UMass Amherst is competing against 400 other universities and colleges in RecycleMania 2018. A national competition that runs from February 4-March 31 that helps colleges and universities advance campus recycling and waste reduction efforts.
In this non-credit course, students will learn career navigation skills such as resume and cover letter customization, interviewing techniques and how to connect professionally to promote career success.
February 5—February 26, 2018, Mondays 6:15 pm-8:15 pm This event does NOT occur on: February 19
Jackie Murray, assistant professor of classics in the modern and classical languages, literatures and cultures department at the University of Kentucky, speaks on “W.E.B. Du Bois’ Quest for the Silver Fleece: the Education of Black Medea.”
The Greater Boston Alumni Network invites UMass alumni and friends to cheer on the Boston Celtics as they take on the Memphis Grizzlies at TD Garden. After the game, we will head down to the court for a 20-minute shoot-around.
VaNatta S. Ford, an assistant professor of African studies at Williams College, addresses the practice of colorism in New Orleans and Black men’s interpretations and viewpoints of color references in Lil Wayne’s music.
The Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN) is going on a national tour where they are showcasing individuals and organizations who are challenging the linear consumption model from the point of extraction all the way to the site of disposal.
The UMass Amherst Libraries host “Of Our Spiritual Strivings: W.E.B. Du Bois at 150” in the W. E. B. Du Bois Library, both on the Lower Level and in Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA), on Floor 25.
March 1—August 22, 2018 This event does NOT occur on: May 13—August 19, Sundays, July 4
Collector Charles Derby will offer a tour of the exhibition "5 Takes on African Art / 42 Paintings" by Fred Wilson with personal anecdotes about his 40 years of collecting and acquiring the objects on display in this exhibition.
Founded by the University of Queensland, these popular competitions have become a global phenomenon and offer graduate students the opportunity to communicate the significance of their research to a general audience, all in three minutes or less.
Please join us for the inaugural Five College German Studies Undergraduate Research Symposium, featuring research presentations in German and English by undergraduate students from Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, and UMass Amherst.
The Five College Digital Humanities program welcomes University of Connecticut professor Tom Scheinfeldt for his lecture/workshop called 'Collaborative Creativity: What can art and design teach humanists about working together?'
UMass Amherst and the Mullins Center will be hosting Mullins Live!, a concert with 21 Savage, Goldlink and Big Sean, and featuring DJ Kai Kai. This event is free and open only to UMass Amherst students.