begins August 1
    This August, WUMB and the Berklee College of Music are teaming up for a series of Saturday afternoon concerts on Carson Beach in South Boston.
  6. Class of 2019 Investiture Ceremony
    Formal welcome to the university for the Class of 2019 featuring keynote speaker Michele Norris
  7. Orientation for the Gender, Leadership and Public Policy Graduate Certificate Program
    All students admitted to the GLPP Program will attend orientation for information about the program, alumni panels, and networking opportunities.
  8. University Health Services Welcome Days
    Learn about everything UHS has to offer - and get a chair massage!
  9. Campus Center Circle Shifts
    The configuration of the Campus Center circle will change this week as construction moves into the area.
  10. Business Career Expo 2015
    Meet company representatives from corporations of all industries and sizes!
  11. New Class Dives Deep for Scientific Research
    Summer course offers students the opportunity to learn to scuba dive for research
  12. Pathway Program Navitas Extends Partnership Agreement with UMass Boston by 10 Years
    International students will have the opportunity to benefit from the services of pathway program Navitas for at least another 10 years.
  13. ELP Networking Social: Lawn on D
    To celebrate the start of the 2016 ELP, we are holding a networking social during the September week-long leadership immersion on the very popular Lawn on D.
  14. CAPS and EMK Institute Offer Professional Development for Teachers
    The College of Advancing and Professional Studies will continue its successful collaboration with the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, hosting a second professional development session for teachers using the innovative Senate Immersion Module (SIM) this August.
  15. New Section of HarborWalk Opens at UMass Boston
    A newly constructed section of the HarborWalk, between the JFK Library and Museum and Harbor Point Apartments, has opened to the public.
  16. Final Night: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Last chance to see Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  17. Fifth Night of Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    UMass Boston students perform Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  18. MSBDC Client Named Massachusetts SBA Small Business Person of the Year
    Todd Snopkowski is the founder and president of Snapchef, a South Boston-based company that provides food service industry staffing and culinary training.
  19. Open House 2016
    Get an up close look at how the campus is moving forward with brand new facilities and programs at this once-a-year event.
  20. Welcome Day for Accepted Students 2016
    Students accepted to UMass Boston as first-year freshmen: get a taste of the experiences awaiting you at UMass Boston. Bring your friends and family to Welcome Day for Accepted Students.
  21. Transfer Open House: Spring 2016
    Make your move to Boston's public research university. Get a look at academic opportunities and attend a presentation by Transfer Center staff on transferring credit and requirements.
  22. Welcome Day for Accepted Students 2016 (First Chance)
    Students accepted to UMass Boston have two opportunities to get a taste of the experiences awaiting at UMass Boston. Bring your friends and family!
  23. Transfer Open House: Fall 2015
    Make your move to Boston's public research university. Get a look at academic opportunities and attend a presentation by Transfer Center staff on transferring credit and requirements.
  24. Open House 2015
    Get an up close look at how the campus is moving forward with brand new facilities and programs at this once-a-year event.
  25. Final Week: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Just three performances remain of Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  26. Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum (Two Shows)
    Tina Howe's Museum will be presented twice today: at 2 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
  27. Opening Night: Museum
    Come to opening night of the Performing Arts Department's Museum, an elegant play that manages to capture the subjective nature of both a visual, and a theatre arts experience.
  28. UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department Presents: Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    The run of UMass Boston's fall play, Museum, continues in the McCormack Theatre.
  29. Final Night: Fall 2015 Musical Theatre Cabaret
    This is your last chance to enjoy a review of musical theatre standards.
  30. Opening Night: Fall 2015 Musical Theatre Cabaret
    Join UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department for an evening review of musical theatre standards. Come, listen, clap your hands and tap your feet to the popular songs in concert.
  31. Fall 2015 Theatre Events Announced: Musical Theater Cabaret in October and Museum in December
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department will present a Musical Theatre Cabaret Oct. 14–15 and the play Museum, by Tina Howe, Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11.
  32. Building Inclusive Communities: Neighborhoods to Nations Global Conference: Last Day
    The Building Inclusive Communities conference brings together leaders across industries and disciplines to foster new strategies for increased inclusion.
  33. Building Inclusive Communities: Neighborhoods to Nations Global Conference: Day One
    The Building Inclusive Communities conference brings together leaders across industries and disciplines to foster new strategies for increased inclusion.
  34. Professor Nelson Wins Award for Essay on Place of Care in the Economy
    The Independent Social Research Foundation gave Professor Julie Nelson an award for her essay “Husbandry: A (Feminist) Reclamation of Masculine Responsibility for Care."
  35. Bridge of Understanding Built Between UMass Boston, Hokkaido University
    UMass Boston signed a memorandum of understanding and student exchange agreement with Hokkaido University of Sapporo, Japan, promoting academic and educational cooperation between the two institutions.
  36. Konstantinidis on Greek Crisis
    Professor Harry Konstantinidis was recently interviewed on the evolving economic crisis in Greece.
  37. Camp Shriver Celebrates 10 Years of Welcoming Children of All Abilities
    Camp Shriver, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in a celebration with Special Olympics International Chair Tim Shriver on Tuesday, has served more than 1,000 children from low-income neighborhoods in Boston, Brockton, and Quincy.
