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Six students from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture who interned this summer with Physical Plant’s Landscape Management unit created an herb spiral planting area near the Isenberg School of Management. “In the beginning of the intern program, the herb spiral was one of the ideas...

The Minutemen play Colorado at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 3 p.m. in a  game hosted by the College of Natural Sciences and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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After being displaced two years ago by the impending construction of the new Integrative Learning Center, the iconic statue of Native American Metawampe was placed in its new permanent home on Aug. 27.

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Residential Life is again using a centralized check-in system that employs reservation times for arriving students moving into campus housing, according to Sarah Rastallis, Residence Hall Services manager. The reservation system is a key component of move-in because it staggers arrivals to campus...

Five UMass students, including one from UMass Amherst, are the inaugural recipients of James J. Karam Scholarships.

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Professor Daniel Gordon of the history department has been reappointed interim dean of Commonwealth Honors College, effective Sept. 1, according to Provost James V. Staros. Gordon became interim dean last year after the death of dean Priscilla Clarkson, just days before the opening of the...
The Taiwan Ministry of Culture has awarded Five Colleges, Incorporated a $50,000 grant to celebrate traditional Taiwanese culture in a project that will bring three performance troupes to the area. Coordinated by the Fine Arts Center Asian Arts and Culture Program, over the next 18 months a world...
The Center for Teaching and Faculty Development (CTFD) and Office of Civic Engagement and Service-Learning (CESL) have been awarded a $5,000 Contemplative Pedagogy and Teaching and Learning Center Grant from the Center for Contemplative Mind. The grant is intended to support the use of...
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...
Faculty members from geosciences, biochemistry and chemical engineering are among the recipients of $856,000 in grants from the President’s Science and Technology Initiatives Fund, which supports promising research projects. Announced July 14 by President Robert L. Caret, the grants help...

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