AMHERST, Mass. - There’s no way to get rid of the daily annoyance of the shower curtain billowing in and sticking to an exposed body part, but there’s now a way to explain the phenomenon, thanks to a researcher at the University of Massachusetts.
AMHERST, Mass. - In an age when the pressure of modern life and a changing workplace can seem overwhelming, a new book co-authored by University of Massachusetts business experts, "The Wisdom of Solomon at Work," looks to the Old Testament for answers to the questions, "Does what I do make a difference?" "What is my legacy?" and, "How do I reconcile the bottom-line orientation at work with my spiritual and ethical values?"
AMHERST, Mass. - The University of Massachusetts has received the final go-ahead from the Massachusetts Highway Department for the design and implementation of a Regional Traveler Information Center (RTIC), the last step in securing more than $791,000 in federal funding for the project.
AMHERST, Mass. - A consortium that includes faculty at the University of Massachusetts and the private, non-profit Institute for Training and Development in Amherst, is developing a civic education curriculum for students in secondary schools in Romania under a two-year, $293,655 grant from the U.S. Department of State.
PASADENA, Calif. – Astronomers presented a new view of the "nearby" universe, probing the way that galaxies cluster together over distances of hundreds of millions of light years, at today’s meeting of the American Astronomical Society being held in Pasadena, Calif.
AMHERST, Mass. - Eight faculty members and one graduate student from the University of Massachusetts will travel to Russia on June 8 for a two-week mission to Yaroslav-the-wise Novgorod State University, the Pskov Center for Regional Planning, and St. Petersberg State Technical University.
AMHERST, Mass. - Paul J. Godfrey, director of the Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) at the University of Massachusetts, sees no appreciable change in damage from acid rain in the last decade to the state’s lakes, ponds, and reservoirs, according to data collected in a statewide survey conducted on Earth Day, April 22.
AMHERST, Mass. - University of Massachusetts Professor Lisa Pike Masteralexis was part of the legal team that successfully argued before the U.S. Supreme Court that professional golfer Casey Martin should be allowed to use a golf cart while playing on the Professional Golfer’s Association (PGA) tour. The court ruled 7-2 today, May 29, in Martin’s favor.
AMHERST, Mass. - Nicholas K. Bromell, associate professor of English at the University of Massachusetts, will spend spring semester 2002, in Greece as a Fulbright Scholar. Bromell will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in American studies at Aristotle University in Thessalonika, Greece, focusing on American popular culture.
AMHERST, Mass. - A team of researchers led by Sigfrid Yngvesson, professor of electrical engineering at the UMass, has received three federal grants totaling more than $1.79 million to build and improve a receiver that can detect the presence of nitrogen plus, one of our galaxy''s basic components.