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Joseph Krupczynski and Caryn Brause of the department of architecture have begun work on “Arrivals,” their winning proposal for the Mosher Street Underpass Art Project in Holyoke. The project, coordinated through the Center for Design Engagement (CDE), will transform a key gateway...
Rendering of ‘Arrivals’ Wall in Holyoke
Four faculty members have been awarded $56,800 in Public Service Endowment Grants by the vice chancellor for research and engagement. The awards are intended to enhance the public service mission of the campus by translating faculty and staff research for use that benefits community partners while...
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Cellist Astrid Schween of the department of music and dance since 2004, has been chosen to join the Juilliard String Quartet in September 2016.  Schween, who is the first woman to join the quartet, will also become a member of the faculty of the Juilliard School. She is replacing Joel...
Astrid Schween
Amherst campus faculty members are sharing nearly $931,000 in science and technology and creative economy grants announced June 3 by President Robert L. Caret. Describing faculty research and scholarship as work that “distinguishes us as a university and is essential to our quest for a...
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Kinesiology doctoral student Jocelyn Hafer has been awarded one of five American Society of Biomechanics (ASB) Grant-in-Aid Awards for 2015. Hafer received the award for a research proposal titled “The effect of age and physical activity status on inter-segment coordination.” The $2,...
Jocelyn Hafer

UMass Amherst Afro-American studies professors John H. Bracey Jr. and James Smethurst and poet Sonia Sanchez are scheduled to appear on the Tavis Smiley show on PBS on Thursday, May 28 to discuss their book, “SOS – Calling All Black People: A Black Arts Movement Reader.”

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David McLaughlin, electrical and chemical engineering, has been appointed associate dean for student affairs and administration in the College of Engineering, dean Tim Anderson announced May 19. McLaughlin earned his Ph.D. in engineering from UMass Amherst and spent 10 years on the faculty of...
David McLaughlin

The construction site fence will be reconfigured in the fall to reopen the pedestrian pathway immediately adjacent to the project on the western (Goodell) side.

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University of Massachusetts President-elect Martin T. Meehan visited the Amherst campus, took questions from students and discussed the promise and power of a four-year college education.

Construction will begin on Monday, May 11 on a series of solar canopies at the Robsham Visitors Center parking lot. Most of the lot will be fenced and closed for the duration of the project, which is scheduled for completion in December. The contractor for the South College Academic Facility project will be doing infrastructure work on the north side of Goodell Hall from May 11-18. The area will be fenced, and the small parking lot at the north side of Goodell will be temporarily closed. Pedestrian access to the north side of Goodell, as well as vehicle access to alternative and accessible parking in the area, will be maintained.

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Visitors Center parking area

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