Celebrating the 50th anniversary the establishment of its graduate program in the 1963-64 academic year and its new designation in June as a school by the Board of Trustees, the School of Computer Science is hosting a three-day series of events for students, alumni and the campus community on “Broadening the Impact of Computing.”
College of Engineering alumnus Eric A. Swanson will present the 14th annual Tang Lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 4 p.m. in 1009 Campus Center.
The first part of his talk, titled “Startup Stories: Personal Observations and Other Comments,” will be a simple overview of...
Alumni, students and the community are invited to participate in Homecoming as the state’s flagship campus celebrates its sesquicentennial from Oct. 16-26.
In Amherst, Homecoming events include the Multiband Pops musical extravaganza; the UMass Iron Chef competition, pitting campus...
The College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst will host Pat Griffin, a national LGBTQ and athletics educator, activist, professor emerita and alumna of the college, for a talk on “The Changing Sports Climate for LGBTQ Athletes and Coaches: Successes and Challenges” on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 4:30 p.m. in Mark’s Meadow Auditorium at the College of Education, 813 N. Pleasant St., Amherst.
Hundreds of UMass Amherst students will join university alumni, faculty and staff to volunteer for nearly 40 community service initiatives throughout the Pioneer Valley for the second annual Mass Impact Day of Service on Saturday, Sept. 28.
The UMass Minutemen football team will host its first Southeastern Conference opponent in front of a national television audience this Saturday, Sept. 21, as it takes on the Vanderbilt University Commodores at Gillette Stadium at noon EDT, in a game that will be broadcast live on ESPNews.
A full day of activities, food, music, and alumni celebrations awaits UMass Amherst alumni and Minutemen football fans at Gillette Stadium this Saturday, Sept. 7, when the Minutemen kickoff their 2013 home campaign against Maine at 2 p.m.
Alumni and the campus community are invited to attend a talk on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks by alumnus Kenneth R. Feinberg, legal arbitrator for the aftermath of some of the worst tragedies in recent American history including the One Fund Boston for marathon bombing victims.