CoachUp, the nation’s leading private coaching provider, has relocated its headquarters to the innovation and collaboration space on the Mount Ida Campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Staying at the Mount Ida campus allowed UMass Amherst student Ashley Rice the chance to do an internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, where she and fellow student Alyssa Devlin developed new skills and created career paths.

Jeff Cournoyer, vice president for communications in the University of Massachusetts system office, has been appointed managing director of the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst by Chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy.

UMass Amherst has arranged a membership program with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, providing free access to one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world. Effective immediately, students (undergraduate, graduate and continuing education), faculty and staff on the Amherst and Mount Ida campuses with a valid ID will have free admission to the museum.

Kathryn Ellis has been named director of the Innovation Institute (UMII) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and will head offices in Amherst and at the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst in Newton. Ellis will begin on July 29.

Along with announcing Ellis, Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement Mike Malone also announced that UMII will expand to the Mount Ida Campus of UMass Amherst, providing a direct link to innovative companies in the area looking to tap in to state-of-the-art facilities on the UMass Amherst campus, world class researchers affiliated with those facilities, as well as providing internship opportunities for students with Boston-based companies.

Helping companies connect with highly qualified UMass Amherst students seeking internships, cooperative education positions (co-ops) in the Newton, Needham and greater Boston areas.

UMass Amherst Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy introduces a new hub for experiential learning.

An interview with Deputy Chancellor and Chief Planning Officer Steve Goodwin.

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This fall, about 150 veterinary technology program students, who previously attended the now-closed Mount Ida College, are continuing their studies in Newton.