After welcoming students back to campus, Chancellor Javier Reyes has embarked on his tenure as the leader of Massachusetts' flagship campus. The first Hispanic chancellor in university history, Reyes possesses "immense appreciation for the transformative power of public land-grant universities," born of his own lived experiences.
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Chancellor Reyes was among a select group of higher education leaders invited to speak at the White House event, hosted by Neera Tanden, White House domestic policy advisor, and Miguel Cardona, secretary of education.
Called a “Paper House,” the modular, 500-square-foot, high-performance, net zero, low carbon house is designed and built by the students in the UMass DesignBuild class.
rStream, founded by UMass Amherst engineering graduates, uses innovations in computer vision and data science to clean up the waste stream.
The archive of 2,500-3,000 glass plate negatives was gifted to local photographer and UMass alumna Terri Cappucci in July 2019 and was donated to the Robert S. Cox Special Collections and University Archives Research Center in July 2023.