UMass Boston Poet Jill McDonough Wins Lannan Fellowship ›
Director of creative writing MFA program receives prestigious award.
UMass Boston Scientist Uses Coral to Reveal Connection Between Climate Trends and El Niño ›
Coral in Pacific Ocean Reveal Increased Potential for El Niño
Center for Social Policy to Study Health Impact of Boston’s Living Wage Ordinance ›
Partnering with the Boston Health Commission, CSP researchers will assess current impacts and examine the health consequences of a proposed expansion of the law.
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boston’s living wage ordinance
$8.3 Million Awarded to UMass Boston and University of Wisconsin for Urology Research ›
Jill Macoska and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin Madison will investigate causes of urological disease.
Doctoral Students Collaborate on Research Project with Boston Youth Justice Partners ›
Public Policy practicum course offers students real-world research experience and practical insights into the community in which they live.
UMass Boston Well Represented at National Gerontology Conference ›
Thirty-five faculty, students, and alumni present their research at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting.
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UMass Boston Study: Smokers Who Use E-Cigarettes Regularly More Likely to Quit Tobacco ›
Smokers who used e-cigarettes daily for one month were six times more likely to quit, survey finds.
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
$2.5M Justice Dept. Grant Will Fund Development of Mentoring for Children of Incarcerated Parents ›
UMass Boston Psychology Professor Jean Rhodes received a grant to increase mentor effectiveness for 2 million children with parents in jail, prison, or on parole.
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NIH Funds UMass Boston Led Study of Visualization in Health Education on Highway Pollution ›
Carolyn Wong, a research associate with the Institute for Asian American Studies, has received a $450,000 grant to lead a study, along with researchers at UMass Lowell and Tufts University, of computer visualization in promoting health literacy on the toxic effects of highway pollution in Chinatown.
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national institutes of health,