More than 35 volunteers helped remove approximately 150 pounds of trash, including food wrappers, plastic bottles, plastic bags, cigarette butts, and even a boogie board, from the entrance to campus alongside Morrissey Boulevard.
Kristin Uiterwyk and Kim Starbuck conducted workshops with approximately 40 high school students on the importance of plankton to the marine ecosystem.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh hosted the first ever Regional Mayors Climate Preparedness Summit on Wednesday at UMass Boston’s harbor-side campus.
Jack Wiggin, director of UMass Boston's Urban Harbors Institute, has received one of the ACIP's highest honors.
Local organizations will work together to determine if it is safe to fish in the Lower Mystic River.
Eelgrass is a critical component of New England’s coastline. It is also vital to the fishing industry, providing a nursery, shelter, and food source for commercially harvested fish.
COASTSWEEP hopes to cover more than 1,500 miles of shoreline and hold cleanups in all 78 coastal communities in Massachusetts this fall.
Before the April 5 Community-Engaged Partnerships Symposium, Upward Bound Director Erica Pernell didn’t know that the Amesbury Early College Program had a partnership with UMass Boston. Assistant Professor of Leadership in Education Jack…