This month, for the first time, students at the UMass Amherst Student Farm in South Deerfield are harvesting summer crops to supply fresh, local produce to Big Y World Class Markets in Amherst and Northampton.
Students doing summer research projects at the College of Engineering are hosting a poster session to showcase their work on Friday, Aug. 1 from 10 a.m. to noon in 1009 Campus Center. The event is free and open to the public.
BOSTON – The University of Massachusetts will enhance its presence in downtown Boston by offering a range of academic programs at One Beacon Street as of January 2016, when an academic center is created and the UMass Club and some UMass administrative offices move to the downtown office building.
The University Without Walls is hosting its second annual Social Justice Residency from Aug. 1-3 to give UWW students the opportunity to network and think creatively about how to foster social justice in their communities. More than 30 online adult students from as far away as California will be...
It was a year full of medalists, record breakers, achievements and accomplishments for club sports as some students qualified for collegiate national championships and others traveled abroad to compete internationally, according to Annmarie Seifert, associate vice chancellor for student development...
As a reorganization of Student Affairs and Campus Life moves forward, Vice Chancellor Enku Gelaye recently announced some staffing changes for the new academic year aimed at supporting various components of the restructuring effort.
The new organizational plan, which creates several clusters of...
UMass President Robert L. Caret commended the Massachusetts House and Senate for approving a major funding increase for the UMass system, funding sufficient for a second consecutive tuition and mandatory fee freeze for in-state undergraduate students.
The Civic Engagement and Service-Learning program at UMass Amherst has honored 14 students with the Academic Engagement for Community Transformation Award for “outstanding leadership, academic excellence, and contributions to a campus/community partnership.”
DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees today froze 2014-2015 tuition and mandatory fees for in-state undergraduate students, unanimously approving the first back-to-back freeze in recent UMass history.