UMass News and Events

UMASS News & Events

First-ever statewide groundwater model provides high-resolution look at how climate change affects water table in Massachusetts—and it needs your data.

The discovery of a new signaling pathway in immune cells may lay the foundation for drug-free, side-effect-free treatments for patients with aplastic anemia and other autoimmune disorders.

Process called carbonate buffering acts as a reserve for CO2 fluxes and makes it difficult to track where emissions come from.

Massachusetts will join the Mid-American Conference for the 2025-26 academic year.

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News & Media Relations

The Office of News and Media Relations works closely with journalists and the campus community to tell the UMass Amherst story. We gather and promote newsworthy developments about the achievements of faculty, staff and students; the university's programs and policies; research discoveries; and community outreach efforts. 

Our team provides a variety of services: news releases, social media, video, photography, Inside UMass newsletter, crisis communication and reputation management, promotion of faculty expertise, and interview preparation.

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