Thakshala Tissera has been selected as a finalist in the Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition
Students are invited to submit to "Jabberwocky," the official, student-run undergraduate literary journal of the English Department, now through March 8.
Associate Professor of German Ela Gezen to Deliver Keynote on "Cultures of/in Migration: Turkish Artists in West Berlin"
Ela Gezen, associate professor of German, will deliver the keynote lecture for German Studies at this year's Northeast Modern Language Association conference.
A solo exhibition by Robin Mandel, Associate Professor in the Department of Art at the University of Massachusetts.
Provost professor of art history Charmaine Nelson profiles 19th-century sculptor Mary Edmonia Lewis: a tenacious artist often overlooked by art history.
HFA Celebrates Black History Month with Powerful Reading of Frederick Douglass's Influential Address
To commemorate Black History Month, the College of Humanities & Fine Arts (HFA) recently hosted Reading Frederick Douglass Together.
An exhibit catalogue co-authored by Department of History of Art and Architecture Julie J. Thomson '07 recently made Artforum's Artforum's prestigious Top 10 o
Artist and Professor Shona Macdonald Receives Fellowship at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
Professor of Art Shona Macdonald has been offered a fellowship at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts.
Qeanu Smith, senior music education and saxophone performance major, recently made history when she became the first Black drum major for UMMB.
The Arts Extension Service (AES) will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a hybrid event on Thursday, March 28, from 3:45-6 p.m. in Old Chapel and on Zoom.
Hispanic Linguistics PhD Student Claudia Matachana is Breaking Down Language Barriers through Research
Claudia Matachana, PhD student in Hispanic linguistics, researches language beliefs and discrimination as experienced by young Puerto Rican Spanish speakers.