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With 110 undergraduate majors and 127 graduate programs offered on campus and online, there are hundreds of opportunities to pursue your passion at UMass Amherst. Study on campus or take advantage of a wide array of flexible and innovative learning options.
The Art of Leaning In
As a UMass Amherst student, David Korins '99 sought out all possible opportunities to hone his craft and say "yes." Now, his unique style of experiential storytelling helps bring to life acclaimed productions such as Broadway's Hamilton and the new Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience.
Take Charge. Stay Curious.
Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, English professor and Paul Murray Kendall Chair in Biography, has dedicated her career to illuminating the lives of others. Her work, which is both exacting and visionary, brings to light unknown facets of the lives of well-known figures as well as the lives of those overlooked by history.
News and Events
Craig Martin, professor of chemistry at UMass Amherst, will lead a team that will spend the next three years developing a process that can deliver the quantity and quality of messenger RNA (mRNA) demanded by a new class of medicines.
A new study conducted by Baystate Medical Center and UMass Amherst strengthens the case for providing agonist medications in jail.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is completely enmeshed in our daily lives, a network of connected laptops, phones, cars, fitness trackers—even smart toasters and refrigerators—that are increasingly able to make decisions on their own.
Jianhan Chen, a UMass Amherst chemistry and biochemistry and molecular biology professor, has received a five-year, $2 million National Institutes of Health grant to support research in his computational biophysics lab.