Internationally recognized climate scientist and Distinguished Professor Raymond S. Bradley at UMass Amherst has been elected an International Fellow in the Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences Division of the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) for “major contributions to our understanding of the nature and causes of climate change.”
The Isenberg School of Management’s undergraduate and master’s programs in accounting earned top spots in the recently released 2019 Public Accounting Report ranking. Both programs were ranked 4th in the Northeast in the regional rankings, while the undergraduate program was ranked 23rd and the master’s program was ranked 25th nationally.
Gov. Charlie Baker, in accordance with United States Public Law 107-89, has ordered that the United States flag and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts flag be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings on Wednesday, Sept. 11 in observance of Patriot Day, in honor of the individuals who lost their...
UMass Amherst ranks among the nation’s top public universities, climbing this year to No. 24 in the Best Colleges 2020 guide published by U.S. News & World Report. The Commonwealth’s flagship campus stands out as one of the most improved top-tier public universities in America.
The Graduate Dean invites all graduate faculty to attend the final oral examinations for the doctoral candidates scheduled as follows:
Samrat Sur, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Monday, Sept. 16, 10 a.m., 118 Kellogg Room, ELAB II Building. Dissertation: “Surface Driven Flows: Liquid...
As the fall semester gets underway, a number of construction and campus improvement projects are progressing. The Student Union renovation and Worcester Commons projects are taking steps toward completion, while the Campus Core Utilities Project and the improvement of recreational athletic fields have begun.
Ken Toong, executive director of auxiliary enterprises, will be a featured speaker during the exploratory seminar “Mediterranean Diet: Promotion and Dissemination of Healthy Eating,” on Monday, Sept. 16 at Harvard University.
“Fielding: Goldenrod, An Exploration of Connections,” curated by Emily Tareila, a 2019 master of fine arts graduate, is the first pop-up exhibition organized by the University Museum of Contemporary Art and the Natural History Collections.