Assistant Professor Carey Clouse (landscape architecture and regional planning) had a summer of community-based design engagement addressing climate change adaptation in Northern India, with support from SBS through the faculty research grant program.
From Amherst, to Chestnut Hill, to Newton, to Cape Town, South Africa, Eliza Shirazi '13 (communication) is spreading her love of movement and music through cardio kickboxing and a Pilates dance based class.
Tickets now on sale for Oct. 25 Stand for UMass: The Concert, featuring the University Orchestra, Minuteman Marching Band, Chamber Choir, Wind Ensemble, Saxophone Quartet, Jazz Ensemble and the UMass Dancers.
The cover story in the September/October issue of Mother Jones features the research paper published in April by Thomas Herndon, Michael Ash, Robert Polli. Their work disputes the 2010 Reinhart-Rogoff study calling for austerity measures as a fix for the economy.
Develop Springfield team (l to r). Front: Karl Allen '82 (computer science), MS '13 (resource economics), MRP '16; Sarah Spencer '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; Stacy Wasserman '05 (women's studies), MRP '15; and Jay Minkarah, executive director, Develop Springfield; Back: Gregory Lewis MRP '15; John "Jay" Rosa MRP '15; Calliope Bosen '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; Caitlin Michniewicz '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; Alexander Mello '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; and Mark Berube MRP '15.