Want to take an enriching, exciting, out-of-the-ordinary general education course dedicated to civil service? Take SRVCLRNG 293H!
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences presents "The Public’s Love/Hate Relationship with Epidemiology: The Burden of Being Relevant”—a talk by Dr. David A. Savitz
The 2020 NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition an international event in which students hone their skills in policy development, negotiation, and critical thinking using real-world data to address a hypothetical but realistic situation.
The theme of this year’s competition is sustainable cities, with a focus on transportation policy, and will take place on January 25, 2020 on campus.
Applications close on December 17, 2019, so apply today!
As part of our 20th Anniversary Black History Month celebration, we are pleased to present Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Writer, Historian, and Lecturer, who will examine the irreconcilable tension between the concept of freedom and the institution of slavery as illustrated through the life story of Ona Judge.
The UMass Oxford Summer Seminar is a six-week Study Abroad Program at Trinity College (part of Oxford University) in Oxford, England. The seminar offers classes in English, History, Communication, Psychology, Art History, Law, Economics, and Marketing!
The Udall Scholarship is a funded opportunity for sophomores and juniors committed to careers related to the environment, tribal public policy, or Native American health care.