Current Students

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. 

NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Go to Six UMass Social Scientists

Of UMass's ten NSF Graduate Research Fellowship recipients, six are in the Social Sciences, though not all are part of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Going Places and Telling Stories Sum Up Senior’s Dream

Dan Peltier ’14 (journalism/political science) is finding ways to combine his interest in travel with his love of writing.

UMass Basketball Star First Openly Gay D-1 Player

Derrick Gordon '15 (sociology) stepped forward on April 9 as the first openly gay player in Division I men's college basketball and shared his story with ESPN and Outsports.

Student's Internships Are "Win-Win"

Kabir Thatte ’16 (political science) knows the value of internships. Although he is only a sophomore, he has already interned with Congressman Joe Kennedy III, Joe Kennedy for Congress, the Town of Medfield, and the United States Department of the Treasury in Washington, D.C.

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