The Faculty Senate voted Dec. 15 to approve two new, three-credit graduate courses, Civil and Environmental Engineering 778, “Drinking Water Indicator Organism and Pathogen Microbiology,” and Political Science 750, “Research Design.”
The women''s rowing team named its newest boat after longtime supporter Alice Bishko, clerical staffer in Languages, Literatures and Cultures, during the Dec. 10 hockey game versus Boston University at the Mullins Center.
A protein known for being a mover and shaker in the cellular community seems to have a hand in how nerve cells form their connections to muscles, according to a recently published study by University scientists.
AMHERST, Mass. – U.S. Marines from Westover Air Reserve Base will pick up donated toys for the Toys for Tots campaign on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m. at the first-floor loading dock of the Physical Plant building.