Julie Caswell, resource economics, is internationally known for her research on the economics of food safety and nutrition. Her many appointments to national food safety and nutrition boards richly attest to the importance of her work keeping consumers informed of the quality of the food they eat...
Jane Blankenship, 80, of Pelham, retired professor of communication and a nationally recognized scholar in political and contemporary rhetoric, died April 24 in the Holyoke VNA Hospice of complications from a 2008 car crash.
The graduate dean invites all graduate faculty to attend the final oral examinations for the doctoral cadidtes scheduled as follows:
Brian Creran, Ph.D., Chemistry. Tuesday, May 26, 2 p.m., 153 Goessmann. Dissertation: “Inkjet Printing for Biosensing and Security Applications.” Vincent...
The 164-foot radiotelescope atop Sierra la Negra is a collaboration between UMass Amherst and Mexico's Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica, Optica y Electronica. All photos by James Lowenthal, professor and chair of astronomy at Smith College and a member of the UMass Amherst graduate faculty.
UMass Amherst today announced Honors-to-Honors, a new scholarship program that provides additional funding to honors graduates of the state’s 15 community colleges who are accepted into the university’s Commonwealth Honors College, to help them complete their bachelor’s degrees.
UMass Amherst food science researcher Sam Nugen is one of two winners of the 2015 Future Leaders Award from the International Life Sciences Institute’s North America division, for developing methods of engineering viruses to rapidly detect and separate microbial contaminants from food.