A comprehensive survey of all existing administrative, academic, research and storage space on campus is under way and will continue through February, according to Jim Cahill, director of Facilities and Campus Planning.
AMHERST, Mass. – UMass Amherst geologists recently led 20 deaf high school students and their teachers from around the country on an exploration of ancient and active geologic faults in central Utah. Michele Cooke, a UMass Amherst geologist, coordinates the field trips, which utilize the deaf students’ exceptional observation and strong spatial-thinking skills.
AMHERST, Mass. – The civil and environmental engineering department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is offering a three-credit graduate course July 11-15 to help primary and secondary school teachers improve their knowledge of science and engineering and develop hands-on classroom activities for their students.