fly in debate over higher ed reform
Gov. Mitt Romney's bid to restructure the state's higher education
system drew more criticism this week as four high-tech business
leaders publicly backed President William M. Bulger, whose office
would be eliminated under the reorganization.
beverages return to Blue Wall
Students won't be the only beneficiaries of an upcoming Lincoln
Campus Center change.
awarded research fellowship
Lixin Gao, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
has been awarded a two-year, $40,000 research fellowship by the
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
nearing 800th career win as softball coach
The softball team opens its conference season Friday at LaSalle
with a chance to bring coach Elaine Sortino her 800th win.
provides computer workshop for first-graders
As part of the Office of Information Technology's community outreach
program, a group of 15 first-graders from Alice B. Beal Elementary
School in Springfield attended a technology workshop on March 25
in Lederle Graduate Research Center.
Adopt-A-Planter program stresses community, not competition
Fast becoming an institutional harbinger of summer, the Adopt-A-Planter
program, entering its fourth year, is undergoing some changes.