  38. Bob Weir Joins UMass Boston as Vice Provost for IT
    Weir has a long record of service in higher education, including 13 years in a similar role at Northeastern University.
  39. International Gender Experts Convene in Norway to Develop Feminist Roadmap for Sustainable Peace
    International Gender Experts Convene in Norway to Develop Feminist Roadmap for Sustainable Peace
  40. UMass Boston Genomics Core Facility Opens
    Building on the momentum of the recently opened state-of-the art Integrated Sciences Complex and the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy (CPCT) at UMass Boston, the university now announces the official opening of the center’s Genomics Core facility.
  41. Auditions for the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra (for Students Seeking Credit)
    Students registering for credit for MUSIC 106 need to audition.
  42. Performing Arts Department Seeking Musicians for Chamber Orchestra
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department is actively recruiting members for the Chamber Orchestra (MUSIC 106), under the new direction of Sommer Forrester. Auditions for students registering for credit will take place on Wednesday, September 9 at 6 p.m.
  43. Final Night of Auditions for Fall Musical Theatre Cabaret and Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    All UMass Boston students are welcome to participate in the combined theatre auditions for two theatre events, a musical theatre cabaret (Oct. 14–15) and Museum, a play by Tina Howe (Dec. 2015).
  44. Auditions for Both Fall Musical Theatre Cabaret and Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    All UMass Boston students are welcome to participate in the combined theatre auditions for two theatre events, a musical theatre cabaret (Oct. 14–15) and Museum, a play by Tina Howe (Dec. 2015).
  45. Performing Arts Department Announces Fall 2015 Theatre Auditions
    All UMass Boston students are welcome to participate in the combined theatre auditions for the two fall 2015 theatre events, a musical theatre cabaret (Oct. 14–15) and Museum, a play by Tina Howe (Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11). Auditions are Sept. 14 and 15.
  46. U-ACCESS Hosts Conference on Challenges Facing Homeless Students Transitioning to College
    The theme of this year's conference was "Emerging Practices and Approaches Supporting Homeless Post-Secondary Students."
  47. Marty Meehan Meets with UMass Boston Students to Launch UMass Presidency
    New UMass President Marty Meehan officially launched his presidency Wednesday morning, holding a roundtable discussion with UMass Boston students in the Integrated Sciences Complex.
  48. Kamal Bawa is Elected Fellow of the Royal Society
    Professor Kamal Bawa joins former and current fellows such as Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, and about 80 Nobel laureates.
  49. College of Management Named Best for Vets a Second Time
    UMass Boston’s College of Management has again been named to Military Times’s Best for Vets: Business Schools list.
  50. Morgan Stanley features Carla Harris
    Carla Harris - vice chairman of global wealth management and managing director/senior advisor, author, and gospel singer featured
  51. Moving Forward - Tools for Success
    Commonwealth Compact and the Affinity Leadership Consortium deliver professional development program
  52. Progress in the making…Strategic Planning Update
    Strategic Planning Retreat
  53. UMass Boston Emerging Leaders Program Alumnus Making a Difference in Recovery Treatment
    Ken Weber, a Falmouth resident and a 2002 graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Emerging Leaders Program leveraged his executive education and management skills to take a leap of faith to follow his path of wanting to help others.
  54. Leading the Way Award Winner Credits a Beacon and a Compass
    The Center for Collaborative Leadership honored UMass Boston's Philip J. Carver, an Emerging Leaders Program alumnus from the class of 2006, with the third annual Leading the Way award.
  55. Healey Library Exterior Stairs to Close for Three Days
    The Healey Library’s exterior stairs will be closed for three days beginning Tuesday, June 30; they will reopen on Friday, July 3.
  56. A Statement on the Crisis in the Dominican Republic
    The Haitian Studies Association strongly deplores and condemns the racialist policies taken by the government of the Dominican Republic against some of its native-born black citizens of Haitian descent and black immigrants, in defiance of international law and common human decency.
  57. Emerging Leaders Program Summer Networking Social (August)
    The Emerging Leaders Program Alumni Board has organized an amazing Summer Networking Social Series. Join your ELP colleagues June through August at some very nice locations within Boston.
  58. UMass Boston International Relations Graduate Students Featured on WGBH’s Greater Boston
    International Relations Master's students making a difference!
  59. UMass President’s Office Funds Three UMass Boston Projects
    Faculty and Staff Receive $174,500 for UMass President's Science and Technology Initiative and Creative Economy Initiatives.
  60. UMass Boston Professors and Staff Member Honored for Mentoring Graduate Students
    Awards are named after Joan H. Liem in honor of her 40-plus years of mentoring at UMass Boston.
  61. Communication Department at ICA Conference
    UMass Boston's Communication Department attends the International Communication Association conference in Puerto Rico.
  62. Alumna Aids Domestic Violence Survivors
    Krystal Rohloff discusses her work in the attorney general's office
  63. Professor Bianca Bersani is Interviewed by The Week on Immigration and Crime
    She offers insight as to how immigrants make America's crime rate plunge
  64. Gender, Leadership and Public Policy 2015 Graduates Are “Agents of Change”
    Celebrating the achievements of the 21 women who completed the Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy graduate certificate program.
