As part of International Education Week, the university is hosting events beginning Nov. 18 though 22 celebrating international exchange, the richness of cultures from around the world, education and community.
Andrew Best, a doctoral student in the department of anthropology, is trying to figure out why some people sweat more than others. Best’s research is focused on sweat gland density. He aims to see if the density is related to where people grew up, and if it affects the body’s...
Ten “green idea” projects around campus are underway, made possible with grants from the Sustainability, Innovation and Engagement Fund. Launched in 2013, the program aims to foster sustainability by financially supporting students, faculty and staff who propose projects to promote a greener campus.
This November, the Animation Club comes to the Libraries with a collection of collaborative exercises on display in the Science and Engineering Library in Lederle Lowrise and the W. E. B. Du Bois Library.
Staying at the Mount Ida campus allowed UMass Amherst student Ashley Rice the chance to do an internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, where she and fellow student Alyssa Devlin developed new skills and created career paths.
The Inaugural Nursing Ph.D. Symposium, held Tuesday, Oct. 29, gathered together a diverse consortium of scientists, community advocates, educators and entrepreneurs to explore the future of nursing and the role of nurse-scientists in promoting health, health equity and social justice.
College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) doctoral students Abhinav Jangda and Donald Pinckney, along with professors Arjun Guha and Yuriy Brun, have received an Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (SIGPLAN) 2019 Distinguished Paper Award.