Teaching Science in All Colors: An Honors Course Combating Historical Marginalization in STEM

Kayla Bradley | December 19, 2022

A new Honors College course titled “Science in All Colors” highlights the discoveries of the diverse, influential scientists from HMCs.

UMass Boston Men’s Hockey Players To Rollerblade Across The Country For Charity

Office of Communications | July 08, 2020

UMass Boston men's hockey freshmen Jake Adkins and Andy Walker have been making the most of their time during the COVID-19 pandemic. The pair, who have dubbed themselves the "Men In Blades," have planned a massive trip to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Special Education Professor Receives Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching

Crystal Valencia | June 25, 2020

Assistant Professor of Special Education Kristin Murphy was honored Wednesday during a special Zoom ceremony as one of five University of Massachusetts faculty to receive the 2020 Manning Prize for Excellence in Teaching.

Entrepreneur Committed to Sustainability Earns UMass Boston’s Top Awards

Colleen Locke | May 21, 2020

An entrepreneur who started a plastic-free product shop while a student at UMass Boston has received the top two honors a graduating undergraduate at the university can receive: the John F. Kennedy Award for Academic Excellence and the “29 Who Shine” award.

UMass Boston No. 79 on Inaugural QS World University Rankings: USA List

Colleen Locke | May 20, 2020

Global higher education research company QS Quacquarelli Symonds has ranked UMass Boston No. 9 in Massachusetts and No. 79 overall on its inaugural ranking of top universities in the United States, with diversity, employability, and internationalization being key factors.

UMass Boston Student Earns Goldwater Scholarship

Elis Mullins | March 31, 2020

Biochemistry Major Third to Receive Honor

UMass Boston Third Most Diverse College in U.S., Report Finds

Office of Communications | February 14, 2020

24/7 Wall St. reviewed U.S. Department of Education data and determined that UMass Boston is the third most diverse four-year college in the United States. It's also accessible, and costs far less than most other schools on the list

2019 Ryan Award Winner Aims to Lower Health Care Costs

Colleen Locke | October 01, 2019

UMass Boston junior Urwah Kanwal is the 2019 winner of the John W. Ryan Award, the highest honor given to a UMass Boston junior. She will be honored at convocation on Wednesday.

Student Spotlight: Joseph Farah

Lisa Allen | September 13, 2019

In his time as a physics major at UMass Boston, Joseph Farah has done everything from coding for quantum mechanical research to hunting black holes with the Event Horizon Telescope.

Careers for the Future

Lisa Allen | September 13, 2019

The Initiative for Maximizing Student Development takes UMass Boston students beyond the realm of textbooks and in-class experiments to participate in the latest scientific inquiries.