Scott Jackson, extension associate professor in the department of environmental conservation and Charlie Schweik, professor at the School of Public Policy and the department of environmental conservation, have received a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Physical Plant Landscape and Construction Services staff have been working with Michael Smith, program director with the UMass Transportation Center, on introducing the use of salt brine as a roadways anti-icing agent.
Shawn Shimpach, associate professor of communication and director of the Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival, has edited a new collection of television studies scholarship, “The Routledge Companion to Global Television.”
To provide the campus with a robust set of tools to better inform decision-making, the new office of University Analytics and Institutional Research (UAIR) has developed Flagship Analytics, a set of data dashboards available to all faculty and staff.
An interview with Steven Tracy, Distinguished Professor of Afro-American Studies and Distinguished Overseas Professor at Central China Normal University, has been featured in the Chinese journal, “Shandong Foreign Language Teaching.”
Five Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning (LARP) students were recently awarded the Jury Price in the 2020 Edmund N. Bacon Urban Design Awards Student Competition. The interdisciplinary team of graduate students was one of four winning teams out of 2500 registered teams from all over the world.
Joel Wolfe, professor of history presented “Globalization under Paleo-Liberalism: The Western Hemisphere in the 1920s” on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at the Edinburgh Centre for Global History at Edinburgh University.
The graduate dean invites all graduate faculty to attend the final oral examinations for the doctoral candidates scheduled as follows:
Ryan Ambuter, Ph.D., College of Education, Monday, Jan. 27, 11 a.m., N125 Furcolo. Dissertation: “In Our Very Flesh, (R)evolution”: An Exploration...