Columns, Speeches, and Updates
Activity Abounds at UMass Boston This Summer ›
Category: UpdatesThe largest summer program this year serves Talented and Gifted Latino (TAG) students. UMass Boston also hosts Camp Shriver, Project ALERTA, and Urban Scholars.
Statement on Dallas Shootings ›
Category: UpdatesThe University of Massachusetts Boston grieves with our nation over the lives lost to senseless violence in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Falcon Heights, Minnesota; and Dallas, Texas this week.
UMass Boston’s Partnerships Promoting Student Success ›
Category: UpdatesWith the support of so many esteemed professionals in our community, our graduates gain the tools they need to become beacons for change around the world.
Beacons “Blue” Becoming Synonymous With “Green” ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston was once again in the news for environmental work, this time for leading the research portion of the Climate Ready Boston initiative.
Success Boston Demonstrates Progress ›
Category: UpdatesSuccess Boston is making a significant difference in the lives of Boston Public School students.
The Tragedy in Orlando ›
Category: UpdatesOn behalf of our entire university, I extend our sincerest condolences to all those in Orlando and around our country who have been devastated by this heartbreaking tragedy.
Recipient of the First Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching ›
Category: UpdatesSusan Zup, assistant professor of psychology, has been awarded the inaugural Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
Remembering Vice Chancellor Gina Cappello ›
Category: UpdatesI am so sorry to inform you of the passing of Vice Chancellor Gina Cappello.
Chancellor’s Welcome: 48th Commencement (Undergraduate Ceremony) ›
Category: SpeechesChancellor Motley congratulates the Class of 2016 graduating with undergraduate degrees—all 2,922 of them—in a ceremony at the TD Garden.
Chancellor’s Welcome: 48th Commencement (Graduate Ceremony) ›
Category: SpeechesChancellor Motley congratulates the 1,340 members of the Class of 2016 earning graduate degrees, including 69 doctoral candidates.