R. Thomas Zoeller, biology, has won the Endocrine Society’s Laureate Award for Outstanding Public Service Award, with three others, for “public service to the field of endocrinology” and for “their citizenship, outreach and scientific leadership in the area of endocrine-...
All faculty and instructors are invited to the UMass Amherst University Club on Wednesday, April 20 at 3:45 p.m. for a creative teaching salon, an informal conversation on creative teaching and active learning.
Appetizers and soft drinks will be provided courtesy of UMass Dining. Come talk with...
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“The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism and Community,” a film that examines the challenges that climate change poses and highlights meaningful actions that can be taken by individuals and communities, will be shown...
In a study exploring the relationship between memory for specific past experiences and recovery from strong negative emotions, University of Massachusetts Amherst research psychologists report that episodic memory may be more important in helping midlife and older adults recover from a negative event than it is for younger adults.
For a second night, student protesters chose to occupy the Whitmore Administration Building despite a pledge from University of Massachusetts system leaders that they will support a policy that divests and prohibits direct investment in fossil fuel companies.
From July 11-15, the department of art at UMass Amherst is hosting a special, intensive summer course taught by renowned industrial hygienist Monona Rossol through the office of Continuing & Professional Education.
A doctoral student in kinesiology at UMass Amherst, Jennifer Blankenship, is looking for participants in a new study to determine what timing and type of daily exercise works best to control blood sugar in adults ages 35-75 with type 2 diabetes for at least six months, but who are not taking insulin.
UMass Amherst will once again host the Dose-Response Society’s international conference, this year on April 19-20 at the Campus Center, with the theme “Preconditioning: adaptive responses in biology in medicine.”