Mary Gilmore Helming, 96, of Manchester, professor emerita of nursing, died at home on July 24.
Born in Magnolia, she grew up in Manchester, where she graduated from Story High School. She graduated from the Massachusetts General Hospital in 1940 and became a registered nurse. She was also a...
Gov Deval L. Patrick has ordered that the United States and Commonwealth flags be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings from sunrise until sunset on Monday, July 28 in honor of Sgt. Major Kevin Walsh, Massachusetts Army National Guard, of Norwood, who died July 17.
The Taiwan Ministry of Culture has awarded Five Colleges, Incorporated a $50,000 grant to celebrate traditional Taiwanese culture in a project that will bring three performance troupes to the area. Coordinated by the Fine Arts Center Asian Arts and Culture Program, over the next 18 months a world...
The campus will conduct a test of the Emergency Notification System (ENS) on Wednesday, July 30 after 9:30 a.m., according to Jeffrey Hescock, director of University Emergency Management and Business Continuity.
This month, for the first time, students at the UMass Amherst Student Farm in South Deerfield are harvesting summer crops to supply fresh, local produce to Big Y World Class Markets in Amherst and Northampton.
The graduate dean invites all graduate faculty to attend the final oral examinations for the doctoral candidates scheduled as follows:
Mary Jahrsdoerfer, Ph.D., Nursing. Monday, Aug. 4, 9 a.m., 101 Skinner Hall. Dissertation: “Needs of Patient’s Family in the Hospital Tele-Intensive...
The sidewalk in front of the ROTC building on Massachusetts Avenue has been temporarily closed for installation of new steam service into the building. The pedestrian detour will continue for approximately two weeks.
A mini-series of free workshops focused on food access and community food system resilience are being offered by the Stockbridge School of Agriculture, Amherst Survival Center, the Center for Human Development’s Not Bread Alone Soup Kitchen and the Hitchcock Center for the Environment, starting July 27.
Now in its eighth season, the UMass Amherst Student Farm in South Deerfield has taken a new direction and for the first time is growing summer crops to supply fresh, local produce to Big Y World Class Markets in Amherst and Northampton.