Columns, Speeches, and Updates
Happy Thanksgiving ›
Category: UpdatesOn this Thanksgiving holiday, UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley recaps the events of fall 2014.
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston fundraisers are asking everyone who is in a position to give back to the university to save their change this month using Phil the Pig—or in their own piggy bank—and make a gift to the university program of their choice on Giving Tuesday, December 2, 2014.
Go Beacons! ›
Category: UpdatesThe men's soccer team won their first Little East Conference championship on Saturday, and will compete in the NCAA Division III Tournament on Thursday. There's a sendoff rally today at 2 p.m.
Student veterans enrich the UMass Boston experience ›
Category: UpdatesOn this Veterans Day, we reflect on the former servicemen and women who chose to pursue their education–or their careers–at UMass Boston in the 50 years since our founding.
New Is Happening at UMass Boston ›
Category: ColumnsIf you’ve visited the University of Massachusetts Boston lately—or driven by on Morrissey Boulevard—you’ve likely noticed that we’re in the midst of a number of campus improvements.
Invitation to participate in our accreditation process ›
Category: UpdatesLearn about the NEASC accreditation process, read the draft of the self-study, and provide your comments by November 14, 2014.
Celebrating the Commonwealth’s Commitment to Investing in Higher Education ›
Category: SpeechesChancellor Motley's remarks on the Integrated Sciences Complex and the Patrick administration's investment in public higher education.
Beacon for Global Inclusion ›
Category: UpdatesIn celebration of the new School for Global Inclusion and the university's 50th anniversary, UMass Boston will host the first annual Beacon For Global Inclusion Awards Breakfast on Monday, Oct. 27, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Our superstar faculty ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston faculty members have drawn national attention in the last few weeks.
Add your story to UMass Boston’s history ›
Category: UpdatesWhat is the best memory you have of our campus? What role have you played in helping us get to where we are today? Share your story at umb.edu/50