Richard Randall, professor of Music Theory in the Department of Music and Dance, will give a lecture titled “Comparing Tonal Models” on Thursday, April 14 at 12:20 p.m. in Bezanson Recital Hall. The lecture was originally scheduled for March 3.
Lynn Klock, professor of saxophone in the Department of Music and Dance, will perform in concert on Thursday, April 14 at 8 p.m. in Bezanson Recital Hall. For the concert, Klock has selected an array of works that feature an eclectic mix of compositional styles and instrumental combinations.
The Department of Music and Dance is auctioning off the opportunity to conduct “Stars and Stripes Forever” at the Second Annual UMass Amherst Pops Gala, which will take place on Saturday, May 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Auditorium.
Robert A. Hill, professor in the department of history and African studies at UCLA, will give a talk on “The Enduring Greatness of the ''Souls of Black Folks''” on Monday, April 11 at 4:30 p.m. in 904-08 Campus Center.
Margaret Hunt, professor of history and women’s and gender studies at Amherst College, will present the Five Colleges’ Jackie M. Pritzen Lecture on Tuesday, April 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the Cole Assembly Room, Converse Hall, Amherst College.
Faculty and students now have seamless and secure connections between UMass Libraries course materials (formerly known as course reserves) and the Moodle or Blackboard learning management systems, providing single-click access to articles, book chapters and streaming media.
As always, students do...
UMass Police officers on Aug. 24 received six hours of diversity training aimed at improving their interactions with all people through effective communication and respect.
Led by Lee Struble and Steve Grant of WSM Trainers and Consultants of Spencerport, N.Y., the training session touched on a...
New England Public Radio has hired reporter Adam Frenier to staff its new Berkshire bureau in downtown Pittsfield. The bureau is a partnership with Berkshire Community College and is located in the college’s office space at the Central Station Business Resource Center at 66 Allen St. in Pittsfield...
Lisa Wexler, associate professor of community health education in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, was recently spotlighted on “Public Health Minute,” a public radio segment sponsored by the Lehman School of Health Sciences, Human Services and Nursing, City University of New York.
Agnes Francis Mary (Gubbins) Sullivan, 98, a former stenographer in mathematics and statistics, died April 25 in Bunnell, Fla.
Born in 1916 in Annsville, N.Y., she was the widow of John A. Sullivan.
She is survived by...
Merle Evelyn Thornton Bacon, 102, of Hadley, a longtime employee of veterinary and animal sciences, died Aug. 21 at the Fisher Home in Amherst.
Born in 1913 in Pelham, she was the widow of Carlton Bacon.