Weekly Bulletin

As part of its commitment to lifelong learning, the Alumni Association this year is offering a series of group travel opportunities to sites in the U.S., Europe, Africa, the Near East and Latin America.

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The Kinesiology Department’s Muscle Physiology Laboratory is seeking women to participate in a study using state-of-the-art techniques to assess how aging affects the muscle and nervous systems and the effects of those changes on muscle function.   To be eligible, women should be non-smokers, ages...
The public is invited to join Astronomy professors Judith Young and Steve Schneider to witness sunrise and sunset associated with the summer solstice among the standing stones of the campus Sunwheel on Wednesday, June 20 at 5 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Rain cancels the events.    These Sunwheel events...
The Juniper Summer Writing Institute will host seven nights of poetry and fiction readings by acclaimed faculty and writers in residence from June 24-30.   All readings begin at 7:30 p.m. in 135 Integrated Sciences Building. Readings are open to the public for a suggested donation of $5-10.   The...
The graduate dean invites all graduate faculty to attend the final oral examinations for the doctoral candidates scheduled as follows: Chris Boulton, Ph.D., Communication. Monday, June 18, 10 a.m., 620 Thompson Hall. Dissertation: “Rebranding Diversity: Colorblind Racism Inside The U.S....
Campus Recreation is now offering summer community memberships proving access to the Recreation Center, Boyden and Totman pools and other facilities and services through Aug. 31 for $40 per person. No UMass affiliation is required. The Recreation Center will be closed July 23-27 for the...
Annual fire evacuation drills and testing of fire alarm systems will begin June 19 and will be conducted within university academic and administrative buildings through July 20. The program is being coordinated though a joint effort of Physical Plant and Environmental Health and Safety. Fire...
Site work and sidewalk construction at and around the New Laboratory Science Building is restricting doorways at the Integrated Sciences Building (ISB) through mid-June. Temporary sidewalks will be in place from Skinner Hall and the ISB to North Pleasant Street during construction. The entrance...
The Hadley Farm is again offering beef from its own pasture-raised Belted Galloways. The Student Run Belted Galloway Group has some ground meat available and there are a few steaks left, too. "It is very delicious," says the farm's Alice Newth, who can be contact for prices and to arrange pick-up...

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