UMass Boston Researchers Evaluating Effectiveness of Massachusetts Preschool Expansion Program

Colleen Locke | February 04, 2016

UMass Boston Professors Anne Douglass and Monica Yudron are part of the research team hired to evaluate expanded preschool offerings in Massachusetts.

College of Management Professor Wins Grant to Examine Resources for Women Entrepreneurs in Boston

Colleen Locke | January 11, 2016

Assistant Professor of Management Banu Özkazanç-Pan and two fellow researchers have won a $47,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation to study women entrepreneurs in the Boston area and organizations that support entrepreneurs.

Engineering Professor Earns DARPA Award to Investigate Low-Profile Antennas

Anna Fisher-Pinkert | December 28, 2015

Profesor KC Kerby-Patel was awarded the 2015 Young Faculty Award (YFA) from DARPA.

UMass Boston Research Professor Honored by National Academy of Inventors

Anna Fisher-Pinkert | December 18, 2015

Richard Soref is a pioneer in photonics technology.

Alumnus Hudson Improves Transboundary Waters Management on a Global Scale

James G. Mortenson | December 17, 2015

Andrew Hudson has helped develop and initiate signature programs during 19 years at the UN Development Programme's Global Environmental Facility unit in New York.

Office for Faculty Development Celebrates UMass Boston Authors

Colleen Locke | December 07, 2015

In the 2014-2015 academic year, 32 UMass Boston faculty members published books or completed major musical compositions. They were honored on Thursday at the third annual Provost’s Book Party.

Ninth Annual Research Celebration Highlights Faculty Achievements

Anna Fisher-Pinkert | December 04, 2015

On December 1, UMass Boston cheered on its star researchers at Annual Research Celebration.

UMass Boston Researchers Receive $200K NEH Grant for Archaeological Study of Plymouth Colony

Office of Communications | November 27, 2015

A team of University of Massachusetts Boston researchers has been awarded a major research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to continue their archaeological study of the Plymouth Colony and the colonists’ relations with the indigenous Wampanoag people.

Tang Receives Prestigious Fellowship to Advance Knowledge of Asian American Student Experiences

James G. Mortenson | November 23, 2015

In the past twelve years, Tang has become a university and national leader in developing digital storytelling in Asian American Studies .

Professor Karen Suyemoto Elected as AAPA Fellow

Anna Fisher-Pinkert | November 05, 2015

Suyemoto has had an impact on her students, and on her colleagues in psychology