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...
Three Isenberg students won UMass Amherst’s Hult Prize contest, hosted by the Berthiaume Center for Entrepreneurship, will advance to the regional competition this spring with a sticker that can detect whether food has spoiled.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI) will be continuing the Learning Communities initiative for a fourth consecutive semester this spring. Learning Communities are based on two books carefully chosen to foster constructive conversations around the topics of inclusion, bias, empathy, understanding and respect.
The Graduate School’s Office of Professional Development is hosting a public speaking workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 16 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the Integrated Learning Center S240. The event will feature Jake Livengood, senior assistant director of graduate student career services at MIT.
Three kinesiology students received awards and scholarships during the annual New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Fall Conference held in Providence, Rhode Island this past November.
Three undergraduates in biology professor Peg Riley’s lab were recently selected to advance to the regional finals for the Hult Prize, the largest student start-up program in the world for early stage social start-up ventures. It recognizes “game-changing social entrepreneurs,” the organizers say.
Four undergraduates have received the Pfizer Award from the Society of Toxicology, which will support their registration, lodging, ground transportation, food and travel to the society’s annual meeting in March in Anaheim, California. Each of the 21 national winners will present their honors thesis research at the conference.