UMass researchers using AI to translate books into 20+ languages
Artress Bethany White ’86 explains how diverse narratives can forge connections
Rectifying stereotypes in a post-9/11 world
Kristyn Shea ’06 shares her journey from student to top teacher
Three experts weigh in on healthy relationships post-COVID
One alumna’s struggle with impostor syndrome and her tips to overcome it
A theater project asks us to reimagine high-stakes testing
INQUIRING MINDS: A student uses her voice to speak for those who can’t
INQUIRING MINDS: ‘The items left behind by migrants tell a story’
Research on killer robots, Genghis Khan, megabugs, and bendy straws.
The northern pike is a twitchy fish—when startled it changes direction incredibly quickly.
New research includes the motherhood penalty, evolution of sweat, food poisoning prevention.
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