Ray La Raja, assistant professor of Political Science, has been awarded two grants totaling about $200,000 by the Justice, Equality, Human Dignity and Tolerance (JEHT) Foundation to look at the potential impact of the Clean Elections law in Connecticut.
AMHERST, Mass. – Water-filtration systems made from common household items are among the activities that high school students will explore on Monday, Oct. 30 at this year’s Women in Engineering Career Day at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
AMHERST, Mass. – Cigarette butts are everywhere … little leftovers from someone’s smoke break, dropped and forgotten on walkways, in front of buildings and in the grass. But soon there’ll be a lot fewer of them on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus.
This year’s University of Massachusetts Amherst Community Campaign officially kicked off Oct. 18 with a luncheon for the drive’s leaders and departmental coordinators as well as representatives of service organizations and agencies.
The Université Montréal and the Goethe-Institut Montreal, in collaboration with the campus-based DEFA Film Library, held an international conference, “Cinema and Memory of the Other Germany,” from Oct. 19-21.
Experts from the Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention (CADAP) and School of Public Health and Health Sciences shared strategies for reducing high-risk behaviors at a conference held Oct. 19-22 in Arlington, Va.