Graduate programs in education, engineering, nursing, management, computer sciences, public health, fine arts and public policy are nationally ranked in the latest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”
The Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst is ranked No. 9 in the Financial Times ranking of all online MBA programs worldwide. This is the second time Isenberg has been ranked by the Financial Times, up from the No. 11 position in 2015. The Isenberg Online MBA has also recently been ranked No. 12 by U.S. News & World Report 2016.
Distinguished Professor Vincent Rotello, chemistry, is one of two outstanding Cottrell Scholars recently named as 2016 recipients of the Resource Corporation for Science Advancement’s (RCSA) TREE Award for Transformational Research and Excellence in Education. It is intended to recognize and...
A study by Business First places UMass Amherst in 44th place among 477 four-year, public colleges and universities in the U.S., based on 20 indicators of academic excellence, prestige, affordability, diversity and economic strength.
Nominations for 2016 Chancellor’s Citation Awards, which recognize outstanding work performance by classified and professional staff, must be submitted by Monday, Feb. 29.
Members of the campus community may nominate any exempt or non-exempt staff member who has demonstrated outstanding...
Susan Krauss Whitbourne, professor of psychological and brain sciences, has been elected president of the Eastern Psychological Association, the largest regional psychological association in the United States.