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  1. UMass Boston Hosts First Annual IGERT Research Symposium
    National Science Foundation-funded doctoral fellows present transdisciplinary environmental research on the Horn of Africa.
  2. Chancellor’s Distinguished Faculty Reflect on UMass Boston’s Past, Envision Its Future
    Distinguished Faculty Award winners gathered Tuesday with friends, colleagues, staff, students, and administrators for this year’s faculty lecture, a culmination of UMass Boston’s 50th anniversary celebration, and a look forward of its centennial celebration 50 years from now.
  3. Presentation by Christo Brand, Nelson Mandela’s Former Prison Guard and Friend
    Nelson Mandela’s former prison guard, Christo Brand, shares stories never written about before, from his book Mandela: My Prisoner, My Friend.
  4. Retired Faculty Luncheon
    A luncheon for retired faculty to see the presentation of the Faculty Career Development Award and share experiences from the past year with friends, colleagues, deans, and administrators.
  5. The X Annual Social Theory Forum
    Critical Theory and the Politics of Visual Representation
  6. Trustees Approve New School for the Environment at UMass Boston
    The University of Massachusetts Boston today took a major step toward becoming a global leader in environmental research, education, and outreach, with the UMass Board of Trustees’s approval of a new School for the Environment.
  7. UMass Boston Faculty and Staff Collaborate on Community Partnerships
    More than 200 UMass Boston faculty, staff, and students took part in the university's first ever Community-Engaged Partnerships Symposium.
  8. Luncheon Honors Faculty, Staff, Student Researchers
    During a luncheon last month, the Vice Provost for Research and Strategic Initiatives recognized UMass Boston's successful research efforts.
  9. Native American Studies Flourish; New Institute Launches
    Launched in the spring of 2009, the Institute for New England Native American Studies is designed to be a hub for collaboration across university borders.