Krista Harper, assistant professor of Anthropology and Public Policy, was recently invited by the U.S. State Department to help prepare Ambassador April Foley for her posting in Hungary.
Several faculty members have been invited to attend the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit at the Microsoft Conference Center being held July 16-18 in Redmond, Wash.
The Controller''s Office will move from 405 Goodell to 604 Goodell effective July 24 while maintenance work is completed.
The graduate dean invites all graduate faculty to attend the final oral examinations for the doctoral candidates scheduled as follows:
Researchers at Energy Metabolism Lab in the Department of Kinesiology are seeking test subjects for a study of exercise and the drug metaformin to reduce the risk of Type-2 diabetes.
Earl Francis Tetreault, 79, of Gill, a retired maintenance equipment operator at Physical Plant, died July 13 in Greenfield following a lengthy illness.
AMHERST, Mass. – Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst are seeking test subjects for a study on the relationship between exercise and diabetes.
“Tropical Fish: Stories out of Entebbe,” written by Doreen Baingana and published last year by the University of Massachusetts Press, is one of three debut fiction works nominated for a Hurston/Wright Legacy Award.
Legislators voted July 13 to override Gov. W. Mitt Romney''s veto of $200,000 to match industry grants to the Food Science Department.
A day after her resignation as women''s lacrosse was announced, Carrie Bolduc was named the new head coach at Farmingdale State University on Long Island.