Architecture Grad Student Lincoln Nemetz-Carlson Receives Fulbright Award
Lincoln Nemetz-Carlson has received a Fulbright award to Azerbaijan in academic year 2023-2024.
Afro-Am's Britt Rusert Named 2023-24 W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute Fellow
Afro-Am's Britt Rusert has been selected as one of the 2023-24 W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute Fellows.
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.
Three HFA Faculty Members Selected as 2023 Public Interest Technology Initiative Fellows
The UMass Amherst PIT Initiative has announced its 2023 Faculty Fellowship Program recipients, including three faculty members from HFA.
Assistant Professor of Classics Shannon LaFayette Hogue Lands ‘Hesperia’ Journal Cover Story
An article by Assistant Professor in the Department of Classics Shannon LaFayette Hogue, was the cover story for the newest issue of Hesperia.
Architecture Graduate Students Among MBMA Student Design Competition Award Winners
The MBMA has recently announced the winners of its second annual Student Design Competition, including two graduate students from UMass Amherst.
Lessons from a Whistleblower featuring History's Christian Appy
The archive of political activist Daniel Ellsberg offers researchers unparalleled access to some of the most critical issues facing American society.
New Book by Music Education Professor Lisa Lehmberg Examines Music’s Impact on Seniors
UMass Amherst Professor of Music Education Lisa Lehmberg’s newest book, Music, Senior Centers, and Quality of Life, was recently published.
LAB:SYNC Director Aston McCullough Presents Innovative Research at National HBCU Week Conference
Assistant Professor of Dance Science Aston K. McCullough recently presented on recently presented on research innovations in dance.
Public History Graduate Students Help Unveil New Voices in Old Rooms
Public history graduate students have been working on grant-funded projects focused on discovering the stories of marginalized folks excluded by history.
UMass Amherst Center for Philosophy and Children Receives $250,000 Grant to Support Programs for Underserved High School Students
Co-directors of the UMass Amherst Center for Philosophy and Children Julia Jorati and Ned Markosian have received a $250,000 grant from the Teagle Foundation.
Dean Barbara Krauthamer Discusses the True Story of 'Whipped Peter' with BBC, Slate
Barbara Krauthamer, a leading historian of U.S. slavery and emancipation, was interviewed by the BBC about the true story of 'Whipped Peter.'