Current Students

SBS Scholarships Enhanced Opportunities for Learning

Amanda Aziz '15 (political science) has taken advantage of many learning experiences, including an undergraduate research assistantship, thanks in part to a number of scholarships made possible by alumni gifts.

Rising Researcher Award Goes to Allison Masley ’15

This award, sponsored by the Vice Chancellors for University Relations and Research and Engagement, recognizes exceptional UMass Amherst undergraduate students who excel in research, scholarship, or creative activity. Allison Masley ’15 (anthropology/political science) is one of five students chosen as a recipient for the fall semester 2014.

Get Involved and Make Connections, Advises Senior

An SBS Internship Award made the experience at FRONTLINE PBS possible for Mitchell Scuzzarella ’15, who has been involved in a wide range of extracurricular activities and participated in multiple internships. He says, "Find something you’re passionate about and dive-in headfirst."

UMass Experiences Shape Senior’s Future

Mark Daly '15 (journalism), recipient of an SBS Internship Award that allowed him to work at the Lowell Spinners baseball team, says this and so many other UMass experiences have paved the way for a career in media relations.

Firsthand Experiences Shape Comm Major’s Worldview

Jasmine Abreu ’14 (communication) has involved herself in a myriad of campus activities, including participation in the first UMass Women into Leadership Conference.

Article by Investigative Journalism Students Featured in Boston Globe

A story by Eric Bosco '15 (journalism) and Kayla Marchetti '14 (communication/journalism), published on the front page of the Sunday Boston Globe on September 28, 2014, revealed circumstances surrounding the death of a UMass student due to an overdose of heroin.

Student Planners Begin Revitalization Plan in Athol

A group of graduate students in the Masters of Regional Planning program took a trip to Athol to work on community revitalization plans.

Through Internships, Students Embody CPPA's Mission Globally

In Bangladesh, China, and Washington, D.C., three students from the Center for Public Policy and Administration worked last summer to make the world a cleaner, safer and fairer place.

LARP Students in Planning Studios Complete Projects in Springfield

Teams of LARP graduate students develop plans for the Pioneer Valley Riverfront Club and Develop Springfield.

2014 Fulbright Goes to PhD Student for Icelandic Research

PhD student Alyssa Maraj Grahame (political science) has received a 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholarship to continue her dissertation research in Iceland. 

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