Columns, Speeches, and Updates
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
Humble Beginnings with an Audacious Vision: Campus on the Common ›
Category: SpeechesChancellor J. Keith Motley reflects on the 50th anniversary of UMass Boston.
Taking campus to our roots ›
Category: UpdatesOn Tuesday, October 7, UMass Boston takes over a corner of Boston Common to showcase and celebrate 50 years of the University of Massachusetts Boston.
You’re Invited: Our 50th Anniversary ›
Category: ColumnsChancellor J. Keith Motley invites the community to get to know the University of Massachusetts Boston at Campus on the Common on October 7 and Open House on October 18.
Vote for Success Boston ›
Category: UpdatesSuccess Boston has been named a finalist for the $100,000 Larry O’Toole Award from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, and the program needs your votes by September 30 to win.
Scholarship That Changes Lives ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston is carrying out the vision of Ernest A. Lynton, one of the founders of the College of Education and Human Development and its New England Resource Center for Higher Education.
Our Golden Anniversary Inaugurates Our Golden Age ›
Category: SpeechesChancellor J. Keith Motley examines the state of the University of Massachusetts Boston as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Convocation tomorrow ›
Category: UpdatesAt Convocation, the official kickoff of a new academic year, the UMass Boston community will hear from Dr. Federico Mayor, the former head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Welcome back ›
Category: UpdatesAs UMass Boston welcomes the 50th and largest class of new students this fall–more than 1,500 freshmen–Chancellor Motley is buoyed by the hope and potential that our nearly 17,000 students represent.