UMASS News & Events

A $7.75 million project to expand and modernize the UMass Amherst Cranberry Station, an important research facility for the commonwealth’s cranberry industry, was celebrated today with a construction celebration event at the station in East Wareham, Mass.

The main stage of the Randolph W. Bromery Center for the Arts on the campus of UMass Amherst will be named the Frederick C. Tillis Performance Hall in honor of the late director emeritus of the UMass Fine Arts Center.

New research unveils a process for counting the number of strength-enabling entanglements in glassy polymers—which are used widely in an enormous range of applications, from the windows in hyperbaric chambers and airplanes to water filtr

Kalpen Trivedi, the vice provost for global affairs and director of the International Programs Office at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has been named Senior International Officer of the Year by the Institute of International E

October 22

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Student Union

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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. 

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