Columns, Speeches, and Updates
Beacons, Your Moment Has Arrived ›
Category: UpdatesIt is with great pride and joy that I write this email celebrating the record-setting 4,262 students who will graduate Thursday and Friday during our 48th commencement ceremonies.
Beacons Headed Around the World on Prestigious Fellowships ›
Category: UpdatesSeveral University of Massachusetts Boston students, alumni, and faculty have earned the opportunity to engage in teaching and research projects abroad through Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships, a Fulbright grant, and a Boren Fellowship.
Commencement 2016: Announcing Student Speakers, Calling On Staff Volunteers ›
Category: UpdatesI am pleased to announce the student speakers who have been selected to address the Class of 2016.
Chancellor’s Awards for Distinguished Scholarship, Teaching, and Service ›
Category: UpdatesEach year at commencement, we celebrate the accomplishments of faculty members who have demonstrated exceptional contributions by presenting the Chancellor’s Awards for Distinguished Scholarship, Teaching, and Service.
Chancellor’s Achievement Awards Honor Facilities, Academic Services Staff ›
Category: UpdatesThe Chancellor’s Achievement Awards recognize selected staff members for their commitment and contributions to the success of our entire university community.
Join Us at Our Annual Community Meeting ›
Category: ColumnsThe community is invited to UMass Boston's Annual Community Meeting on Wednesday, April 27, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Campus Center ballroom.
Honorees for UMass Boston’s 48th Commencement ›
Category: UpdatesI am pleased to announce the principal speakers who will address our Class of 2016 at commencement.
Krystle Campbell Scholarships Awarded to UMass Students ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston student Eva Leibbrandt and UMass Dartmouth student Charmagne Loyola received the 2016 Krystle Campbell Scholarship in memory of our alumna who perished in the Boston Marathon bombing.
The New Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching ›
Category: UpdatesThe Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching, established by Robert and Donna Manning, will honor outstanding faculty members from each of the five campuses of the University of Massachusetts.
State of the University Address ›
Category: SpeechesThere is a concern that increased borrowing across the system, and negative operating margins, could lead to less-than-positive reviews of the system’s bond rating by external agencies. Budget planning considerations are discussed here.