The University of Massachusetts Amherst today released an updated report on off-campus violations of the Code of Student Conduct, showing a 63 percent decline in overall incidents from fall 2013 to fall 2014.
Hind Mari, director of the Women of Color Leadership Network at the Center for Women and Community, has been selected as one of the two recipients of the Wise Woman Award given by the American College Personnel Association’s Standing Committee for Women.
She was selected for her...
Work by UMass Amherst physicists Andrea Pocar, Laura Cadonati and doctoral student Keith Otis, with other researchers on the Borexino experiment who reported this year that they accomplished the first detection of neutrinos from the main nuclear reaction powering the sun, has been named one of the “Top Ten Breakthroughs of 2014” by editors and reporters at Physics World magazine.
Three doctoral students at UMass Amherst have received Eugene M. Isenberg Scholar Awards. The students, Yueran Zhuo and David Agogo from the Isenberg School of Management’s operations and information management department, and Cole Fitzpatrick from the College of Engineering’s civil and environmental engineering department, each received $10,000.
The UMass Doo Wop Shop, a 10-member, male a cappella group, will perform at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Thursday, Dec. 18. The group will perform a selection of holiday songs prior to the 8 p.m. performance of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
According to the group’s...
Students Allison Masley, Shayna Nolan, Curtis Owen, D’Andre Quinerly and Amanda Rutherford are the recipients of the fall 2014 Rising Researcher award. Rising Researchers are promising undergraduates whose leadership and accomplishments demonstrate excellence in their chosen field.
The New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (NEACSM) awarded kinesiology doctoral candidate Amanda Hickey its David N. Camaione doctoral student award during the group’s annual conference held Nov. 13-14 in Providence.
The criteria for the $1,000 award are academic...
Christo Brand, a former prison guard at South Africa’s Robben Island and author of “Mandela: My Prisoner, My Friend,” will speak at UMass Amherst on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 1 p.m. at the Commonwealth Honors College Events Hall.