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Each year, U.S. News ranks more than 800 institutions with a variety of graduate programs in six prominent fields: business, nursing, education, engineering, law and medicine. 

April 11, 2024
umass seal

DISCount, created at UMass Amherst, derived from two very different needs: Counts of damaged buildings in crisis zones and bird flock sizes.

April 11, 2024
CICS building with flowers

Discounted CSA shares will be available for UMass community members to purchase before May 1.

April 11, 2024
A harvest of carrots and beets from the student farm

Motivated by the principle that all people should have access to good food for good health, the School of Public Health and Health Sciences has cooked up a new offering for healthcare professionals as part of the 30th annual Chef Culinary Conference 2024, hosted by UMass Dining.

April 11, 2024
A salad in a heart-shaped bowl with a stethoscope

Program participants, alumni and state officials recently gathered at UMass Amherst for a a two-day event that featured a fireside chat, dinner and workshop to inspire careers in policy, politics and public leadership.

April 10, 2024
UWiL Founder and Executive Director Michelle Goncalves poses next to a UWiL sign at the UMass Women into Leadership 10th anniversary event

The Conti Fellowship acknowledges the high quality and importance of a faculty member’s accomplishments in research and creative activity at UMass Amherst and their potential for continuing excellence, particularly with respect to the project that they propose to undertake during the fellowship.

April 10, 2024
Kathleen Arcaro, Todd Emrick and Elizabeth Krause

Founders Day 2024 promises to be the most ambitious yet with more than 30 activities, tours, musical performances and open houses – as well as the traditional Campus Cookout.

April 10, 2024
Founders Day 2024 University of Massachusetts Amherst