The team won an Accelerating Research Translation (ART) award from the U.S. National Science Foundation.
Mathematics and Statistics' Panos Kevrekidis Elected to European Academy of Sciences and Arts for Work on Nonlinear Waves
Hammer Time: how Students, Faculty, Local Businesses and Holyoke’s Community Development Corporation are Teaming up to Fight the Housing Crisis
The DesignBuild class seeks to bridge this gap between the builders and designers with a two-semester sequence.
CNS Career Center and Project Onramp Drive Paid Internship Opportunities for UMass Pell Grant Recipients
Opportunities to help all students combine their in-class academics with the real world to give them career experience to pursue their next step for careers
U.S. Census Bureau Recruits UMass Icons Program Students to work on Equitable Access to Electrical Power
Students from UMass Amherst’s Integrated Concentration in STEM (iCons) Program were recruited by the U.S. Census Bureau’s The Opportunity Project (TOP)
Biogeochemistry sounds like the hardest triple-major to which one could be subjected. But to Hannah Naughton it’s the only logical way to account for how envir
The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees conferred the title of Distinguished Professor on Stockbridge Director and Professor Baoshan Xing.
The Sloan Student Fellows Program is a research-mentoring program welcoming Black, Latine/Hispanic and Indigenous (BLI) undergraduate students at UMass Amherst
Alexander Schreyer’s Leading Guide to Sketchup for Architectural Design now Available in its Third Edition
“I updated this book thoroughly for the latest versions of SketchUp, and it now includes more than fifty easy-to-follow tutorials,” said Schreyer.
Nine faculty members across the UMass Amherst campus have been named the recipients of National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER awards.
Western Massachusetts Economic Development Council Joins the UMass Amherst icons Industry Consortium to Enhance Local economy Through Internships
The Western Massachusetts EDC and the UMass Amherst iCons Program are paving the way for talented students to excel in their academic and professional pursuits.
Federal grant will provide $10,000 per year to help lower educational barriers for underrepresented college students; application window open until April 1