  65. “Just Imagine” Campaign Features McCormack PhD Student
    Public Policy student Tanya Stepasiuk is one of five "Faces of UMass Boston" for new fundraising campaign.
  66. Gastón Institute Gathers Broad Coalition to Discuss Latino Challenges, Opportunities
    The 2015 Regional Meeting, which returned to Boston this summer, drew more than 100 people and representatives of 45 government and civic organizations.
  67. Charles Desmond Celebrated for Commitment to Improving Higher Ed System
    Chairman of the Board of Higher Education Charles Desmond urged a room full of colleagues to “keep going” with the progress they’ve made to advance higher education in Massachusetts as he moves on from his post following several years of service.
  68. McCormack Team Presents Research at ACUNS Conference in The Hague
    Academics and practitioners get together to provide new elements to the process of policy-making within the United Nations
  69. Center for Social Policy Welcomes New Werby Interns
    Elizabeth Moniz and Sylvia Singleton will research school preparedness and family self-sufficiency.
  70. Conference Focuses on Planning Safe and Mobile Future for Massachusetts’ Older Drivers
    The Gerontology Institute hosted the Older Driver Safety Summit, aimed to create a five-year plan to reduce crashes and safe mobility for older drivers in Massachusetts.
  71. Finding Funding Opportunities
    Want to find funding? Join us for a session to do just that!
  72. Cost Sharing Basics
    Join us for a discussion on cost sharing!
  73. The IACUC and Animal Research Ethics
    Does your research involve animal use?
  74. The IRB and Human Subjects Research Ethics
    Does your research involve human subjects?
  75. Grant Budgeting and Award Financial Management
    Join us for an all inclusive workshop on all things budget related!
  76. Finding Funding Opportunities
    Want to find funding? Join us for a session to do just that!
  77. Cost Sharing Basics
    Join us for a discussion on cost sharing!
  78. Grant Budgeting and Award Financial Management
    Join us for an all inclusive workshop on all things budget related!
  79. Finding Funding Opportunities
    Want to find funding? Join us for a session to do just that!
  80. The IACUC and Animal Research Ethics
    Do you work with animal subjects?
  81. The IRB and Human Subjects Research Ethics
    Do you work with human subjects?
  82. Cost Sharing Basics
    Join us for a discussion on cost sharing!
  83. Finding Funding Opportunities
    Want to find funding? Join us for a session to do just that!
  84. Grant Budgeting and Award Financial Management
    Join us for an all inclusive workshop on all things budget related!
  85. Finding Funding Opportunities
    Want to find funding? Join us for a session to do just that!
  86. Cost Sharing Basics
    Join us for a discussion on cost sharing
  87. Save the Date! Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy 20th Anniversary
    The theme for the 20th Anniversary celebration is Building the Political Pipeline for Women’s Leadership: Looking Forward to the Next 20 Years.
  88. Law and Society Association Draws Faculty, Students to Seattle
    UMass Boston students and faculty attended the annual meeting of the Law and Society Association.
  89. Southern Section of Quinn Ramp to be Removed
    The Quinn roadway ramp located off the closed University Drive south between the Integrated Sciences Complex and the Healey Library will be demolished next week to make way for future utility connections to the utility plant near the library.
  90. Cultural Literacy Project
    Commonwealth Compact collaborates with several colleges for program
  91. UMass Boston Celebrates Groundbreaking of Monan Park, a Fenway for Columbia Point
    Student athletes, alumni, and community members from UMass Boston and Boston College High School broke ground Thursday on a shared baseball complex that will feature a replica Green Monster and a 500-seat field with the same dimensions as Fenway Park.
  92. UMass Boston and Brazil’s Universidade Tiradentes Launch the Tiradentes Institute at UMass Boston
    The Tiradentes Institute at UMass Boston has launched at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
  93. Free Accordion Concert: Grayson Masefield, Five-Time World Accordion Champion
    Come see five-time world accordion champion Grayson Masefield in this special, free concert. The hour-long program will be a mixture of classical music and jazz and novelty pieces.
  94. UMass Boston, BC High to Break Ground on Community Baseball Complex
    Joining forces, Boston College High School and the University of Massachusetts Boston will break ground on a new shared community baseball complex with a ceremony on Thursday, June 11 at 4 p.m. at BC High.
  95. Gerontology Prof Edward Miller Promoted to Full Professor
    McCormack Grad School congratulates Professor Miller for his scholarship, teaching, and service achievements.
  96. UMass Boston to Host July Conference on Rebuilding Afghanistan
    CRSCAD to host international conference “Rebuilding Sustainable Communities in Afghanistan: The Way Forward" on July 27.
  97. Faculty News: Economics Department
    News from Economics faculty
  98. A Prince Among Us
    Econ student is crowned
  99. Guest Speakers Enliven the Classroom
    Speakers in economics
  100. Outstanding Students Win Awards at Graduation
    Economics department gives student awards