“The Baby Boomers Guide to the New Workplace,” a new book by Richard Fein, director of undergraduate placement in the Isenberg School of Management, offers advice to a generation of Americans who are retired or nearing retirement age.
Political Science professor Peter M. Haas is the co-author of the newly published “Global Environmental Governance,” part of a new Foundations of Contemporary Environmental Studies series by Island Press.
AMHERST, Mass. – The University of Massachusetts Amherst will continue its emphasis on promoting healthy food options by hosting this year’s 12th annual “Tastes of the World” Chef Culinary Conference on healthy food and flavor. The international gathering of campus food professionals will be held June 5-9 in the Campus Center and Hampshire Dining Commons, and includes a presentation by renowned chef Jacques Pepin.
Research that could result in substantial fuel savings for ships and submarines has garnered $300,000 over three years for Jonathan Rothstein, assistant professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.
David M. Mednicoff, assistant professor in the Center for Public Policy and Administration and the Department of Legal Studies, will spend the 2006-07 academic year in Doha, Qatar under a research and teaching grant from the Fulbright Scholars program.
Research that could result in substantial fuel savings for ships and submarines has garnered $300,000 over three years for University of Massachusetts Amherst engineer Jonathan Rothstein. The Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award will support Rothstein’s investigations of drag and how to reduce it.
AMHERST, Mass. – David M. Mednicoff, assistant professor in the Center for Public Policy and Administration and the department of legal studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, will spend the academic year of 2006-07 in Doha, Qatar thanks to a research and teaching grant from the Fulbright Scholars program.
AMHERST, Mass. – Citing the dramatic success of the new Learning Commons at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Microsoft Corp. today announced a grant of nearly $600,000 in software to support an expansion of the facility in the W.E.B. Du Bois Library.