All friends of the late George Richason are invited to meet Saturday, June 13 at Amherst Golf Club, where George spent many a Saturday watching over the First Tee with a hat and stogie. There will be free barbecue and a cash bar.
Amber Davis, business manager in veterinary and animal sciences and a 2007 graduate in Judaic studies, raced up the sweltering stairwell of One World Trade Center in New York City on May 17 with 900 fellow competitors to raise money for service members catastrophically injured in war.
UMass Amherst recently announced its first Manning Inventor Fellowships, awarded to four research science entrepreneurs to help these creative and motivated graduate students and postdoctoral fellows commercialize discoveries made in campus laboratories.
The UMassGives online fundraising event successfully raised more than $108,000 for the flagship campus and boosted the number of alumni who donate to the university. Alumni, the largest group of supporters, made approximately 45 percent of the total gifts.
Jean F. Rogers, 90, of Northampton, an alumna and former adjunct faculty member in the School of Nursing, died at home May 8 after a long illness.
Born in Milton, she graduated from the Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing in 1947, having served as a member of the United States Public...
It was a coordinated effort over several days to prepare McGuirk Alumni Stadium for the UMass Amherst graduating Class of 2015, their families and friends. The crowd of 20,000 saw 5,500 bachelor’s degrees conferred and heard astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson deliver the commencement address.
The UMass Amherst Alumni Association will welcome alumni from around the world back to the Commonwealth’s flagship campus to reconnect with friends and expand their networks at Alumni Weekend 2015 on June 5-6.
Amilcar Shabazz, professor of Afro-American studies and faculty advisor to the chancellor for diversity and excellence, was a guest on Amherst Media’s “Difficult Dialogues” on May 6, discussing the Black Lives Matter movement and issues surrounding law enforcement, communities of...
Tyson reflected on the importance of education, the fleeting value of SAT scores, the need to challenge fellow citizens about faulty logic rather than blame the political leaders they elect, and the ultimate challenge of forging one’s own identity.