Brigham-Grette and her co-author highlight the importance of the cryosphere (Earth’s ice sheets, sea ice, permafrost, polar oceans, glaciers, and snow).
In its eighth consecutive year on the list, the university has jumped 10 spots—solidifying its place as a sustainability leader in higher education.
Learning from the trees: the century-old teachers on campus
Facility plays key role in supporting vital Massachusetts agricultural industry through research and collaborations with growers
Learn about Prakash's time at UMass and her role in the successful Divest UMass campaign
Director of the Building and Construction Technology program is the lead author of a new book
Students and professors in the Building and Construction Technology program created the HyggeHaus, as a stage and a model of sustainable living
Hydroponic farming grows plants without soil
The Department of Energy Resources recognized efforts to promote sustainability
Sierra Club ranked UMass No. 18 on its list of North America’s greenest colleges and universities
UMass Amherst breakthrough research provides platform for interactive soft materials
Students get to plant, grow, and harvest crops ranging from tomatoes to watermelon, garlic to kale. Fall CSA shares are available now