Dean Joye Bowman and the HFA associate deans and department chairs welcomed a new cohort of faculty during its annual HFA New Faculty Reception on Sept. 18.
Caryn Brause, associate professor of architecture, has joined UMass ADVANCE as a Team Leader for 2023-24.
Hollywood’s ‘Oppenheimer’ Prompts DEFA Film Library to Make Documentary About Manhattan Project German Scientist Accessible to UMass Community
Lisa J. Green, Linguistics, Receives Ubora Award From the African Hall Committee of the Springfield Museums
Lisa J. Green, PhD'93, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Linguistics, has been named a recipient of the Ubora Youth Award for 2023.
David Mednicoff, chair of the Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, was recently interviewed on Morning Wave In Busan.
JNE Chair David Mednicoff Writes 'The Conversation' Essay on Israel's Contentious Judicial ‘Reform’ Becoming Law
David Mednicoff, chair of the Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, wrote an essay prominently featured on The Conversation.
History's Samuel J. Redman was interviewed for a Boston Globe article on a recently discovered conspiracy to sell human remains on a grisly illicit market.
Chris White, assistant professor of music theory, recently co-authored an Op-Ed for the Chicago Tribute calling for labels on creative content made by AI.
Lincoln Nemetz-Carlson has received a Fulbright award to Azerbaijan in academic year 2023-2024.
Afro-Am's Britt Rusert has been selected as one of the 2023-24 W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute Fellows.
Twelve University of Massachusetts Amherst students—five of which are from the College of Humanities & Fine Arts—have been awarded Fulbright grants for 2023-24.
Writing Program Launches Robust Web Resource for Faculty on ‘Teaching Writing in the Age of ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence
The UMass Amherst Writing Program has developed a robust web resource hub intended to help faculty and instructors as they teach writing amid AI technologies.