Columns, Speeches, and Updates
Goodbye to a dear friend, Robert Quinn ›
Category: UpdatesBob Quinn was a Dorchester native, a public servant, and a staunch advocate for public higher education. When he saw how the opportunities afforded to University of Massachusetts students in Amherst changed their lives, he became inspired to provide the same access to opportunity for students in the
Building the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy ›
Category: UpdatesThe Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Board of Directors has awarded an $8 million capital grant to support the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy (CPCT) at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Happy 2014 ›
Category: UpdatesChancellor Motley hopes you will remember 2013 as a time when we came together to celebrate our humanity and honor those we lost.
Looking Forward to 2014 at UMass Boston ›
Category: ColumnsIn 2014, we will mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of UMass Boston and the 40th anniversary of the university’s move to Columbia Point. We will celebrate these milestones with our neighbors at various events throughout the year.
Happy Holidays ›
Category: UpdatesThe year 2014 promises to be equally busy and fulfilling as 2013.
Beacons to play Frozen Fenway ›
Category: UpdatesOn January 7 at 4 p.m., the Beacons men’s hockey team will play Salem State University in the Frozen Fenway series.
Honoring Nelson Mandela ›
Category: UpdatesThe former South African President had a deep connection with the city of Boston.
Leading R&D on Accessibility ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston's role in a collaboration with IBM includes a new Collaborative Innovation Center in Cambridge and an initiative called UMass Boston: A Campus for All.
Giving thanks ›
Category: UpdatesChancellor Motley lists the things for which UMass Boston is thankful this year, including the establishment of an Honors College and the first class of doctoral students in the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development.
Remembering JFK ›
Category: UpdatesThe Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum will host a nationally televised program, “A Nation Remembers: A Tribute to President John F. Kennedy,” starting at 1:30 p.m. today.