Columns, Speeches, and Updates
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.
Are you ready? ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley welcomes students back to school.
Reasons to Be Here ›
Category: UpdatesWatch this video to see why we do what we do.
Building student success ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston students celebrate their graduation from the inaugural CVP Career Academy, a 10-week internship program that provides students firsthand, paid experience in leading real estate, architecture, hospitality, and engineering firms.
Green, and getting greener ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston has earned a spot in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges: 2014 Edition.
Rallying for Revere ›
Category: UpdatesChancellor Motley's thoughts are with the nearly 250 students, faculty, and staff of the University of Massachusetts Boston who live in Revere and were affected by yesterday’s tornado.
Two grants spur research growth ›
Category: UpdatesThe Biology Department and the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy (CPCT) have both received a significant grant that will allow for exciting program growth.
Officially an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University ›
Category: UpdatesUMass Boston has been recognized by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) for our partnerships in economic development with the communities we serve, earning us the designation of Innovation and Economic Prosperity University.
Creative Economy Awards ›
Category: UpdatesFour UMass Boston researchers will receive Creative Economy grants from the UMass President's Office for their proposals designed to address pressing social problems.