Research Next expands
Research Next, the magazine-style website that connects the public to UMass Amherst research, scholarship, and creative activity is expanding. Two new gateways, Governance and Society and Identity and Culture join the Environment and Energy and Materials gateways launched last summer. A fifth gateway dedicated to the life sciences and health will be launched later this spring.
“Research Next gateways offer the community and the world an entry point to some of our leading research institutes and centers while showcasing interdisciplinary research and engagement,” says Mike Malone, vice chancellor for Research and Engagement.
“It is critical that we constantly look for new ways to highlight our groundbreaking research,” said John Kennedy, vice chancellor for University Relations. “The Research Next website is a key component in our efforts to tell the story of UMass Amherst research in a compelling and accessible way.”
The site was co-developed by Research and Engagement and University Relations. Comments, questions and submissions can be directed to Karen Hayes, Research Communications and Outreach.
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